Watch Olga Tañón Sing the Bejesus Out of Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah'

Watch Olga Tañón Sing the Bejesus Out of Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah'

“Aleluya” for Olga Tañón, who’s delivered a Spanish adaption of Leonard Cohen’s emotional classic “Hallelujah” to Youtube. Tañón sent a personal message of Christmas spirit by performing the song with her daughter. Gabriella is a special needs student whose challenges and triumphs have been revealed by Tañón over the years.
Gloria Trevi

Gloria Trevi Signs with BMI

Gloria Trevi signs with BMI for representation of her catalog and new works.
Juan Formell of Los Van Van

U.S.-Cuba Musical Relations: A Timeline of Milestones

A look at the ups and downs of U.S. and Cuba’s musical relationship over the past five decades traces politics’ influence on art while revealing artistic triumphs, personal tragedies and the diplomatic power of music.
X-Alfonso

This Ain't No Buena Vista: Meet Five Cuban Artists to Watch

President Obama’s announced changes in current Cuba policy may increase Cuban artists’ presence on U.S. stages, or maybe even, eventually, on the charts. Or they may not What is clear is that if you don’t know these artists from Cuba, the time is now.
Muted Hurrahs For Easing of Cuban Sanctions

Muted Hurrahs For Easing of Cuban Sanctions

President Obama’s announcement that he planned to “normalize” relationships with Cuba was met with muted response from the Latin music industry.
Vevo Reaches 1 Billion Monthly Views in Mexico

Vevo Reaches 1 Billion Monthly Views in Mexico

Vevo's Mexico service registered over one billion views in November, a significant milestone that now makes that country Vevo’s second largest market after the United States.
Joaquin Sabina Fights Stage Fright During Emotional Madrid Show, Skips Encore

Joaquin Sabina Fights Stage Fright During Emotional Madrid Show, Skips Encore

Joaquin Sabina’s first solo concert in five years in his native Spain sold 15,000 tickets in less than an hour, so emotions were high all around at showtime on Saturday (Dec. 13) at Madrid’s Barclaycard Center -- but no higher anywhere than on the stage itself, where one of Spain’s most acclaimed artists broke into tears several times during an intense performance of well-known songs to a home crowd.

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