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Luis Miguel's New Christmas Album Launched With Two Simultaneous Singles

Published October 26, 2006
Both "Mi Humilde Oración" (My Grown-Up Christmas List) and "Santa Claus Llegó a la Ciudad" (Santa Claus is Coming to Town) will be released October 23 to Spanish-language radio in the United States, Latin America, and Spain.

Chicago Cultural Center Presents Latin Composers' Takes On "Peace And War"

Published October 25, 2006
A program specially created for the Chicago Humanities Festival showcases the sterling work of premier U.S. and Chicago-based Latino composers, featuring Raul Jaurena along with musicians from the Civic  Orchestra of Chicago.

Matisyahu To Headline First Annual Festival Of Light Concert Series In NYC

Published October 25, 2006
Following a busy season of touring and festival appearances, Matisyahu will give hometown fans a holiday treat this Hannukah at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on December 16, 17, and 19.

Klezmatics Embark Upon Holiday Tour

Published October 23, 2006
Kicking off November 30th, the innovative ambassadors of Yiddish culture and eclectic musicianship will be celebrating the festival of lights with a twist of Woody Guthrie and a December tour.

Roswell Rudd & Badma Khanda's Mongolian Buryat Band Announce Long-Awaited Nine-City U.S. Tour

Published October 20, 2006
Legendary trombonist Roswell Rudd has finally announced a long-awaited string of performances with Badma Khanda's Mongolian Buryat Band. The tour will include concerts in nine U.S. cities.

Kevin Misevis Readies For Upcoming Ch'i Gung Piano Performance

Published October 17, 2006
The fact that it's never been done won't hinder the pianist from teaming up with five Ch'i Gung masters from China for an upcoming performance of spontaneous composition and energy healing.

Marcia Ball Appears In Three Nationally-Televised Programs

Published October 17, 2006
The spotlight's shined on Marcia Ball lately as the boogie and blues pianist, singer and songwriter furthers a career spanding four decades with a few memorable television appearances, including one dedicated to rebuilding the New Orleans music scene.

Mumbai-Based Catholic Secular Forum Sees Slayer Album Banned

Published October 17, 2006
Heavy Metal may be welcome in some parts of the world, but in the case of Slayer, not in India.  A Christian group recently convinced EMI that the band's new album, Christ Illusion, offends people of all faiths.

Freddy Fender 1937-2006

Published October 16, 2006
Freddy Fender, one of the longest running and successful Hispanic artists in America, died Oct. 14 at his house in Corpus Christi, Texas. The cause was lung cancer. He was 69.

Soraya's Broken Strings Memoir Released This Week

Published October 16, 2006
"I would have never imagined becoming a successful [musician], nevertheless one whose fame was ultimately eclipsed by a group of mutant cells.  And yet, I could not be more proud of my accomplishments in the fight against breast cancer."

Celtic Woman Announces Release Of A Christmas Celebration And A Second PBS Special

Published October 12, 2006
Celtic Woman has enthralled U.S. audiences with their record-breaking self-titled debut album, a platinum concert DVD, a PBS special, and four highly successful U.S. tours.

Leahy Celebrate New DVD And CD With Tour

Published October 12, 2006
Leahy is the Canadian powerhouse of eight musical brothers and sisters who have been playing music their entire lives, influenced by all musical genres - roots, pop, Celtic, classical, and country to name only a few.

Kinky Returns To The Stage With Their New Album Reina

Published October 10, 2006
As the tour touches down in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico, Kinky readies to pair off with Gnarls Barkley, Modest Mouse and Duran Duran on select dates.

Tommy Guerrero hits stores today with his new release on Quannum

Published October 10, 2006
You could say that Tommy Guerrero has led a full life. Just look at his résumé of skating, graphic design and a few movie appearances, and now chalk one more up on his list of innovative music recordings.

From Bamako to Buncombe: Lamine Soumano Joins Toubab Krewe for Fall Tour

Published October 10, 2006
North Carolina jammers Toubab Krewe eagerly welcome an out-of-town friend and mentor to tour the U.S.

Heartbeat Records Caps The Year In Groundbreaking Studio One Reggae Series

Published October 10, 2006
Studio One’s twelfth installment, Six the Hard Way, features the music of Slim Smith, The Termites, The Cables, Larry Marshall, The Viceroys, and Willie Williams, in honor of Jamaican Heritage Month.

Heartbeat Records Caps The Year In Groundbreaking Studio One Reggae Series

Published October 10, 2006
Studio One’s 12th installment, Six the Hard Way, features the music of Slim Smith, The Termites, The Cables, Larry Marshall, The Viceroys and Willie Williams, in honor of Jamaican Heritage Month.

Zydeco Master Terrance Simien Appears In HBO Documentary And Performs At Carnegie Hall Premiere

Published October 5, 2006
Simien is featured in the new HBO documentary series The Music In Me and performed with a Zydeco supergroup The Opelousas Playboys at Carnegie Hall.

Latino Alternative Rockers Cage9 To Release Debut Album

Published October 5, 2006
El Motivo due October 17 on Long Live Crime records. The CD will feature English and Spanish lyrics and a tour is in the works.

Rhythms Del Mundo Features Collaborations From Buena Vista Social Club And The UK/US Hottest Pop Artists

Published October 5, 2006
Featuring the last ever recording by Ibrahim Ferrer, the album is in aid of Artists Project Earth, which supports ending climate change and global warming.  

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