In honor or Hispanic Heritage Month, the Ailes Apprentice Program has featured some inspiring stories from the Hispanic/Latino community.

On "Fox and Friends" this morning we were introduced to Flor de Toloache, a group of musicians who have become New York City's first-ever all-female mariachi band. 

The women are bringing a new flair to the traditional Mexican music. Most mariachi bands are made up of all Mexicans, but Flor de Toloache's members are from many different backgrounds. 

"New York is a melting pot. We're representing the new generation," said Mireya Ramos, the singer-violinist who founded the band.

The debut album was recently #2 on the iTunes Latin charts and the band was also just nominated for its first Latin Grammy award for Best Ranchera Album.

Watch the full profile above from Fox News Latino national correspondent Bryan Llenas.