1. Watch Highlights From Mega-Concert For Refugees in Barcelona

    February 11, 2017 3:50 PM EST Joan Manuel Serrat, Antonio Orozco, Amaral and Macaco were among the dozens of artists who took the stage at welcoming party and political rally displaced people Iconic singer-songwriter Joan Manuel Serrat, veteran rocker Manolo García and pop stars Antonio Orozco, and Amaral  among more than…

  2. Artists Record Joan Manuel Serrat's 'Mediterraneo' for Refugees: Watch

    January 15, 2017 4:34 PM EST More than 20 artists, including Spanish pop idol Antonio Orozco and rock group Estopa , have collectively recorded a new version of Joan Manuel Serrat ’s poetic classic “Mediterráneo” to bring attention to the current plight of refugees in the Mediterranean and to press for a call to action…

  3. From Yeezy to Madonna, Rocker Tees Aren't Just for Rock Stars Anymore

    October 14, 2016 7:05 PM EDT Spring 2017 is more than a few months away, but if you look at the runway for trends, you’ll see vibrant stripes, pops of pink and the omnipresent slogan tee. While some are just sayings like Haider Ackermann’s "Silent Soldier" and "Be Your Own Hero," a number of brands…

  4. 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…

  5. 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…

  6. 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.…