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Envision Festival Drops the Wildest Lineup Ever Delivered to the Jungle for 2019!

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Envision Festival Drops the Wildest Lineup Ever Delivered to the Jungle for 2019!

Today Envision Festival announced the 2019 music lineup for the ninth edition of this community built 4-day music & arts festival on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. Held between February 28th and March 3rd in a gorgeous ocean adjacent jungle in paradise, the announcement continues the festival’s tradition of serving up heavyweight performers alongside stylish, avante garde talent from the most culturally rich underground communities in Europe and the Americas. As a known launchpad for Latin America’s top producers and a popular bucket-list item for top shelf tastemakers across the world, Envision is committed to proving that lineups can be culturally diverse and still arrive stacked with a bevy of talent with an unmistakable must-not-miss allure. The festival draws colossal headliners with house and bass music sensations that could easily qualify as ‘legends in the making’, but taken as a whole, this year’s lineup peers even further into the future with artists intentionally selected to awaken the self to a higher consciousness in alignment with the natural harmony; all on three internationally acclaimed, flame-throwing, projection mapped dance music stages built by world-class sculptors and fabricators in collaboration with local Ticos. “Coming into our 9th edition, we really wanted to step up our game. We created a diverse and extremely strong gathering of well-established international artists and local emerging talents. Without a shadow of a doubt, we are proud to announce the best lineup in the history of Envision!” Josh Wendel, Envision Festival Founder said of the announcement. “The creative and conceptual process behind our stages is another core element of our production and identity. We create a 360-degree sensorial experience not only through high class music, but also intricate visuals and captivating performances. The unbreakable bond between some of the most talented woodcrafters and local bamboo builders is reflected in all our creations, and we’re honored to share the love and the care behind our designs. Each stage will be an entirely new build this year, and we can’t wait to share them with you!” Challenging the status quo, Envision 2019 is a music and art festival, locally crafted to deliver a new, holistic spin on the conventional music listening experience. Progressive icons of social consciousness like Australian sacred bass specialist Deya Dova and Denver-based climate activist Xiuhtezcatl emphasize vision found in the 8 pillars of the event, while featured headliners like the Hawaiian hybrid, Trevor Hall, continue a tradition of flavorful folk, reggae and roots. Elektro funk pioneers, The Floozies, will also serve up jams from the jazz capital in the heart of Kansas. San Francisco’s Tycho, is set to present a smooth psychedelic ambiance alongside the dark house beats from Bedouin, for a delightful combination of sweet and savory that is seldom experienced in the jungle. Next, Envision delivers the sounds of Burning Man, with timeless legend of Robot Heart and ‘All Day I Dream’ leader, Lee Burridge alongside the latin house fusion aficionado fresh off the Mayan Warrior, Nicola Cruz. Then Sabo, the globally recognized dance music legend stops by with a tropical flair we’ve all come to love about the event. CloZee makes her 4th appearance at the festival, both as a fan favorite and as France’s most valued export in kundalini-blasting bass music. Also from France, the explorer extraordinaire, Viken Arman, will draw...

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Juanes at The Latin GRAMMY Showcase in Miami

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Juanes at The Latin GRAMMY Showcase in Miami

Esta serie de conciertos íntimos cuentan con la actuación de los principales ganadores y nominados a los Latin GRAMMY. La noche de ayer, personalidades influyentes de la industria del entretenimiento disfrutaron de una noche memorable con una gran presentación de JUANES. JUANES compartió el escenario junto a la sensacional estrella en ascenso Rosalia, quien luego de su exitosa presentación hace una semana en el Hollywood Bowl se unió una vez más a JUANES para darle inicio a las festividades alrededor de la entrega número 19 de los Latin GRAMMY. Hace 17 años, el 11 de septiembre del 2001, JUANES iba a cantar en la ceremonia de entrega de los Latin GRAMMY que fue cancelada debido a los hechos inolvidables que sucedieron esa mañana. Ayer, 17 años después, la música se encargó de darle una oportunidad más a JUANES de cautivar al público regresando a un evento de la Academia, esta vez con 23 GRAMMYs en su poder. Conéctate con Juanes Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Mi Sangre | Universal...

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Toyota On The Road To The Los Dells Festival

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Toyota On The Road To The Los Dells Festival

Once again Toyota paved the road to another summer music spectacular at the second edition of the Los Dells Festival on September 1st and 2nd. Coined as the largest Latin music festival in the Midwest featuring the hottest Latin talent lineup. In support of music discovery and Toyota’s commitment to supporting artists on their road to success Toyota partnered with headlining Latin singer, songwriter, and producer Wisin and Sony Music as the curator of the Toyota Music Den stage. “Toyota is all about creating experiences that engage artists and guests alike in the spirit of music discovery,” said Tyler McBride, Toyota’s engagement marketing manager. “To be able to collaborate with Sony Music and a music icon like Wisin sets up our Toyota Music Den for a spectacular debut at Los Dells.”  The Toyota Música interactive area at Los Dells featured numerous activities, which included bringing music to life in their vehicle activations, along with some of today’s most notable Latin artists, which included: Venezuelan urban singer-songwriter, Oscarcito Puerto Rican urban singer, Gadiel Colombian urban singer, Farina Latin GRAMMY® nominated pop music duo, Periko y Jessi Leon Dominican & Brazilian artist and performer, Jarina De Marco Puerto Rican singer-songwriter and Latin GRAMMY® nominee, Raquel Sofía Cuban Latin GRAMMY® and Latin Billboard award-winning artist, Descemer Bueno “As a producer and artist, I enjoy working with young talent and helping to pave the way for them.  Being the curator of the Toyota Music Den provided me the opportunity to do that,” stated Wisin. “It’s exciting to be at Los Dells as a headliner and to be sharing the weekend with amazing artists.  Thanks to Toyota for having the vision to provide a stage for these young artists at important festivals like this one, bringing them that much closer to their fans.” “What better place to showcase the latest artists, sounds, and trends than through these types of partnerships. Along with Wisin, a music icon who has written and produced countless award- winning records who knows what it takes and has an eye for talent,” said Cebele Marquez, Sony Music US Latin’s senior director of business development. In addition to continuing its support for music through festival involvement, Toyota announced its fourth-year partnership with the VH1 Save The Music Foundation in support of music education.  The interactive campaign encourages musicians and fans to express their support and share what music means to them through social media using #ToyotaGiving. Toyota and VH1 Save The Music have presented grants to various deserving schools in Chicago, Las Vegas and New Orleans to date.  Toyota will make its largest donation yet to VH1 Save The Music this year, $50,000 which will fund a Music Technology grant to support a school in the Philadelphia School District, as well as a $7,500 music grant to the Miami-Dade School...

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Hollywood Forever’s 19th Annual Day of The Dead Artist of The Year Tino Rodriguez

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Hollywood Forever’s 19th Annual Day of The Dead Artist of The Year Tino Rodriguez

HOLLYWOOD FOREVER’S 19th ANNUAL DAY OF THE DEAD is proud to announce its artist of the year: Tino Rodriguez www.tinorodriguez.com Far away from the sterile, pseudo-sanctified realm of the art museum, Tino Rodriguez gained his first exposure to the art world in the Catholic churches of Mexico. In these mysterious, hushed interiors, images of saints and angels seduced him, the scent of candle wax and incense beguiled him. Angels in particular – androgynous, half animal-half human creatures – captivated Rodriguez with their allure. The legacy of this seduction is visible in Rodriguez’ work. His fantastic paintings are present postmodern fairy tales. Their mythical qualities stem from childhood legacies. Rodriguez came of age surrounded by the Mexican tradition of oral story telling. His grandmother, family and friends passed on stories as diverse as La Llorona, Little Riding Hood, and tales of the Brothers Grimm, as well as Aztec & Mayan myths. In his paintings such different cultural influences now commingle with art historical references, Hindu deities and allusions to the contemporary world. -Charlene Villaseñor-Black “I am filled with joy to have been invited to this beautiful, pre-hispanic, pagan celebration in which we celebrate the life within the death. Death is such a universal theme and has always been part of our Mexican culture ( And many other cultures in the world). This is a time in which we wipe away our tears and welcome death into our homes and hearts. Hollywood Forever as been celebrating this beautiful and profound ritual for 19 years and I am happy to be part of their family history in helping them welcome “El Dia de los Muertos” – Tino on being part of LA Hollywood Forever’s Day of the Dead. “May the ones we love, hear our incantations and be joyful at our songs and dance, wherever they are.” ABOUT COATLICUE: Coatlicue (pron. Co-at-li-cu-e) or ‘Serpent Skirt’ was a major deity in the Aztec pantheon and regarded as the earth-mother goddess. Her classical Nahuatl name can be rendered both Cōātlīcue and Cōātl īcue, from cōātl “snake” and īcue “her skirt”, roughly meaning “[she who has] the skirt of snakes”. In Aztec mythology Coatlicue was a priestess whose job was to maintain the shrine on the top of the legendary sacred mountain Coatepec (‘Snake Mountain’, also spelt Coatepetl). One day, as she was sweeping, a ball of feathers descended from the heavens and when she tucked it into her belt it miraculously impregnated her. The resulting child was none other than the powerful Aztec god of war Huitzilopochtli. However, Coatlicue’s other offspring, her daughter Coyolxauhqui (‘Painted with Bells’ and perhaps representing the Moon), herself a powerful goddess, and her sons the Centzon Huitznahua (‘Four Hundred Huiztnaua’, who represented the stars of the southern sky) were outraged at this shameful episode and they stormed Mt. Coatepec with the intention of killing their dishonoured mother. The plot came unstuck, though, when one of the Huiztnaua lost heart and decided to warn the still unborn Huitzilopochtli. Rising to his mother’s defence the god sprang from the womb fully-grown and fully-armed as an invincible warrior. In In another version the god springs from his mother’s severed neck but either way, with his formidable weapon, the xiuhcoatl (‘Fire Serpent’) which was actually a ray of the sun, the warrior-god swiftly butchered his unruly siblings and chopping up Coyolxauhqui into several large chunks he lobbed the pieces down the mountainside. The myth may also symbolise the daily victory of the Sun (one of Huitzilpochtli’s...

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Museo a Youtube Original

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Museo a Youtube Original

GAEL GARCÍA BERNAL, LEONARDO ORTIZGRIS & ALFREDO CASTRO STAR IN YOUTUBE ORIGINAL MOVIE “MUSEO” From Award-winning Writer/Director Alonso Ruizpalacios and Award-winning Producers Gerardo Gatica, Alberto Müffelmann, Manuel Alcalá and Ramiro Ruiz Executive Produced by Moisés Cosío, Gael García Bernal, Anant Singh, Brian Cox and Robert Lantos YouTube announced its first-ever Spanish language YouTube Original movie, MUSEO, inspired by the most infamous cultural artifact heist in Mexican history, when two regular guys looted 140 priceless Mayan and Meso-American pieces from Mexico’s National Anthropology Museum on Christmas Eve 1985.  MUSEO starring Golden Globe Award-winner, Gael Garcia Bernal, Leonardo Ortizgris and Alfredo Castro is a thrilling heist injected with humor and set against never-before filmed locations in Mexico.  Co-produced and co-financed by Panorama Global, Ring Cine, Detalle Films, Distant Horizon and Serendipity Point Films, the 128-minute YouTube Original movie will debut in theaters this fall and on YouTube Premium later this year. MUSEO is already one of the most highly anticipated films of the year.  It was written and directed by Alonso Ruizpalacios, this is his second feature after the award-winning festival hit GÜEROS and was co-written with Manuel Alcalá (Bellas de Noche).  MUSEO premiered at the 2018 Berlin Film Festival, where Ruizpalacios and Alcalá won the Silver Bear for Best Screenplay and was also nominated for a Gold Bear for Best Film.  MUSEO will have its North American debut at the Toronto International Film Festival today. Variety says, “Hitchcock, Looney Tunes, “Rififi,” …. and Bresson … Ruizpalacios pulls it off with a joyful sureness.”  While Screen Daily says MUSEO “Has the mark of a true original…superbly executed,” and The Guardian called it a “entertaining and highly watchable thriller.” “MUSEO began over a decade ago, with a faint memory of a Christmas museum heist in the 80s. Research and word of mouth quickly laid out a vast story that spread far beyond Mexico’s National Museum of Anthropology,” says Alonso Ruizpalacios.  “It had the perfect mix of narrative and anecdotal elements and I’m incredibly excited to collaborate with the talented Gael Garcia Bernal and YouTube to bring this Mexican tale to life and share it with the world.” “As our first-ever Spanish language YouTube Original movie, MUSEO is one of the many exciting projects we have in the pipeline as we embark to expand our slate with more original series and movies in Spanish,” said Susanne Daniels, Global Head of Original Content, YouTube. “We are extremely grateful to be working with such a talented director, cast and creative group of producers and executive producers to share this story globally.” MUSEO features Golden Globe Award-winning Gael García Bernal (Mozart In The Jungle, Coco, The Motorcycle Diaries) as “Juan Nunez” and Morelia Film Festival Best Actor Award-winner Leonardo Ortizgris (Güeros) as Benjamin Wilson, a pair of thirty-somethings who can’t seem to finish veterinary school or leave their parents’ homes.  Platino Awards for Iberoamerican Cinema winner and Premios Fenix Nominee Alfredo Castro (The Club) plays Dr. Nunez, Juan’s father and two time BAFTA Award-winner, Simon Russell Beale (The Death of Stalin, Into The Woods) plays Frank Graves, a rare art dealer, who plays a key role after the fateful Christmas Eve, when Juan and Benjamin decide it’s finally time to distinguish themselves by executing the most infamous cultural artifacts heist in all of Mexican history. MUSEO...

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Maná Named 2018 Latin Recording Academy Person of The Year™

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Maná Named 2018 Latin Recording Academy Person of The Year™

The Latin Recording Academy® today announced six-time Latin GRAMMY® and four-time GRAMMY® winning rock-pop band Maná will be honored as the 2018 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year™ for their extraordinary creative accomplishments and philanthropic contributions to the Latin community, as well as for their steadfast and dedicated support of environmental preservation and protection, as well as human rights. This award carries additional prestige and significance as it will be the first time a band receives the Person of the Year recognition. The Person of the Year award is bestowed upon musicians of Ibero-American heritage in recognition of their artistic achievement in the Latin music industry and their profound humanitarian efforts. Past honorees include Marc Anthony, Miguel Bosé, Roberto Carlos,Plácido Domingo, Emilio Estefan, Gloria Estefan, Vicente Fernández, Juan Gabriel, Gilberto Gil, Juan Luis Guerra, Julio Iglesias, José José, Ricky Martin, Carlos Santana, Alejandro Sanz, Joan Manuel Serrat, Shakira and Caetano Veloso. “Maná (Fher, Alex, Sergio and Juan) is an iconic band with a profound social and environmental consciousness that has created captivating and vibrant music for over three decades,” said Gabriel Abaroa Jr., President/CEO of The Latin Recording Academy. “Fusing mainly funk, reggae, ska, bolero, and a spectrum of Latin rhythms mixed with pure rock; Maná has created true musical anthems. In addition to becoming worldwide Latin music icons, their members have championed for social justice, global equality, and encouraged environmental protection using the force of their melodies and lyrics, which repeatedly remind our communities of our strength, resilience, and our inherent cultural value.” “It is a grand and unexpected recognition to an extensive career, a beautiful and passionate one that we continue to enjoy as if it were the first day. We are flattered that the most prestigious Latin music organization is recognizing us. Undoubtedly, it will be moving to hear our songs performed by talented colleagues and friends. We hope to continue using our voices and this honor to raise awareness about environmental concerns and human rights issues around the world,” said Fher on behalf of the band. Maná will be honored and celebrated at a star-studded gala featuring a glamorous tribute concert, including renditions of their renowned repertoire performed by an impressive array of notable artists and friends on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. One of the world’s most influential Latin rock-pop bands, Maná—currently comprised of Fher Olvera, Alex González, Sergio Vallín, and Juan Calleros—have 133 gold records, 256 platinum records, and more than 48 No. 1 hits worldwide. Classics such as “No Ha Parado De Llover,” “Rayando el Sol”, “De Pies A Cabeza,” “Labios Compartidos,” “Bendita Tu Luz,” and “Mi Verdad,” among many others, have become essential songs of the Latin American soundtrack. With their latest tour in the United States, the “Latino Power Tour”— they traveled to various cities promoting the importance of the Latin vote in the past presidential elections. Throughout the last three decades, they have used their voice and international recognition to raise awareness about environmental, social, political and human rights issues worldwide. In 1996, Maná created the Fundación Ecológica Selva Negra, the band’s philanthropic entity, which preserves endangered species, provides educational programs on the environment, and contributes and organizes community development projects. Their success has crossed borders, they have surmounted every obstacle, and achieved a global presence where people from all over the world, whether in Israel or New York, sing their songs in Spanish, generating an emotional connection despite language barriers. The net...

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“Ya Veremos” con Fernanda Castillo, Mauricio Ochmann and Emiliano Aramayo

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“Ya Veremos” con Fernanda Castillo, Mauricio Ochmann and Emiliano Aramayo

Una historia para toda la familia. Santi (Emiliano Aramayo) es un niño que ha tenido que lidiar con la separación de sus padres, Rodrigo (Mauricio Ochmann) y Alejandra (Fernanda Castillo). Ellos están obligados a verse de vez en cuando, ya que comparten el tiempo de su hijo. Un día reciben la noticia de que Santi debe someterse a una cirugía para no perder la vista, así que éste hace una lista de deseos para cumplirlos junto con sus dos padres, antes de la operación. Rodrigo y Alejandra deberán aprender a convivir, embarcándose (sin sospecharlo) en un viaje que al final, hará que sea muy difícil separarse de nuevo. Director: Pitipol Ybarra (as Pedro Pablo Ibarra) Escritor: Alberto Bremer Actores:  Mauricio Ochmann, Fernanda Castillo, Emiliano Aramayo Disfruta de una divertida charla con  Emiliano Aramayo, Mauricio Ochmann y Fernanda Castillo.  ...

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LACLA at VPAM Presents Cine Sin Fronteras: Shifting Ground

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LACLA at VPAM Presents Cine Sin Fronteras: Shifting Ground

Presented at the Vincent Price Art Museum (VPAM), Cine Sin Fronteras 2018 will showcase experimental short films from the prestigious Morelia International Film Festival in México. The event will feature a musical performance by El Rio and a post-screening Q&A with the Echo Park Film Center’s, Paolo Davanzo and Lisa Marr. Program Schedule: 1:00-2:00pm – El Rio musical performance 2:00-3:30pm – Film screenings + Q&A Film Descriptions: Relato familiar tells the story of a deserted photography goods store in the Santa Maria la Ribera neighborhood in Mexico City called Foto Saeki. [Sumie Garcia | 2017 | 20:52 min.] Coyolxauhqui recasts the mythical destruction of the Aztec goddess Coyolxauhqui in a searing evocation of femicide in the Mexican countryside. [Colectivo Los Ingrávidos | 2016 | 9:46 min.] El sonido que vemos: CDMX is a documentary on a Mexico City symphony that was filmed in 24 hours at the Mexican capital. [Echo Park Film Center and Laboratorio Experimental de Cine | 2017 | 33 min.] DATE AND TIME Sat, September 15, 2018 12:00 PM – 3:30 PM PDT LOCATION Vincent Price Art Museum 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez Monterey Park, CA 91754 For more information visit the LACLA website. The Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles (LACLA) is a leading institute of cinema exhibition with the year-round programming of Chicanx, Latinx, and Latin American films. Each component of LACLA is firmly committed to the cultivation of cultural expression and exchange among students, educators, filmmakers, and community members of diverse backgrounds through the art of cinema. LACLA was founded in 1997 by a group of Los Angeles-based Latinx cultural activists and cinéastes in response to the lack of local, as well as national, exhibition spaces for Latinx and Latin American cinemas. The group began by screening classic Mexican films in partnership with the Los Angeles Conservancy’s “Last Remaining Seats” classic movie series in the historic downtown Los Angeles theatre district. LACLA has since grown to encompass various programs providing youth and adults opportunities to engage with the vibrant and innovative bodies of Chicanx, Latinx, and Latin American...

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Premio a la Excelencia Musical de La Academia Latina de la Grabación®

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Premio a la Excelencia Musical de La Academia Latina de la Grabación®

La Academia Latina de la Grabación® anunció hoy que Erasmo Carlos, Dyango, Andy Montañez, José María Napoleón, Chucho Valdés, Wilfrido Vargas y Yuri recibirán este año el Premio a la Excelencia Musical. Igualmente, Horacio Malvicino y Tomás Muñoz recibirán el Premio del Consejo Directivo. Los homenajeados serán reconocidos en una ceremonia privada el 13 de noviembre en el Four Seasons Hotel de Las Vegas, como parte de la semana del Latin GRAMMY®. “Nos enorgullece rendir homenaje a este extraordinario grupo de talentosos artistas y profesionales de la música con los Premios a la Excelencia Musical y los Premios del Consejo Directivo de este año”, dijo Gabriel Abaroa Jr., presidente/CEO de La Academia Latina de la Grabación. “El grupo al que estamos reconociendo en este 2018, ha realizado contribuciones excepcionales, beneficiando a la música de Iberoamérica, brindando innovación, y una singular visión en pro de los amantes de la música”. El Premio a la Excelencia Musical se entrega a los artistas que han hecho contribuciones sin precedentes de extraordinaria importancia artística a la música latina. El Premio del Consejo Directivo se otorga tras una votación del Consejo Directivo de La Academia Latina de la Grabación en la que se selecciona a las personas que, aún sin ser intérpretes musicales, han contribuido significativamente a la música durante sus carreras. Premio a la Excelencia Musical 2018: Erasmo Carlos La maravillosa biografía musical de Erasmo Carlos tiene dos fases. Primeramente, está su asociación como compositor con la estrella del pop Roberto Carlos, con la cual ayudó a definir el ámbito emocional y la atmósfera nostálgica que envolvió a la balada latinoamericana en los ’70s. Por otra parte, está su brillante carrera como solista, con la que lanzó algunos de los álbumes más impredecibles y evocadores de la historia de la música brasileña. El cantautor ganó notoriedad a finales de los años 60s como parte del movimiento juvenil jovem guarda. En el 2009 su álbum Rock ‘N’ Rollrecibió una nominación al Latin GRAMMY® y, en el 2014, ganó un Latin GRAMMY al Mejor Álbum de Rock Brasileño (Gigante Gentil). Al combinar el éxito comercial con una implacable independencia artística, Erasmo Carlos continúa sorprendiendo y deleitando con cada uno de los proyectos que emprende. Dyango  No es casualidad que a Dyango (José Gómez Romero) se le conozca como “La Voz del Amor”. Desde que comenzó su carrera con el lanzamiento del álbum Lejos de los Ojos con el que debutó en 1969, el cantante español ha seguido su evolución como intérprete de canciones románticas, dejando su sello indeleble tanto en el género de balada como en el tango. Su talento innato para impregnar de pasión y honestidad cada canción que interpreta fue reconocido primero en América Latina y luego en los Estados Unidos. Esto sucedió después de que en 1970 viajara a Argentina para protagonizar la película El Mundo es de los Jóvenes y grabara el álbum con ese mismo nombre. En 1975, su fantástica grabación del tango “Nostalgia”, con un sutil arreglo de balada, así como “Por Volverte a Ver”, “Corazón Mágico” y “Por ese Hombre” confirmaron a Dyango como un exponente clave de la música pop latinoamericana. Y aunque ha reducido las giras a gran escala, aún sigue grabando y cantando en vivo. Andy Montañez La salsa puertorriqueña ha sido el seno de muchos cantantes legendarios. Y aún en medio de una competencia tan férrea, Andy Montañez se ha distinguido como uno de los vocalistas más...

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NoTeVaGustar “Suenan Las Alarmas” U.S. Tour

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NoTeVaGustar “Suenan Las Alarmas” U.S. Tour

The Uruguayan Band Announces U.S. Tour Dates to Present Live Their Highly Acclaimed Album SUENAN LAS ALARMAS With more than 20 years of trajectory,No Te Va Gustar, a group with great unifying power from South America and one of the most solid musical proposals of Latin America, is getting ready to return to the U.S. with 5 exclusive concerts to present their newest production “Suenan Las Alarmas” (Discos Popart), one of the highest praised albums by local and international press of this year. The tour will begin on September 14 in Virginia and end in San Diego on September 22 as part of the second edition of Üateke Rock Fest. “Para Cuando me Muera”, the first single from the most recent album, received a nomination in the “Best Rock Song” category of the Latin Grammys (2017), joining the multiple nominations of the said award and others such as the MTV Video Music Awards, MTV Europe Music Awards and the MTV Millennial Awards, among others. Additionally, their albums have exceeded the status of Platinum and have been released in a dozen countries. Highlighted in several editions of the Uruguayan Music Awards, NTVG has developed important tours around the world throughout their career in countries such as Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Brasil, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Cuba, Panama, Mexico, United States, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, England and Spain, among others. They have performed in the most important festivals of the continent, always standing out with their powerful, precise and refined live performances and with their key rock sound that fuses different musical genres such as reggae, folk, murga or ska, based on the influences of each member. The themes of their songs are also another important distinction that characterizes NTVG: deep but simple and with a poetic notion that few lyricists can achieve. The anticipated U.S. tour dates come after their successful international tour throughout Latin America, including massive performances in important venues with sold-out shows and festivals like the Cosquín Rock in Guadalajara and the Machaca Fest in Monterrey Mexico, and other performances in Chile, Colombia, Argentina, and Paraguay, to name a few. www.notevagustar.com...

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