Who Are the 2018 Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Nominees?

Marco Antonio Solis performs in Miami
 Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images for iHeartMedia

Marco Antonio Solis performs at American Airlines Arena on Nov. 7, 2015 in Miami.

The Hall of Fame has opened up voting to determine this year’s six honorees. Vote for your favorite artists!

Twenty-four nominees for the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame’s 2018 honors have been announced by the Miami-based organization’s board of directors and officers. They include Latin pop stars Juanes and Gloria Trevi, Argentine rock icon Charly Garcia and salsa pioneer Willie Colón.

Six of the 24 will ultimately be elected for induction into the Hall of Fame, and will be honored at the La Musa Awards gala, to take place on Oct. 18 at the James L. Knight Center in Miami.

The organization has opened up voting to the public on its website. Voting will be open until midnight on April 15.

Here is the complete list of 2018 Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame nominees:

Performing songwriter Nominees: 

Charly García (Argentina)

João Gilberto (Brazil)

Horacio Salinas (Chile)

Juanes (Colombia)

Chucho Valdes (Cuba)

Marco Antonio Solís (Mexico)

Gloria Trevi (Mexico)

Vico C (Puerto Rico)

Willy Colón (Puerto Rico)

Joan Manuel Serrat (Spain)

Ruben Rada (Uruguay)

Oscar D’ León (Venezuela)


Non-performing songwriter nominees:

Chico Navarro (Argentina)

Erasmo Carlos (Brazil)

Armando Larrinaga (Cuba)

Kike Santander (Colombia)

Carlos Rubira Infante (Ecuador)

Guillermo de León Ruíz (Guatemala)

Armando Ávila (Mexico)

Roberto Angleró (Puerto Rico)
Rafael Solano (Dominican Republic)

Luis Gomez Escolar (Spain)

KC Porter (USA)

Fernando Osorio (Venezuela)