1. Watch Andres Calamaro & Enrique Bunbury Cover Gustavo Cerati's 'Crimen'

    March 17, 2015 5:03 PM EDT The cover of the late Argentine rocker is the first single from their upcoming live collaborative album. Andrés Calamaro and Enrique Bunbury have released their collaborative live performance of the Gustavo Cerati song "Crimen" as a single. The stirring tribute to the late…

  2. Draco Rosa Shutters L.A. Studio Phantom Vox With a 'Yard Sale'

    February 13, 2014 4:12 AM EST Phantom Vox, the West Hollywood studio owned by Grammy and Latin Grammy-winning artist Draco Rosa, is set to close at the end of the month. The studio has hosted musicians ranging from Mexican band Kinky and Spanish rock star Enrique Bunbury to Coldplay and Sara Bareilles. Over the past year,…

  3. Enrique Bunbury Q&A: Spanish Rock Icon Finds His Muse on New Album, Plots Tour

    October 16, 2013 5:30 PM EDT Enrique Bunbury, the Spanish rock legend of the instantly recognizable singing voice and theatrical onstage persona, is just another guy in faded black jeans sitting in a busy West Hollywood café on a recent weekday morning. Bunbury admits to feeling a bit nervous about his first…

  4. Juanes, Rubio, More Added To MTV Latin Lineup

    October 10, 2002 12:00 AM EDT Juanes, Paulina Rubio, Kinky, and Molotov have been added to the performance lineup for the inaugural MTV Video Music Awards Latin America. The Oct. 24 event, to be hosted by Argentine TV and radio pe Juanes, Paulina Rubio, Kinky, and Molotov have been added to the performance lineup for the…

  5. 2002 MTV Video Music Awards Latin America nominees

    September 04, 2002 12:00 AM EDT MTV Video Music Awards Latin America nominees Here are the nominees for the first MTV Video Music Awards Latin America, set for Oct. 24 at the Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami Beach. Artist of the Year: Juanes La Ley Alejandro Sanz Shakira Diego Torres Video of the Year: Enrique Iglesias, …