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

    December 15, 2014 9:00 AM EST Esteemed Spanish artist retreats from audience of 15,000 after emotional performance. 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…

  2. Vicentico Talks Recording With Willie Nelson, Sly & Robbie, Upcoming Tours

    November 26, 2014 12:00 PM EST Los Fabulosos Cadillacs frontman talks new solo album, band's 30th anniversary Vicentico 's new album, Último Acto , revisits some of the raw-voiced Fabulosos Cadillacs frontman’s best-known songs. But there are surprises. Willie Nelson collaborates on a new version of “Sólo un…

  3. Latin Grammys 2014: Music & Politics Mix as Carlos Vives, Enrique Iglesias Win Big

    November 21, 2014 12:16 AM EST Jorge Drexler, Calle 13 & Paco de Lucia also pick up big prizes, while Obama's immigration speech dominates talk. President Obama was the opening act for the Latin Grammys. It was the talk in Las Vegas during the 15th edition of the awards show, which started more than 10 minutes…

  4. Joan Manuel Serrat Celebrated at Latin Recording Academy's Person of the Year Event

    November 20, 2014 11:25 AM EST Juanes, Vicentico, Diego Torres, Ruben Blades, Calle 13, Pablo Alboran, Miguel Bose and more perform in his honor. At one point during the Latin Recording Academy’s Person of the Year dinner in honor of Spanish singer/songwriter Joan Manuel Serrat on Wednesday night, a video was shown…

  5. Santana, Pitbull, Chris Brown, Wisin, Marc Anthony, Magic! to Perform at Latin Grammys

    November 13, 2014 2:14 PM EST Awards broadcast will feature 20 unique collabs and solo performances. Carlos Santana with Pitbull , Magic! with Marc Anthony , Wisin with Chris Brown and Pitbull, and Regional Mexican star Pepe Aguilar and Spanish pop icon Miguel Bose are among the eclectic pairs set to perform live…

  6. Latin Grammy Awards' Person of the Year Joan Manuel Serrat: 'What I Write Is What I Live'

    November 11, 2014 5:37 PM EST Outside a mountainside cafe just below Barcelona's century-old amusement park, a couple approaches Joan Manuel Serrat , the Latin Grammy Awards' 2014 Person of the Year. From afar it looks like a typical encounter with adoring fans, but it turns out these are two anxious French…

  7. Latin Grammy Watch: Ricky Martin, Camila & J Balvin to Perform

    October 23, 2014 5:16 PM EDT Pop star Ricky Martin , Spanish crooner Pablo Alborán, Colombian reggaeton singer J Balvin , Latin pop band Camila and Mexican sibling act Jesse & Joy are joining the Latin Grammy roster of performers for the Nov. 20 telecast. The show, hosted by Mexican actor/comedian Eugenio Derbez,…

  8. Latin Grammy Watch: Rubén Blades, Miguel Bosé, Calle 13 to Honor Joan Manuel Serrat

    October 21, 2014 8:07 PM EDT The Nov. 19 gala and musical tribute includes Tania Libertad and Joaquin Sabina. Panamanian salsa singer  Rubén Blades , Spanish crooner Miguel  Bosé and Puerto Rico's Calle 13 are among several entertainers paying tribute to Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year Joan Manuel…

  9. Joan Manuel Serrat to Be Honored as Latin Grammy Person of the Year

    September 09, 2014 7:00 AM EDT Spanish singer/songwriter Joan Manuel Serrat has been named the 2014 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year and will be celebrated during a gala on Nov. 19 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. The Barcelona-born Serrat started playing music as a teen as he learned the craft both as…

  10. Francisco Cespedes,"Te Acuerdas"

    July 21, 2009 11:32 AM EDT Francisco Céspedes, who is nostalgic by nature, sings some of his old favorites on "Te Acuerdas" ("You Remember"). Backed by a band of contemporary Cuban jazz standouts, he shows his lighter side on treatments by the Spanish folk icon Joan Manuel Serrat and the famed…

  11. Soraya Reveals A Different Side On New Set

    February 18, 2005 12:00 AM EST Excerpted from the magazine for Billboard.com. When Soraya won the 2004 Latin Grammy Award for best singer/songwriter album, she was caught off guard. The artist was up against some of Latin music's most venerable songwriters, including Joan Manuel Serrat, Joan Sebastian and Leon Giecco.…