2012 Latin Grammy Award Winners

2012 Latin Grammy Award Winners

Las Vegas : NV : USA | Nov 15, 2012 at 11:36 PM PST
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On November 15 the Latin Recording Academy presented the thirteenth annual Latin Grammy Awards at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. The event was hosted by Lucero and Cristian de la Fuente.

The party started with a performance from Pitbull of “Don’t Stop the Party”. Pedro Fernandez, Pablo Alboran, Joan Sebastian, 3Ball MTY, America Sierra, El Bebeto, DJ Juan Magan, Alejandro Sanz, Michel Telo, the Blue Man Group, Jesse & Joy, Juan Luis Guerra, Shaila Durcal, Kivas De Cindy Shea, David Bisbal, Victor Manuelle, Gerardo Ortiz, Caetano Veloso – Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year, Sandoval, Lila Downs, Toto La Momposina, Celso Pina, Prince Royce, and Sky Blu of LMFAO kept the party going with their performances; while Latin legend and Juanes gave a joint history making performance.

Winners of the 2012 Latin Grammy Awards are…
Record of the Year: “¡Corre!” by Jesse & Joy
Song of the Year: “¡Corre!” by Jesse & Joy
Best New Artist: 3BallMTY
Album of the Year: “MTV Unplugged” by Juanes
Best Rock Album: “Desde Rusia con Amor” by Molotov
Best Rock Song: “Cuando Sea Grande” written by Roberto Musso
Best Pop/Rock Album: “Porfiado” by El Cuarteto De Nos
Best Spanish Language Christian Album: “25 Concierto Conmemorativo”
Best Portuguese Language Christian Album: “Aline Barros & Cia 3” by Aline Barros
Best Latin Jazz Album: “Dear Diz (Every Day I Think of You” by Arturo Sandoval
Best Engineered Album: “Dear Diz (Every Day I Think of You” by Arturo Sandoval; engineered by Gregg Field, Don Murray, and Paul Blakemore
Producer of the Year: Juan Luis Guerra for “MTV Unplugged” by Juanes
Best Ranchero Album: “Mas De Un Camino” by Pepe Aguilar
Best Banda Album: “Irreversible…2012” by La Arrolladora Banda El Limon De Rene Camacho

Best Tejano Album: “Algo Esta Pasando” by Joe Posada
Best Norteno Album: “365 Dias” by Los Tucanes De Tijuana
Best Regional Mexican Song: “El Mejor Perfume” written by Luis Carlos Monroy and Adrian Pieragostino
Best Salsa Album: “Soy Y Sere” by Luis Enrique
Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album: “Le Canta A San Jacinto” by Juan Pina
Best contemporary Tropical Album: “Aqui Estoy Yo” by Milly Quezada
Best Traditional Tropical Album: “Un Bolero Para Ti” by Eliades Ochoa
Best Tropical Song: “Toma Mi Vida” written by Yoel Henriquez and Alex Puentes
Best Tropical Fusion Album: “Ilusion+” by Fonseca
Best Brazilian contemporary Pop Album: “Musicas Para Churrasco Vol. 1” by Seu Jorge”
Best Brazilian Rock Album: “celebracao & Sacrificio” by Beto Lee
Best Samba/Pagode Album: “So Danco Samba Ao Vivo” by Emilio Santiago and “Nosso Samba Ta Na Rua” by Beth Carvalho
Best MPB – Musica Popular Brasileria – Album:
”Especial Ivete, Gil e Caetano” by Caetano Gilberto Gil, and Ivete Sangalo
Best Portuguese Language Brazilian Song: “Querido Diario” written by Chico Buarque
Best Seraneja Music Album: “Chitaozinho & Xororo – 40 Anos – Sinfonico” by Chitaozinho and Xororo
Best Instrumental Album: “Further Explorations” by Chick Corea, Eddie Gomez, and Paul Motian
Best Short form Music Video: “Me Voy” by Jesse & Joy
Best Long form Music Video: “MTV Unplugged” by Juanes
Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album: “¿Con Quien Se Queda El Perro?” by Jesse & Joy
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: “Una Noche En El teatro Real” by david Bisbal
Best Alternative Music Album: “Dejenme Llorar” by Carla Morrison
Best Alternative Song: “Dejenme Llorar” written by Carla Morrison
Best Folk Album: “Pecados Y Milagros” by Lila Downs
Best Tango Album: “Tango Como Yo Te Siento” by Arturo Sandoval
Best Flamenco Album: “En Vivo Conciertos Espana 2010” by Paco De Lucia
Best Classical Album: “Brasileiro: Works of Francisco Mignone” by Cuarteto Latinoamericano
Best Classical Contemporary Composition: “Seduccion” composed by Yalil Guerra
Best Urban Music Album: “MTO2 New Generation” by Don Omar
Best Urban Song: “Hasta Que Salga El Sol” written by Ramon Enrique Casillas Rios and Don Omar
Best Singer/Songwriter Album: “20 Anos” by Gian Marco
Best Latin Children’s Album: “Maria teresa Chacin Canta Cuentos” by Maria teresa Chacin
Best Recording Package: “Cambie De Nombre” by art director Miguel Vasquez

Sherrill Fulghum is based in Niagara Falls, New York, United States of America, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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