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Movie on Jenni Rivera’s Life Coming Soon Says Her Family

Movie on Jenni Rivera’s Life Coming Soon Says Her Family

The late Jenni Rivera’s family continues to find ways to honor ‘La Diva da la Banda’ and keep her in the minds and hearts of her fans. The family recently announced in an interview with NBC that a full-length feature film on Rivera’s rags-to-riches life story is in the works. continue reading »

Check Out Naya Rivera’s First Single “Sorry” with Boyfriend Big Sean

Check Out Naya Rivera’s First Single “Sorry” with Boyfriend Big Sean

Like a few before her, Naya Rivera took a step away from her "Glee" cast mates to record her own music. Last week, Rivera, who plays cheerleader Santana Lopez on Fox's musical dramedy, continue reading »

Demi Lovato Belts “Made in the USA” at 2013 Teen Choice Awards (VIDEO)

Demi Lovato Belts “Made in the USA” at 2013 Teen Choice Awards (VIDEO)

Sunday was the 2013 Teen Choice Awards and Demi Lovato took the stage with Nick Jonas on drums to sing "Made in the USA." Not only did the young Latina perform at the award show, she also took home a number of awards. continue reading »

Remembering Eydie Gorme: One of First Cross-Over Artists for Latinos

Remembering Eydie Gorme: One of First Cross-Over Artists for Latinos

Latinos are remembering Eydie Gorme, who died yesterday at age 84, as one of the first entertainers to cross-over to the Spanish-speaking market. continue reading »

El Gran Combo Sax Player Eddie Perez Passes Away, Age 77

El Gran Combo Sax Player Eddie Perez Passes Away, Age 77

Sax player Eddie "La Bala" Perez, founding member of El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, died Friday, the legendary salsa orchestra said. He was 77. "To the people of Puerto Rico and to the world of salsa: This morning, Eddie 'La Bala' Perez Lopez moved on to a better life," the communique posted on El Gran Combo's official Facebook page said. continue reading »

Alejandra Guzman Records New Album at Mexico City Show

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 »

Bruce Springsteen Adds Stop in Buenos Aires to Latin American Tour

Bruce Springsteen Adds Stop in Buenos Aires to Latin American Tour

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will perform in Buenos Aires on Sept. 14 as part of the South American leg of the New Jersey rocker's "Wrecking Ball" tour, his Web site said. continue reading »

Five-Sister Band Las Fenix Now Promoting 6th Album

Five-Sister Band Las Fenix Now Promoting 6th Album

Las Fenix, a band of five sisters who discovered their singing talent at family gatherings in Texas, are promoting their recently released sixth album in the Regional Mexican genre, a work titled "Heliopolis." continue reading »

Placido Domingo Returns to Stage after Illness, Receives Standing Ovation

Placido Domingo Returns to Stage after Illness, Receives Standing Ovation

The audience at the Salzburg Festival rose to their feet to acclaim the return to the stage of Spanish tenor Placido Domingo, who spent a week in the hospital last month after suffering a pulmonary embolism. continue reading »

Conor Oberst’s Desaparecidos Pen Song for Chilean Student Activist

Conor Oberst’s Desaparecidos Pen Song for Chilean Student Activist

"Te amo Camila Vallejo" (I love you, Camila Vallejo), a song written by U.S. indie band "Desaparecidos" and dedicated to the 25-year-old Chilean student leader, has begun spreading via the Internet, Chilean music Web sites said. continue reading »