If you’re a fan of the Nashville Jazz Orchestra, you know they take jazz’s Latin American influences very seriously. This salute to Hispanic Heritage Month features a couple of very notable guests, singer Raul Malo and percussionist Lalo Davila. The golden-voiced Malo, born to Cuban parents in Miami, rose to fame in the ’90s with The Mavericks, and has since gone on to a successful solo recording career that has often drawn on his Cuban roots, a source that also provided inspiration for his involvement in the Latin music supergroup Los Super Seven. I saw Davila perform with the NJO at a Latin jazz concert in 2007, and I can attest that he's an entertainer in every sense of the word — in addition to his prodigious percussion skills, he brought the house down with some hilarious antics at the mic. This is a must-see show for fans of jazz and Latin music.