One of the biggest Latin Grammy Award honors goes to those who have created some of the most memorable songs of the year. It's a category that recognizes the creative process by honoring the songwriter, as opposed to record of the year, which is bestowed to the recording artist and producer.
The 13th edition of the Latin Grammy Awards returns to Las Vegas this year and will air live from the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino on Univision on Nov. 15. The Spanish-language broadcast -- which will air 8 p.m.-11 p.m. ET/PT (7 p.m. CT) -- is one of TV's most-watched nights and features some of the biggest names in Latin music. The awards show, and events that take place during the week, are a partn
This year's best new artist Latin Grammy Award nominees originate from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Spain, Venezuela and the United States. Each contender qualifies for a nomination in this category based on albums that "first establish their identity to the public as performers," according to the Latin Recording Academy.
Latin Recording Academy Honors Hitmakers The Latin Recording Academy celebrates several legendary artists for Latin Grammy week, which begins Nov. 14, including veteran Spanish singer/songwriter Luz Casal, Argentine crooner Leo Dan, Puerto Rico-born Rita Moreno and Brazil's Milton Nascimento. The ceremony, held at the Four Seasons in Las Vegas, will also recognize singer/actress Daniela Romo, jazz
Luis Miguel Tops Texas Fest Pop singer Luis Miguel will headline the People en Espanol Festival Sept. 1-2 in San Antonio. The Warner Music artist, who rarely performs at festivals, will be joined at the Alamodome by Daddy Yankee, Prince Royce, Tito "El Bambino," Larry Hernandez, 3BallMTY and DJ Juan Magan, among others. During the day, the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center will host presentatio
The year was 1972 and a storm was headed their way on the night when the Garcia brothers recorded their first album as Los Huracanes del Norte (the Hurricanes of the North). Forty years later, the former laborers who worked the fields picking fruit are still entertaining audiences who know them for their signature norteno sound that relies heavily on the accordion and a 12-string instrument known