2010 Latin Grammy Award Winners
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2010 Latin Grammy Award Winners

Las Vegas : NV : USA | Nov 11, 2010 at 11:45 PM PST
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On Thursday night the Latin music community honoured the best in Latin music with the Latin Grammy Awards. But before the live presentation from Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, the Latin Recording Industry honoured the Latin Person of the Year – Placido Domingo – with a concert. Award winning Latin pop star Ricky Martin presented the award to Domingo during the live awards presentation.

The eleventh annual Latin Grammy Awards was a fiesta of Cirque du Soleil performances, dance routines, and lots of joyful music. Latin stars like Marc Anthony, Banda El Recodo, Camila, Alejandro Fernandez, Juan Luis Guerra, Enrique Iglesias, Ricky Martin, Rosario, Aleks Syntek, Nelly Furtado, Prince Royce, and Wisin y Yandel took to the stage performing their hits.

Winners of the 2010 Latin Grammy Awards…

Record of the Year: “Mientes” by Camila

Song of the Year: “Mientes” by Camila

Best New Artist: Alex Cuba

Album of the Year: “A Son de Guerra” by Juan Luis Guerra

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album: “Fuerza Natural” by Gustavo Cerati

Best Rock Song: “Déjà vu” by Gustavo Cerati

Best Spanish Language Christian Album: “Tienes que Creer” by Monica

Best Portuguese Language Christian Album: “Na Extremidade” by Marina de Oliveira

Best Latin Jazz Album: “Sambolero” by the Joao Donato Trio

Best Engineered Album: “Distinto” by Diego Torres

Producer of the Year: Jorge Calandrelli and Gregg Field for “A Time for Love” by Arturo Sandoval

and

Sergio George for “Corazon Sin Cara” by Prince Royce

Best Ranchero Album: “Necesito de Ti” by Vicente Fernandez

Best Banda Album: “Me Gusta todo de Ti” by Banda El Recodo De Cruz Lizarraga

and

”Soy Tu Maestro” by La Original Banda El Limon De Salvador Lizarrago

Best Tejano Album: “Fantasia” by Elida Reyna y Avante

Best Norteno Album: “Desde La Cantina Vol. 1” by Grupo Pesado

Best Regional Mexican Song: “Amarte a La Antigua” by Pedro Fernandez

Best Salsa Album: “Irrepetible” by Gilberto Santa Rosa

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album: “Listo Pa’la Foto” by Diomedes Diaz y Alvaro Lopez

Best Contemporary Tropical Album: “A Son De Guerra” by Juan Luis Guerra

Best Traditional Tropical Album: “El Ultimo Trago” by Buika

Best Tropical Song: “Bachata en Fukuoka” by Juan Luis Guerra

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album: “Bom Tempo” by Sergio Mendes

Best Brazilian Rock Album: “Camisa 10 Joga Bola Ate na Chuva”

Best Samba/Pagode Album: “To Fazendo a Minha Parte” by Diogo Nogueira

Best Musica Popular Brasileira Album: “Baanda Dois” by Gilberto Gil

Best Portuguese Language Brazilian Song: “Tua” by Maria Bethania

Best Sertaneja Music Album: “Double Face” by Zaza di Camargo & Luciano

Best Native Brazilian roots Album: “Fena Festa” by Gilberto Gil

Best Instrumental Album: “A Time for Love” by Arturo Sandoval

Best Short form Music Video: “Bien of Mal” by Julieta Venegas

Best Long form Music Video: “Una Noche Comun y Sin Corriente”

Best Female Pop Vocal Album: “Mi Plan” by Nelly Furtado

Best Male Pop Vocal Album: “Paraiso Express” by Alejandro Sanz

Best Duo or Group Pop Vocal Album: “Dejarte De Amar” by Camila

Best Alternative Music Album: “Hombre Invisible” by Ely Guerra

Best Alternative Song: “De Donde Vengo Yo” by Gloria “Goyo” Marintez

Best Folk Album: “tesoros De La Musica Venezolana” by Ilan Chester

Best Tango Album: “De Corazon a Corazon Mariachi Tango”

Best Flamenco Album: “Sonanta Suite” by Tomatito

Best Classical Albulm: “Integral Cuartetos De Cuerda” by Leo Brouwer

and

”Vital” by Fernando Otero

Best Classical Contemporary Composition: “Pampas” by Lalo Schifrin off of”Antonio Lysy at the Broad: Music from Argentina”

Best Urban Music Album: “Mi Nina Bonita” by Chino y Nacho

Best Urban Song: “No Pidas Perdon” by Mala Rodriguez

Best Album by a Singer-Songwriter: “Cantares del Subdesarrollo” by Ruben Blades

Best Latin Children’s Album: “Luis Pescetti” by Luis Pescetti

Best Recording Package: “Fuerza Natural” by the Rock Instrument Bureau.

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