Latin GRAMMY® Recipients To Be Revealed on Nov. 10 When the 12th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards® Airs Live on the Univision Network from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas (See the complete list of Nominees in the enclosed document)
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The Latin Recording Academy® and the Miami-based Artist Unveiled Artwork at Today's Nominations Announcement in Hollywood
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PEPE AGUILAR, DESMOND CHILD, REYLI, AND LOS TUCANES DE TIJUANA ADDED AS PRESENTERS TO ANNOUNCE NOMINATIONS FOR THE 12TH ANNUAL LATIN GRAMMY® AWARDS
Two-time Latin GRAMMY®winner Pepe Aguilar; from Latin pop trio Alex, Jorge y Lena, Lena Burke and Jorge Villamizar; two-time GRAMMY® and 10 time Latin GRAMMY-winning Urban/hip-hop duo Calle 13; Latin GRAMMY-winning music producer Desmond Child; singer/songwriter Myriam Hernández; pop singer Merche; Norteño band Los Tucanes de Tijuana; pop singer Reyli; and from alternative rock band Zoé, Angel Mosqueda and Rodrigo Guardiola will help announce nominations for the 12th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards.
ALEX, JORGE Y LENA, CALLE 13, MYRIAM HERNANDEZ, MERCHE AND ZOE TO ANNOUNCE NOMINATIONS FOR THE 12TH ANNUAL LATIN GRAMMY® AWARDS
From Latin pop trio Alex, Jorge y Lena, Lena Burke and Jorge Villamizar; two-time GRAMMY® and eight time Latin GRAMMY®-winning Urban/hip-hop duo Calle 13; singer/songwriter Myriam Hernández; pop singer Merche; and from alternative rock band Zoé, Angel Mosqueda and Rodrigo Guardiola will help announce nominations for the 12th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards. Gabriel Abaroa Jr., President/CEO of The Latin Recording Academy®, and Univision personality Giselle Blondet as well as key members of the music industry and cultural community will be in attendance. More presenters to be announced shortly.
Latin GRAMMY® winner, singer Susana Baca, a champion of Afro-Peruvian music, has been named Minister of Culture in her native Peru. Newly elected Peruvian President Ollanta Humala, who took office Thursday, named her to the post. Baca becomes the first Afro-Peruvian minister in the country´s history.
The credentialing process for the 12th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards will begin on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011.