Latin Grammy Awards 2011: vincitori ed esibizioni

Latin Grammy Awards 2011: vincitori ed esibizioni

Con qualche giorno di ritardo, pubblichiamo oggi la lista dei vincitori della dodicesima edizione dei Latin Grammy Awards. Questo 2011 ha visto dominare i Calle 13, il duo di Puerto Rico che si è aggiudicato ben 9 premi.

Fra gli altri protagonisti della serata anche una sfavillante Shakira che, portando a casa l’award, ha dato prova della propria bravura on stage intonando alcuni dei suoi ultimi successi tra cui l’ultimo singolo “Antes De Las Seis”.

Dopo i salto troverete la lista dei winners e le performance della serata (Pitbull, Usher, Romeo Santos, Demi Lovato e Marc Anthony).

Album of the Year: ‘Entren Los Que Quieran’ by Calle 13
Best Female Pop Vocal Album: ‘Sale El Sol’ by Shakira
Best Male Pop Vocal Album: ‘En Primera Fila’ by Franco De Vita
Best Pop Vocal Album by a Duo or Group:’Alex, Jorge Y Lena’ by Alex, Jorge, y Lena
Best Urban Music Album: ‘Entren Los Que Quieran’ by Calle 13
Best Urban Song: ‘Baile De Los Pobres’ written by Rafa Arcaute and Calle 13
Best Rock Album: ‘Mienteme – Prometeme’ by Don Tetto
Best Rock Song: ‘Labios Rotos’ written by Leon Larregui and Zoe
Best Alternative Music Album: ‘Musica De Fondo: MTV Unplugged’ by Zoe
Best Alternative Song: ‘Calma Pueblo’ written by Rafa Arcaute and Calle 13
Best Salsa Album: ‘Todos Vuelven Live’ by Ruben Blades y Seis Del Solar
Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album: ‘Tesoros’ by Juan Carlos Coronel
Best Contemporary Tropical Album: ‘Invencible’ by Tito El Bambino
Best Traditional Tropical Album: ‘The Last Mambo’ by Cachao
Best Tropical Song: ‘Vamo A Portarnos Mal’ written by Calle 13
Best Singer-Songwriter Album: ‘Dias Nuevos’ by Gian Marco
Best Ranchero Album: ‘El Hombre Que Mas Te Amo’ by Vicente Fernadez
Best Banda Album: ‘Todo Depende De Ti’ by La Arrolladora Banda El Limon De Rene Camacho
Best Tejano Album: ‘Recuerdos’ by Little Joe and La Familia
Best Norteño Album: ‘Los Tigres Del Norte and Friends MTV Unplugged’ by Los Tigres Del Norte
Best Regional Mexican Song: ‘Tu Me Vuelves Loco’ written by Marco Antonio Solis
Best Instrumental Album: ‘Forever’ by Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, and Lenny White
Best Folk Album: ‘Deja La Vida Volar – En Gira’ by Mercedes Sosa
Best Tango Album: ‘Cigala & Tango’ by Diego El Cigala
Best Flamenco Album: ‘La Orilla De Mi Pelo’ by Nina Pastori
Best Latin Jazz Album: ‘Panamericana Suite’ by Paquito D’Rivera
Best Spanish Language Christian Album: ‘Lenguaje De Amor’ by Alex Campos
Best Portugese Language Christian Album: ‘Extraordinario Amor De Deus’ by Aline Barros
Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album: ‘Quinze’ by Jota Quest
Best Brazilian Rock Album: ‘Zii E Zie – Ao Vivo’ by Caetano Veloso
Best Samba/Pagode Album: ‘Exaltasamba 25 Anos – Ao Vivo’ by Exaltasamba
Best Musica Popular Brasileira Album: ‘Aria’ by Djavan
Best Sertanja Music Album: ‘Joao Bosco & Vinicius’ by Joao Bosco and Vinicius
Best Native Brazilian Roots Album: ‘Sinfonia & Batuques’ by Nana Vasconcelos
Best Portuguese Language Brazilian Song: ‘De Repente (Versao Estudio)’ written by Nando Reis and Samuel Rosa
Best Latin Children¿s Album: ‘Musica De Brinquedo’ by Pato Fu
Best Classical Album: ‘Brazilian Guitar Quartet Plays Villa-Lobos’ by the Brazilian Guitar Quartet
Best Classical Contemporary Composition: ‘Panamericana Suite’ composed by Paquito D’rivera
Best Recording Package: ‘Chico & Rita’ art by Javier Mariscal
Best Engineered Album: ‘Drama Y Luz’ engineered by Benny Faccone and thom Russo
Producer of the Year: Rafael Arcaute and Calle 13
Best Short Form Music Video: Calma Pueblo by Calle 13
Best Long Form Music Video: ‘En Primera Fila’ by Franco De Vita

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