Posted On 23 Oct 2018
Hispanicize Los Angeles, the west coast’s counterpart to the national Hispanicize Miami conference, was a perfect ending to Hispanic Heritage Month. The event gathered the nation’s most influential Latinx professionals in the Social Media arena from October 11-13th at Century City’s International Hotel. In 2009, Hispanicize was founded in Dallas, it was a major annual event for Latino trendsetters and news-makers in digital content, journalism, marketing and entertainment. Following the success, it has become the third year since Hispanicize LA has expanded from one to nearly three days because of the growth in social influence on the west coast.
All Access had the privilege to witness singer-songwriter Eddie Navarro perform at the Univision Music Stage. Navarro captivated the audience with his harmonica skills that started the beat to his music. Not only is he an artist with many talents, his sound brought a southern-folk twist to the Hispanicize LA event. After all, his music has been featured in Andy Dick’s Documentary, “Everyone has An Andy Dick Story.”
So, grab your Hornito’s margarita and check out Eddie Navarro!
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