Regional Mexican singer Gerardo Ortiz, who at 24 is one of most successful entertainers of his genre, is giving his fans a special Halloween treat with the release of a new music video that takes a much more romantic approach in contrast to his narco-inspired compositions.
Spanish singer/songwriter Miguel Bosé, who is being honored as the 2013 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year, will be in good company during his Las Vegas gala when some of the biggest stars in music pay tribute including Colombian singer Juanes, Italian songstress Laura Pausini and Mexican pop artist Julieta Venegas.
Carlos Santana will revisit his roots with a Dec. 14 concert in Guadalajara, Mexico, where he and his band will be joined by Juanes, Miguel, Gloria Estefan, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, and other guest artists in a celebration of his Latin heritage. The concert will preview music from Santana's new album, "Corazón," set for release in early 2014.
Puerto Rican pop star Luis Fonsi is putting the finishing touches on his new studio album, set to release in early 2014 on Universal Music Latino. But after working for a lifetime with producers on this side of the hemisphere, this time Fonsi spent months in London working Martin Terefe.
Millions of Google users worldwide woke up this morning to find a Google-Doodle on the home page of a woman with multi-colored hair wearing a sweeping blue gown. It's the late Cuban singer Celia Cruz, who would have turned 88 years old today.
Enrique Bunbury admits to feeling a bit nervous about his first interview to talk about the Oct. 29 release of his double album, "Palosanto" (OSECA/Warner Latina), which he wrote and recorded in Los Angeles, his current home.
Not many bands can say they've been making music for 75 years. But Banda el Recodo holds that distinction. The group was honored at the Billboard Mexican Music Awards with the Musical Legacy Award, honoring their undeniable influence in music.
The moment regional Mexican singer/songwriter Gerardo Ortiz stepped onto the red carpet at the Billboard Mexican Music Awards 2013, it was clear the fans in the stands came to see their idol as the decibel levels in their screams could be heard down the street on Hollywood Boulevard.