Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas describe their music as "Latin-punk-Motown-soul." The Detroit band released two versions of its latest album: An English version called "Telephone," and the Spanish "Teléfono." Regardless of the language, Hernandez and her band bring a raw garage-rock energy to their songs.
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Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas played four songs from "Telephone" in the CPR Performance Studio. Hernandez spoke with Alisha Sweeney about channeling her Cuban heritage on the new albums, translating her English lyrics to Spanish and how her pregnancy has affected her recent live performances.
Stream the session above.
- "Oh No"
- "Hot To Trot"
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