Carla Morrison never expected 30,000 people to show during her set at last year's Vive Latino music festival in Mexico City. "It was a big, big moment," recalls the singer/songwriter who is a Grammy nominee for best Latin pop, rock or urban album.
In less than a decade siblings Jesse & Joy Huerta have become one of the most celebrated rock-pop acts to emerge in the Latin music scene. Last year their critically acclaimed album "Con Quién Se Queda El Perro?" ("Who Does the Dog Stay With?") swept the Latin Grammys with four wins including best record, song and contemporary pop vocal album. Most recently the Mexican-born duo was nominated for their first Grammy in the best Latin pop album category.
Justin Timberlake will perform on the 55th Annual Grammy Awards telecast next weekend, the show announced today. This marks the first time in four years that Timberlake will take the Grammy stage, and it will be his debut TV performance on the eve of his first studio album in seven years.