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Where’s the Latin crowd?

Even with popular acts coming to town, audiences have been sparse

The Argentine indie rock band Babasónicos made its New England debut last month at the Middle East, where the crowd was disappointingly less than capacity. The Argentine indie rock band Babasónicos made its New England debut last month at the Middle East, where the crowd was disappointingly less than capacity. (Josh Reynolds for The Boston Globe)
By James Reed
Globe Staff / September 4, 2009

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In any other metropolitan city, and perhaps in any other year, Marc Anthony probably could have sold out his concert with no trouble. Instead, the salsa superstar, whose marriage to Jennifer Lopez has made him famous beyond his music, last week filled fewer than half of the 6,300 seats at the Agganis Arena in what should have been the summer’s ... (Full article: 1028 words)

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