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October 2013 Archives

Puerto Rico to Induct Cheo Feliciano, Daddy Yankee into Music Hall of Fame

Puerto Rico to Induct Cheo Feliciano, Daddy Yankee into Music Hall of Fame

Salsa and bolero composer and singer Cheo Feliciano, reggaeton artist Daddy Yankee, singer-songwriter Ednita Nazario and alto saxophone player Eddie "La Bala" (the Bullet) Perez, who died in August, are some of the artists who will be inducted next year into Puerto Rico's Music Hall of Fame, organizers said. continue reading »

LatAm Rock Group Los Rabanes to Kick Off U.S. Tour in Miami

LatAm Rock Group Los Rabanes to Kick Off U.S. Tour in Miami

The Panamanian rock group Los Rabanes is returning to the United States after an absence of 10 years and launching a tour that will begin in Miami on Oct. 31 and will also take the band to Washington, Connecticut and New York. continue reading »

Alejandro Fernandez Shines In Front of 10,000 Fans in Mexico

Alejandro Fernandez Shines In Front of 10,000 Fans in Mexico

Singer Alejandro Fernandez performed songs from his most recent album, "Confidencias," for about 10,000 fans at Mexico City's National Auditorium. continue reading »

Daddy Yankee’s New Album Takes Reggaeton Back to Its Roots

Daddy Yankee’s New Album Takes Reggaeton Back to Its Roots

Urban artist Daddy Yankee took part in a panel with members of the Grammy community, with whom he shared his experiences in the music industry and offered a glimpse of his return to pure reggaeton with his new disc "El Imperio Nazza: King Daddy Edition." continue reading »

LISTEN - Alejandro and Vicente Fernandez Sing “Me Olvide de Vivir” (VIDEO)

LISTEN - Alejandro and Vicente Fernandez Sing “Me Olvide de Vivir” (VIDEO)

Earlier this year, Alejandro Fernandez successfully released his latest album Confidencias. The first single and video from the album was his duet with Christina Aguilera, "Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti," but it is this week's release that really has people excited. continue reading »

Opening Acts for Demi Lovato’s 2014 Tour Revealed

Opening Acts for Demi Lovato’s 2014 Tour Revealed

During an interview with MTV this week, "Miss Movin' On" singers Fifth Harmony revealed they would be one of the opening acts for Demi Lovato's Neon Lights Tour. continue reading »

Selena Gomez Shares What She Finds Sexy (VIDEO)

Selena Gomez Shares What She Finds Sexy (VIDEO)

While admitting to fans that she has been told she is "not sexy enough," Selena Gomez revealed what she does find sexy. "Each and every one of you are made to be wh continue reading »

Spanish Singer Manolo Escobar Passes Away, Age 82

Spanish Singer Manolo Escobar Passes Away, Age 82

Singer Manolo Escobar died Thursday at his home in Benidorm, the city in southeastern Spain where he had been hospitalized recently for treatment of cancer, sources close to his family told Efe. He was 82. continue reading »

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

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 »

Check Out Demi Lovato’s New Song “Let It Go” from Disney’s ‘Frozen’

Check Out Demi Lovato’s New Song “Let It Go” from Disney’s ‘Frozen’

Next month, Disney's latest animated feature, Frozen, hits theaters. On Monday, Demi Lovato released the audio for her song "Let It Go," which is featured in the film. continue reading »

Singer, Composer Alejandro Sanz to Receive Honorary Doctor of Music Degree

Singer, Composer Alejandro Sanz to Receive Honorary Doctor of Music Degree

Spanish superstar Alejandro Sanz will be receiving an honorary doctor of music degree from Berklee College of Music where he will be feted with a 40-piece student concert of his own music. continue reading »

Spain’s Placido Domingo Awarded Praemium Imperiale in Japan

Spain’s Placido Domingo Awarded Praemium Imperiale in Japan

Spanish tenor and conductor Placido Domingo said Wednesday he was "honored" to receive Japan's highest arts honor, the Praemium Imperiale, from Prince Masahito Hitachi. continue reading »

Annual Corona Capital Festival Attracts 80,000 Music Lovers

Annual Corona Capital Festival Attracts 80,000 Music Lovers

British quartet Arctic Monkeys and The Breeders were among the stars who got the biggest welcome at the 4th Corona Capital Festival, which attracted 80,000 fans in the Mexican capital. continue reading »

Shakira Gives Free Concert to Fans in New York

Shakira Gives Free Concert to Fans in New York

Shakira performed a selection of her hits during a free concert before an estimated 7,500 people at New York's Bryant Park. continue reading »

Jenni Rivera Big Winn at Billboard Mexican Music Awards

Jenni Rivera Big Winn at Billboard Mexican Music Awards

The late Jenni Rivera was the big winner at the third edition of the Billboard Mexican Music Awards held at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. continue reading »