Music knows no boundaries.
From Mexico to Austrialia and, yes, East L.A. musicians collaborated on an international rendition of La Bamba.
There is perhaps no more fitting a song than La Bamba. Originating in Veracruz, the Mexican folksong would find new listeners when Los Angeles rockstar Ritchie Valens covered it in 1958 (and rediscovered to younger audiences in 1987 when Lou Diamond Phillips played the role of Valens.)
The video was produced by Playing for Change, a non-profit organization focusing on building music and art schools.