What is the translation of the title El Cumbanchero?

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Cumbanchero is someone who dances "cumba," short for Cumbia, the original Colombian dance that morphed into Salsa and now in the United States, into Zumba, and dances and parties every weekend, for fun, till the wee-hours of the morning.
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