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The tradition-embracing American South has become a vital new borderland in the era of modem globalization. The diverse, growing, and vital Latino immigrant population newly arrived in the region is transforming longstanding, historically insular Southern culture by introducing new cultures and identities into areas that are already rich with established and distinctive cultural traditions. What happens when the diverse musical styles of Mexican culture are brought with migrants to a regiondoi:10.18078/amstin.2008.31.1.001 fatcat:xsuq4iioyjasbodqlqacjdxfoq