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5 Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (March 12) – Billboard

From career milestones and new music releases to major announcements and more, Billboard editors highlight the latest Latin music news every week. Here’s what’s been happening in the Latin music world this week. Latin hitmakers share their top tips To explore See the latest videos, graphics and news See the …

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Why ‘Waiting on a Miracle’ Was Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hardest ‘Encanto’ Song to Write

“Waiting on a Miracle” by Mirabel Madrigal is Disney’s “I Want” song Encanta, composed by Lin-Manuel Miranda. This track posed additional challenges for Miranda, however, as the artist said a trip to Colombia brought him clarity. Lin-Manuel Miranda created Mirabel’s solo song, ‘Waiting on a Miracle’ Lin-Manuel Miranda attends the …

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Extension of the Sheridan Campus COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic in Brampton

By Ryan Rumbolt Published on February 22, 2022 at 4:21 p.m. The COVID-19 walk-in vaccination clinic at Sheridan’s Davis campus in Brampton is extended for two weeks. The temporary clinic was scheduled to close last week, but will continue until March 5 to allow residents more opportunities to receive a …

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Colombian singer-songwriter Sebastián Yatra calls ‘Encanto’ a gift from God – NBC Los Angeles

Sebastián Yatra calls his experience with Disney’s “Encanto” a “gift from God”. The Colombian singer-songwriter performs “Dos Oruguitas”, written by Lin-Manuel Miranda and nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song. The film is also nominated for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Score. “To be present in this way …

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Stephanie Trudeau brings “Becoming Chavela” to Don’t Tell Mama in March

Actress/cabaret singer Stephanie Trudeau will return to Don’t Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, March 3 at 7:00 p.m. in the updated version of her musical docu-cabaret, “Becoming Chavela.” Written and performed by Ms. Trudeau, the play is more than just a musical cabaret based on the songs of legendary …

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Alfonso Herrera Stay Grounded – Latina

Alfonso Herrera, 38, who appears as cartel scion Javi Navarro in the fourth and final season of Netflix’s dark family drama “ozarktakes calls from Zoom lying in his beloved hammock. In mid-January, I interviewed Herrera, the acclaimed actor and musician, on the night of the premiere of the new season …

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Exclusive: Televisa and Univision will launch a Spanish-language streaming platform in the first half

Televisa co-chief executive Alfonso de Angoitia leaves after attending an interview with Reuters, in Mexico City, Mexico January 28, 2022. REUTERS/Henry Romero Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MEXICO CITY, Jan 31 (Reuters) – Mexican broadcast powerhouse Grupo Televisa and U.S.-based Univision (UVN.UL) are preparing to launch …

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Harry’s Smoke & Dough Empanada BBQ Opening in Kendall FL

The new Smoke & Dough BBQ restaurant from Empanada founders Harry, Harry and Michelle Coleman Handout Miami has responded so well to a restaurant specializing in empanadas from all over Latin America that owner Harry Coleman thought he could do the same with barbecue. So the co-founder of the hit …

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Demonstration, pandemic, Haitian fall: a look at 2021 in Latin America and the Caribbean

Few regions of the world have suffered as much from the COVID-19 pandemic – from death rates to unemployment rates – as Latin America and the Caribbean. In 2021, it also put strong political pressure on the region, especially in countries with close ties to South Florida such as Colombia, …

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Wanderlust led to 100 interesting new Mexicans | Local news

If you want to connect with 100 interesting New Mexicans, Frank Graziano can help. He has just completed personal interviews with an unusually wide range of state residents, and the tapes of the interviews, along with photographs of the subjects, are now housed at the Center for Southwest Research at …

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Where to watch the 2021 Red Bull Batalla World Finals

The wait is over, and the Red Bull Batalla World Final 2021 is here to crown the best Spanish-speaking freestyler in the rap competition. After an entire year of touring a series of fun venues around the world, on Saturday 11 December, from the historic open-air amphitheater of Quinta Vergara …

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Explore the vibrant city of Madrid from the Hard Rock Hotel

It was Ella Fitzgerald’s interpretation of Autumn in New York that kept spinning in my head as I visited the Spanish capital, Madrid. Not so ridiculous though as I was walking through a cityscape filled with tall buildings, dense crowds, and trees covered in brown leaves. 5 Madrid’s central pond …

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Spotlight on spectrum prices in Latin America

Investment commitments and hedging obligations have been consolidated under the spectrum licenses in Latin America. In general, there is an inversely proportional relationship between the cost of spectrum and the investments of the operators, which is why collection-oriented tenders are less and less used as the processes aim to bridge …

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Mid-New York Musician Wins First Latin Grammy Award

Syracuse, NY – A musician from central New York City won his first Latin Grammy Award last night. Roberto Sierra, a classical music composer who lives in Camille, on Thursday won the award for best contemporary classical composition at the Latin Grammys 2021. His composition, “Sonata Para Guitarra” (“Sonata” for …

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V’s new music tour – V Magazine

Here are some of the biggest and best releases of the week Here are some of the biggest and best releases of the week Hello and welcome to the spooky season! Or, as I like to call it, the spooky season! While you’re on the go, hoping to play with …

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Publication files: Jhené Aiko and Elvie Shane at WCM

Rome Phrey Publishing and Warner Chappell Music (WCM) Nashville signed a publishing contract with the singer / songwriter Elvie shane. The Wheelhouse / BMG Records the artist’s first single, “My Boy” is currently # 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay and Country Aircheck tables. Shane’s first full album, Recidivist, is …

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Summary of the entertainment news: F1-racing drivers defend Netflix series after Verstappen snob; It’s not Kanye, it’s Ye, after judge approves name change and more

Here is a summary of the current entertainment briefs. F1-racing drivers defend Netflix series after Verstappen snob The main Formula 1 driver on Thursday defended the popular Netflix series “Drive to Survive” after Red Bull championship leader Max Verstappen said he was snubbing it because he felt some of the …

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Economic recovery trumps climate action in Latin America

Aerial view of a sinkhole found by farmers in a crop field in Santa Maria Zacatepec, Mexico. (Photo by JOSE CASTANARES / AFP via Getty Images) The decision of Brazil and Mexico to delay or even reverse their commitments under the Paris Climate Agreement could have potentially negative effects at …

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The activist side of K-pop in PeruGlobal Voices

Image of BTS Peru Sede Chiclayothe Facebook page of Adriana Velásquez originally wrote this article for The Antigone, it was edited, translated and republished by Global Voices. The term K-pop is no longer foreign to Peru despite the distance that separates the country of more than 16,000 kilometers from South …

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Houston Shows & Concerts: October 2021

The Jonas Brothers head to the Woodlands | Photo: Jack Gorlin; Courtesy of Amazon Studios Take your seats for our picks for the best concerts and live shows taking place in Houston in October 2021. H-Town’s concert schedule is picking up steam this fall with stages across Houston welcoming legends …

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Latinx podcast episodes dedicated to Latinity and identity

With the start of Latinx / Hispanic Heritage Month come the inevitable conversations about our identities and culture. Going through social media can seem overwhelming at times, but luckily there are entire podcast episodes dedicated to these topics. Longtime favorites of Latinx podcasts, such as Locatora Radio and Code Switch, …

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Cesar Chavez’s legacy lives on in Biden’s staff, Oval Office

WASHINGTON (AP) – When President Barack Obama traveled to California to dedicate a national monument to Latino labor leader Cesar Chavez nearly ten years ago, a group of the activist’s relatives were invited to pose for photos with President. Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Chavez’s granddaughter, stayed behind. As an Obama staff …

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Sofia Reyes, Alexis y Fido & More: First Latin Stream

Dylan Fuentes, Arena (Interscope recordings) Dylan Fuentes has just fallen Arena, an aerial and captivating EP with the seal of summer. Fuentes, who first appeared on the radar with his Latin R&B fusions, didn’t hesitate to experiment on this six-track production, rocking Nigerian artist-producer Daramola. Starting with the electro-dancehall “Felicia”, …

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People’s Light announces a summer of live music

Gather your friends and family for live music at People’s Light all summer long! Driving Concerts return to the theater’s back parking lot, with a wide variety of bands performing June through September. Don’t miss the very first Folk weekend at People’s Light, featuring six acts on two stages on …

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“In the Heights” review summary: see what the critics are saying

Lights up on Washington Heights. The opening weekend of the big screen adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first Broadway musical “In the Heights” is finally upon us after the COVID-19 pandemic delays its theatrical release for almost a year. Critics say the ‘driven’, ‘joyful’, ‘life-affirming’ and ‘socially distance-less’ cinematic wonder is …

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Regional Mexican: 23 Women You Should Know

Adriana rios Hailing from Tijuana, Mexico, Adriana Rios is a must-watch in the regional Mexican kingdom. The singer-songwriter, who tours her two singles “Ya No Me Importa” and “Hoy Dame El Gusto”, is signed to AfinArte Music and has already shared the stage with titans of Latin music such as …

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5 songs for your summer playlist | Chicago News

Music journalist Sandra Treviño enjoys sharing Latin alternative music so much that she has three: her own site, Enchúfate; arts and culture site Gozamos; and collaborative Future Rootz. As we prepare to celebrate the start of summer, Treviño has five new songs perfect for a road trip or a day …

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C. Tangana: from rap to flamenco, with a Latin touch

Published on: 05/23/2021 – 07:14Amended: 05/23/2021 – 07:13 Madrid (AFP) Spanish rapper C. Tangana was taking a big risk when he started mixing old-fashioned influences like flamenco and bossa nova into his hip-hop – but it’s that eclectic sound that made him a phenomenon on both sides of Atlantic. The …

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Each Latin album release in May 2021

From Lunay’s “El Niño” to Carlos Rivera’s “Leyendas”, and beyond, check out all the sets below. Abhir Hathi – Lazos and NudosRelease date: May 21 Newcomer Abhir Hathi brings his debut album loaded with futuristic trap sounds, indie-EDM fusions and more, as we heard in previously released singles “Reflejos”, “Perros”, …

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ASCAP Latin Music Prize 2021: list of winners

Meanwhile, Karol G and Nicki Minaj’s viral collaboration “Tusa,” which became the first song by two female artists to debut at No. 1 on Hot Latin Songs, received the ASCAP song award. year. “Tusa,” which is an inspiring ode to heartache, was written by Keityn and Juan Camilo Vargas Vásquez …

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The Series Season 2 Trailer Continues The Life Story

Luis Miguel, El Sol de Mexico, fascinates his audience with his music and his life. Netflix released the trailer for the Spanish language Luis Miguel: the series starring the multi-talented Diego Boneta. For the second season, the series reveals in two different timelines the ups and downs the superstar has …

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