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Tag Results for "Latin Music"

Marc Anthony: I Feel Like I’m Starting My Career All Over Again

American singer Marc Anthony, who went a decade without launching a new studio disc, said that when "3.0" hit the market it made him so nervous it was like starting a new career. continue reading »

White House Welcomes Latin Artists in Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month

Gloria Estefan, Lila Downs, Ricky Martin and Alejandro Sanz are among the artists who have been invited to perform at a White House event next week as part of Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations, the White House said. continue reading »

Remains of El Gran Combo Sax Player to Be Scattered at Puerto Rican Bar

A portion of the ashes of the late saxophone player and founding member of El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, Eddie "La Bala" Perez, will be scattered later this week in front of a bar he frequented in a town in the northern part of the island. continue reading »

Colombian Inmates Record 3 Music CDs From Behind Bars

Inmates of Colombia's La Modelo Prison presented in Bogota three discs - two hip-hop and one of Christian Evangelical music - recorded behind bars as part of a social reintegration program. continue reading »

Alejandra Guzman Records New Album at Mexico City Show

Mexican songstress Alejandra Guzman recorded her new disc, "Primera Fila," at a Mexico City concert that was "very special, very different." continue reading »

Latin Grammy Winner Sie7e’s New Song is About Being Optimistic in Life

Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Sie7e, the winner of a Latin Grammy in 2011 for best new artist, is promoting his latest single, "So what," in which he presents a positive and optimistic message about dealing with the problems of daily life. continue reading »

Tito Puente Jr. To Pay Tribute to His Father in the Dominican Republic

Singer Tito Puente Jr. will give a concert Saturday in the Dominican capital in honor of his late father, one of the leading figures of Latin jazz and salsa music of the past century. continue reading »

Julio Iglesias Kicks Off Summer Concert Series in Spain

Julio Iglesias filled the ancient Teatro Romano in Merida, Spain, where a devoted crowd sang along with the artist, with the strains of his greatest hits on the weekend. continue reading »

Andres Calamaro Says Next Album Will be “More Classical”

Andres Calamaro's next work will be "more classical," close to the original rock and roll, and with lyrics closely reflecting "reality," the Argentine singer said while presenting the press with some of the numbers from the disc, which only awaits a few finishing touches. continue reading »

Billboard Latin Music Conference Kicks Off in Miami

The 24th Billboard Latin Music Conference kicked off Monday in Miami with the presence of some of the industry's biggest stars and producers. continue reading »

Victoria Justice Has Phone Stolen, Photos Released

The private photos of Nickelodeon actress Victoria Justice were in the hands of the person who stole her phone when they were sent to an website that in turn posted them. continue reading »

MTV Movie Awards: Selena Gomez Performs “Come and Get It”  (VIDEO)

Selena Gomez performed her new single "Come and Get It" at the MTV Movie Awards on Sunday. The former Disney sweetheart wore a Bollywood-inspired red bindi for the performance. continue reading »

Bachata Star Prince Royce Signs with Sony, Next Album in Spanish

Bachata star Prince Royce has just signed a lucrative contract with Sony Music and will launch his next album under their label in Spanish. continue reading »

Mexican Group Jesse and Joy Reflect on Their Success in 2012

Mexican sibling duo Jesse and Joy are closing out 2012 as the Latino group having the best success after winning four Latin Grammys and their first Grammy nomination for the album "Con quien se queda el perro?" continue reading »

Stevie Wonder, Gilberto Gil Perform for 400,000 in Brazil (VIDEO)

American pop star Stevie Wonder and Brazilian singer-songwriter Gilberto Gil filled Copacabana Beach with music during a seaside concert that attracted some 400,000 people, police said. continue reading »

Aventura’s Henry Santos Records New Solo Album

Singer-songwriter Henry Santos is in the middle of preparing what will be his second post-Aventura album. In contrast to his first album, Santos is returning to his roots with the famous bachata group on the the new project. continue reading »

Mexican Duo Jesse and Joy Celebrate Grammy Nod

Mexican duo Jesse and Joy have added one more success to a fruitful year of international recognition by being nominated for a Grammy Award in the Best Latino Pop category for their album "Con quien se queda el perro?" continue reading »

Latin Rapper Discusses Immigrants’ Struggles Through Song (VIDEO)

New Latin Pop artist, Immi has brought his own style to the growing Latin rap scene with "Immigrant" (Inmigrante). continue reading »

Juanes To Finish 2012 Tour Schedule in Colombia

Colombian singer-songwriter Juanes on Tuesday will offer the first concert in his homeland of his "Unplugged" tour, which will take him to six other cities in the Andean nation, including his native Medellin. continue reading »

Singer Alejandro Sanz Says Hispanics Have Much to Offer Society

Alejandro Sanz, who on Dec. 6 will give a concert in Miami, said that the Hispanic community has "a great many things" to contribute to the United States and thanked the Latino public for their support during the more than 20 years of his career. continue reading »