María Inés Guerra Núñez known as María Inés Guerra, is a Mexican TV hostess and singer. In 2002 gained fame after receiving the news to be accepted in the musical TV Academy, while in the city of Paris, France on tour with the theater ensemble ITESM. During the reality show, songs like "Hijo de la luna", "Soledad" and "Do not cry for me Argentina" received favorable reviews for his performance, but after her performance in the fifteenth concert gets the tenth competition. Alongside her generation received diamond wheel for more than 1,500,000 copies sold every concert disc released weekly. Following his participation by Academy Launches "María Inés" her first album under the record label BMG-Ariola, the single "A través de tu recuerdo," was well received in different parts of the country. However, her career and interests expanded to other facets achieved to date one of the most frequent presenting not only of TV Azteca, but the art world since joining the morning show "Con sello de mujer."
Continued entertainment,'s mention just a few, "Aguas con el muro", "High School Musical" and "Disco de oro", the latter sharing the stage with José Luis Rodríguez "El Puma" who named her "The most beautiful Hostess in the Mexican Television Networks. " In her first chance performance appears to represent an antagonistic role in the soap opera "Enamórate" but is in theater that showcases works as "Peter Pan" and "The Vagina Monologues", however is consolidated by winning the recognition as "Best Newcomer" by starring in the musical "The coming deluge", where he received multiple ovations when projecting fluency, stage presence and a high level of growth vocal. Complementing in this area makes dubbing into Spanish for television series such as "The Imagers" and "Grey's Anatomy" and dubbing his foray into film with "Tinker Bell: Secret of the Fairies", her image has crossed borders, achieving further his career towards internationalization with the weekly program "Update" on channel Glitz *, as a presenter on E!
Entertainment Television, as well as starring in La florería de Sofía, children's series broadcast by Disney Junior for northern Latin America. In her ten-year career has become one of the most beautiful faces on television, recognized by the public and with a promising future in the art world. Note that this is one of the graduates of the reality show, still in force, although their priority is driving, does not rule out return to music in a few years with some soul disc that reflects your personal style more, meanwhile the musical theater and interpret songs for Disney have kept her singing career, she participated the weekly "Estilo DF" on E! Entertainment Television participates in reuniting with her former fellow of La Academia for its tenth anniversary. In this year is expected to launch its own line of jewelry in silver, which penetrates as a designer and entrepreneur; the daughter of Oscar Guerra and Laura Núñez, María Inés has two siblings, which were named after their parents. She has Oscar.
As a child, she became interested in having a career in the world of entertainment in acting and singing. She participated in several plays. María Inés has not set aside education because of this and completed high school in the late'90s. For college, she attended the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education, one of the most prestigious and renowned colleges in Mexico and Latin America, where she majored in architecture. In 2002, María Inés was selected among thousands of singers throughout Mexico to participate in La Academia, a national talent search similar to American Idol. Throughout the competition, she received both good and bad critics, her best performance being Hijo de la Luna, by Spanish group Mecano. María Inés served as a particular case in the competition, she was eliminated the fifth week of the competition, was awarded the 13th place prize. María Inés was brought back two weeks during a special concert in which three former contestants were to come back to the show.
Five weeks she was once again eliminated. A second concert for former contestants to come back was announced. In this concert, she interpreted "No Llores por mí, Argentina", the Spanish version of Madonna's "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina", received excellent critics from the four judges. Controversy arose after María Inés was not selected to re-enter the reality though an internet poll in La Academia's official website showed her as the favorite to do so. After 13 weeks of competition, she received the 10th place in the reality. Within the show, she began a relationship with Raúl Sandoval. In La Academia Maria Ines interpreted: After La Academia, Maria Ines participated in several other projects for TV Azteca, she first appeared in the Desafio de Estrellas, a competition between the 32 participants of the first and second generations of La Academia. In the fourth concert, after becoming one of the 16 finalists, Maria Ines was eliminated and received the 16th place of the competition, ousting 16 other participants from both generations.
In the Desafio Maria Ines interpreted: Maria Ines participated in several concerts of the show Homenaje a... which had the same format as La Academia, with contestants from that same show. A prize money was given in every show to the best singer but Maria Ines never received this prize though she appeared as one of the top 5 singers in all of the four concerts she participated in. Throughout the series of concerts Maria Ines interpreted famous songs from artists such as Rocío Dúrcal and Juan Gabriel
Soraya Raquel Lamilla Cuevas was a Colombian-American singer/songwriter, guitarist and record producer. A successful Colombian music star, she had two number-one songs on Billboard's Latin Pop Airplay charts, she won a 2004 Latin Grammy Award for "Best Album by Songwriter" for the self-titled album Soraya, which she produced, received a 2005 Latin Grammy Award nomination for "Female Pop Vocal Album" for her album El Otro Lado de Mi. She was the opening act for the 2005 Billboard Latin Music Awards, her career spanned ten years, she recorded five albums. Soraya died on May 2006 following a long struggle against breast cancer. Soraya Raquel Lamilla Cuevas was born in Point Pleasant, New Jersey, a year after her father and brother moved to the United States from their native Colombia; the family moved back to Colombia when she was a baby, but when Soraya was eight years old, they returned to New Jersey. "Soraya" is a common name in the Middle East, its meaning can be translated "Galaxy" and not "rich" or "princess".
Soraya's maternal relatives were Lebanese Christians. Soraya's mother, Yamila Cuevas Gharib, had been a housewife in Colombia. Soraya's father, Gregorio Lamilla, worked for an exporting company in Colombia. In the U. S. life was hard for the family, so to make ends meet, he worked three or four jobs. Soraya first became interested in music at age 5, he played "Pueblito Viejo", a Colombian traditional folk song using an instrument called the tiple, a kind of guitar with triple strings. Her parents bought her a guitar, she became proficient in classical violin, her first public performance was at Carnegie Hall in New York City as a member of the N. Y. C. Youth Philharmonic, she was valedictorian of her class at Point Pleasant Boro High School, where she began writing her own music. Soraya was 12 years old when her mother was first diagnosed with breast cancer, 18 when her mother had a recurrence, 22 when her mother died in 1992. Soraya said that her sense of responsibility increased because she needed to take care of her mother and do all the household chores.
She would accompany her mother to the doctor's office. Soraya attended Rutgers University in New Jersey, where she studied English literature, French philosophy, women's studies, she worried that she might be too shy to play before big crowds, but she triumphed over her fear and realized her tremendous talent as a live performer when she played to rapt audiences at coffee houses and rallies around the sprawling Rutgers campus. She worked as a flight attendant before starting her music career. Soraya obtained a record contract with Polygram Records/Island Records in 1994, her first album, released two years simultaneously in both English and Spanish, was titled On nights like this / En esta noche. Both versions received positive critical acclaim and enabled her to tour in the U. S. Latin America and Europe, as a guest performer in concerts for musicians such as Natalie Merchant, Sting, Michael Bolton and Alanis Morissette, her songs climbed to the top of the charts in the Latin American, U. S. Hispanic markets.
Her first single, "Suddenly/De Repente", reached #1 in Billboard Latin Pop listings, with the English version receiving some mainstream Adult Contemporary airplay. Her second album, Torre de marfil / Wall of smiles, titled after a song co-written with her idol Carole King, was released in late 1997, helped her attain worldwide recognition. In 2000, Soraya was diagnosed with Stage III breast cancer, shortly after the release of her third album Cuerpo y alma / I'm yours — just days before she was about to tour and promote it, she took time off to fight the illness. Feeling healthy and in remission, Soraya returned to the music scene in 2003 with the release of her fourth and self-titled album, Soraya; the songs reflected her struggles and love for life. She composed and arranged the album, which won the Latin Grammy for "Best Album by a Singer-Songwriter", she created one more successful album, El otro lado de mí, before dying from cancer in 2006. Soraya died of breast cancer in Miami, Florida on May 10, 2006, aged 37.
She was first diagnosed in 2000, at the age of 31, after finding a lump while conducting a routine self-examination. She was diagnosed at Stage III and had a double mastectomy and breast reconstruction as well as radiation therapy and chemotherapy. Soraya had lost her mother, a grandmother, a maternal aunt to breast cancer. Soraya was an advocate of breast cancer support and education for Hispanic women, she became the first Latin spokesperson for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, touring the Americas to raise awareness. During September and October, she took a break from her music career to focus on breast cancer awareness. In order to encourage other women, Soraya wrote and recorded "No one else/Por ser quien soy", a song that reflects her experience in fighting breast cancer. Both tracks can be downloaded on her official website. All proceeds benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation. "I know there are many questions without answers and that hope doesn't leave with me, above all, that my mission does not end with my physical story," were Soraya's last words to her fans and the media before her death.
En Esta Noche / On Nights Like This Torre de Marfil / Wall of Smiles Cuerpo y Alma / I'm Yours Soraya El Otro Lado de Mi Sálvame/Save Me Tributo A Queen: Los Más Grandes Del Rock En Español Todo Lo Que Él Hace (Every Litt
Reyli Barba, most known as Reyli, is a Mexican singer-songwriter. He is a composer and has written songs for artists such as Alejandro Fernández and Beyoncé Knowles. Reyli is a former member of Elefante, a band which he led until 2003, when he set out to release his debut solo album; this album, titled En la Luna, sold well, "Amor Del Bueno" reached the top of the Mexican charts, charted in the U. S. Hot Latin became a global Latin hit. Elefante had formed in Mexico in the late nineties, but they only became successful in the early 2000s, when they opened for Joaquín Sabina in the Auditorio Nacional, Mexico's most important arena, their debut album, El Que Busca Encuentra was a success. The first single was Así Es La Vida which reached the Mexican Top 5 due to its staggering radio airplay; the band would go on to release Lo Que Andábamos Buscando, their second album in 2001 which spawned their greatest hit, "El Abandonao", sung by Reyli. During this time, the band would represent Mexico in the famous Chilean festival Viña del Mar International Song Festival.
In 2003, Reyli announced that he had plans to release a solo album, that he was to stay in Elefante. After the announcement, however, he left the band. No announcement was given to the Mexican media. After leaving the band, Reyli started composing for what he planned to be his solo debut, a romantic pop different from the Rock Latino he sang in Elefante. En la Luna was released on September 28, 2004; the first single from the album was Desde Que Llegaste, used in the soundtrack for the movie Ladies' Night. Radio airplay and the high rotation of the music video, which featured now-Hollywood actress Ana de la Reguera, helped the single climb up the charts. Ten weeks after its release, the song had climbed to the top of the Mexican charts and stayed there for a second week; the single charted in the U. S. Latin Top 30; the second single from the album, "Al Fin Me Arme de Valor" was a flop. The song failed to chart on the U. S. Hot Latin Tracks. In October 2005, Reyli released "Amor del Bueno", to be the defining third single.
The song was welcomed warmly by radio stations. The song charted as high as 11 in the U. S. Hot Latin Tracks. During this time, Reyli's "La Descarada" was the theme song for the successful telenovela Rubí, shown in Mexico, the United States and all over Latin America. Two more songs were released from the album, "No Era Necesario", which peaked within the Mexican Top 20 and "Se Quien Soy", the official song to the Mexican version of Big Brother. In Mexico, the album was certified 2 times Platinum and Gold, for 250,000 albums sold, while it was certified 2 times Gold in the U. S. for sales of 200,000. To date, it has sold 500,000 copies in the world. On February 26, 2006, En la Luna, Special Edition was released. A year and half after the original release of En la Luna, Reyli included the full studio version of "No Era Necesario", since the original album only featured a demo version. A reggaetón version of "Al Fin Me Armé de Valor" was included as the final track. In addition to the 2 extra tracks, there was an accompanying DVD with video clips and footage from live performance.
In mid-2007, Reyli released Fe. He recorded a song called "Aunque vivas con el" with the Mexican legend José José, for Jose's last album Mis Duetos. Reyli has released 2 singles from the album to date. Pegale A La Pared and Perdoname En Silencio. Released digitally on May 12, 2009, Que Vueltas da la vida was available to the general public on June 9, 2009. Of his third studio effort, the singer-songwriter said, "This album will make history in my career and in my life." He went on to say that the album, "carries my happiness, my longings, it reflects my status today, my way of being now, my sentimental state, my stage in life." The album was produced and directed by Andrés Castro, who has worked with the likes of Carlos Vives and Juanes. "This marvelous album, Que vueltas da la vida, we wrote it, assembled it, gave it strength, Andrés and I. We started in September, in one afternoon we wrote six songs and from there he started to put everything together, the answers were clear that the unedited album had to be assembled and eleven days we had the repertory pulled together."The album is a reflection of Reyli's love for experimentation.
The 11-track album showcases songs of rock music and ranchera influence. He admitted that the album "sounds harder and more-street." In it, "I show a little bit more of myself as a composer. It is a more direct disc, a mouthful of truths, a special expression of life's contrasts, with songs rough, but songs "full of honey, of purity, like Ando por las nubes, Alma gemela, Cásate conmigo. Two singles have been released to date, "¿Qué nos pasó?" and "La verdad". The video of "¿Qué nos pasó?" was filmed in San Luis Potosí, México, under the direction of Andrés Ibáñez de Infante. Working with director Matias Penachino and producer Paula Marina Arriola, Reyli filmed the video for "La verdad", the second single, it was shot on site in the Federal District of Mexico City. In 2012, Reyli Barba was revealed as being the father of Jeronimo. On Friday, September 6, 2013 Reyli was arrested in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico for disorderly conduct, while intoxicated outside of a convenience store after being reported by
Marisela Hernandez, known as Marisela, is an American singer. In 1984, she recorded her first album at the age of 18, continued to release albums into the 1990s, her cover version of Barbara George's single "I Know", titled "Ya No", peaked at number-one in the Billboard Latin Songs chart in 1990. As a child she starred in Villa Alegre. El Marco De Mis Recuerdos Tu cárcel Que lástima Tus mentiras Este Adiós El peor de mis fracasos Me volví a acordar de ti Navidad sin ti Tienes Razón Yo te necesito Y ahora te vas Dónde estás Noches eternas Noches eternas Sola con mi soledad Ya no te vayas Me gusta estar contigo Completamente tuya Si no te hubieras ido No me hablen de él Mi problema No puedo olvidarlo Fue tan poco tu cariño Sin él Amor de los dos Éxitos con Banda Ámame Adiós amor Loca Total Me desperté llorando Quizás mañana Nunca olvidaré Piel canela Amor tan mío Ya lo pagaras La otra Voy a quitarme el anillo La otra Te amo El baúl de los recuerdos Hasta que te olvide Flechazo de Cupido Voy a comprar un CD No me vas a matar No me lastima El amor de mis amores Y te voy a olvidar El amor de mi vida Voy a quitarme el anillo Historia de un amor - Boleros con trío Total Tus Mentiras Piel canela Desvelo de amor Historia de un amor Tonto Cenizas Tus promesas de amor ¿De qué presumes?
Ilusión perdida Quizás, quizás, quizás Somos diferentes En vivo Tu Dama de Hierro Intro Enamorada y herida Cariño mío, amigo mío Mi problema Completamente tuya/Sola con mi soledad/Si alguna vez Tu dama de hierro Porque tengo ganas Y sé que vas a llorar Sin él Vete con ella/Si no te hubieras ido/No puedo olvidarlo El chico aquel Un amor en el olvido Muriendo de amor Decídete Ya lo pagarás Y voy a ser feliz Ya no Voz y sentimiento Loca Ya lo pagarás Escríbeme Vuelve Vete con Dios Y a poco no Quizás mañana Por tus mentiras Fácil es perdonar Decídete Crazy Borrón y cuenta nueva Un amor en el olvido Me olvidaré de ti Borrón y cuenta nueva Tú mi niña Debo contar hasta diez ¿Qué pensabas? Que manera tan estúpida de amar No vayas a volver jamás No me vas a convencer Para nunca volver Marisela con la Banda la Escamilla Ya no te vayas Mi problema Completamente tuya Prefiero ir sola Ahora no Siéntame, ámame, quiéreme Sola con mi soledad No puedo olvidarlo Vete mejor El chico aquel Adiós amor Ámame Adiós amor Me desperté llorando Te devuelvo tu apellido Porque amo la música Nunca olvidaré Tonto corazón Amor tan mío Ven, acércate un poco Si de mí te alejas Hablemos claro Y sé que vas a llorar Tú y yo Cha-cha Vete de mí A partir de hoy Ya te olvidé Tu adeudo En Cancún Hablemos claro Amor de compra y venta Marisela Amarte es genial Y voy a ser feliz Yo no te quiero O me quieres o me dejas Ámame un poco más Para volver a empezar Ya no puedo volver contigo Ya no Es Demasiado Tarde Mi triste amiga Porque tengo ganas ARDC Music Division Tu dama de hierro Porque tengo ganas Yo sé que tú Quisiera detener el tiempo A escondidas El fin de nuestro amor (Eusebio
Yuridia Francisca Gaxiola Flores is a Mexican singer. She came in second place in the fourth season of the reality show La Academia, which launched her career. In 2005, Yuridia released her debut album La Voz de un Ángel, it became the second best-selling album in 2006 and one of the fastest-selling albums of all time in Mexico. It has been certified Diamond since its release, her second album, Habla El Corazón was certified Platinum in Mexico after a few weeks of release. Entre Mariposas, Yuridia's third album with original songs, was released in late 2007, it was certified gold selling more than 50,000 copies within the first week of being released, peaking at number one position in the top selling charts. Yuridia won second place in the fourth season of a popular Mexican reality show. Yuridia is the highest selling artist to most popular to this date. At age 19, Yuridia had become one of the highest selling artists in Mexico, her debut album sold over 1,500,000 copies, which makes Yuridia the highest selling female artist in the country since Thalía in the 90s, Beating out artists such as Luis Miguel, Juan Gabriel.
Her voice has earned her the nickname Voz de un Ángel, leading to her debut album's title La Voz de un Ángel. This album has been certified 3x Platinum + Gold. On December 5, 2006 Sony BMG released Yuridia's second album, Habla El Corazón, as well as the first single "Como Yo Nadie Te Ha Amado", a cover of the Spanish version of Bon Jovi's "This Ain't a Love Song"; the second and last single was Yuridia's cover for Roxette's Listen to Your Heart Spanish cover, Habla El Corazon. The album includes Spanish covers of well-known songs from artists such as Bonnie Tyler, The Police; the album sold 660,000 copies worldwide, was certified 3x Platinum + Gold. To this date, both the album and the single are Yuridia's most successful in the United States; the album debuted at 15 and peaked at #14, while the single peaked on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart at 16. Her second single has managed to do what her previous second single did not, enter the HLT chart and has peaked at number 44. Yuridia's third solo album, Entre Mariposas, was released on November 2007 in Mexico.
The first single from the album was "Ahora Entendí", written by Camila's Mario Domm. The following single is Yo Por El, it peaked at # 1 in Central America. The third and last single is En Su Lugar, it debuted at #16 topping the #4 spot; the album, produced by Javier Calderón garnered major sales and has been certified Gold for selling 50,000 copies within the first day of its release. It has been certified 4x Platinum + Gold for a total of 650,000 copies worldwide, she has been nominated for awards such as, Latin Grammy, Premios Juventud Latin Billboard OYE awards and Lo Nuestro music awards. On April 26, 2007, Yuridia won a Latin Billboard Award for Best Pop Female Album. In early May 2007, Yuridia received four nominations for the Premios Juventud, she was nominated for Best Album, Catchiest Song and Most Heart-Breaking Song. By the end of 2008, Yuridia won a Premios Oye award as the best Female Artist of the year. In 2009 she had three nominations for "Best Artist", "Best Album", "Catchiest Song".
On September 30, 2009, she released Nada es Color de Rosa. This album has sold 120,000 copies. In 2016, through a statement, announced her entry to Televisa, after belonging to Azteca for 9 years, having participated in the singing reality La Academia Yuridia was born in Hermosillo, Sonora but grew up in Mesa, Arizona, she considers Mesa to be her hometown. She left Mesa High School during her senior year to be on La Academia. Yuridia was romantically involved with Edgar Guerrero; the two have Phoenix. She is the oldest of five, she had two brothers and two sisters, but her younger brother Danny suffered from muscular dystrophy. He died in Mesa at age 15 in December 2005; the death of her brother had a major impact on her life. Wins 23 Gold certified albums in Mexico, 3 Gold certified albums in the United States. 4 Gold albums in Central America for her first two albums. 3 Gold albums in Mexico for legal downloads of her singles "Ángel" and "Como Yo Nadie Te Ha Amado" on Master Ringtone. 18 Platinum albums in Mexico, 2 Platinum albums in the United States.
2 Diamond albums, making her the only female artist in 15 years to do so in Mexico. Premio Oye! 2006 Top 100 en Ventas. Premio Billboard 2007 Album Pop Nueva Generación Con La Voz De Un Ángel. Premio Oye! 2008 Solista Femenina del Año. On the last generation's debut concert, she received 22 Gold albums and 1 Diamond for high sales of all three of her albums. 2005: La Voz de un Ángel 2006: Habla El Corazón 2007: Entre Mariposas 2009: Nada es Color de Rosa 2011: Para Mi 2015: 6 2017: Primera Fila Yuridia Website Twitter YouTube
Marco Antonio Solís
Marco Antonio Solís Sosa is a Mexican musician, composer and record producer. Born and raised in Ario de Rosales, Michoacán, Solís began his musical career at the age of six, performing part of Los Hermanitos Solís. In 1975 he co-founded Los Bukis, of which he was guitarist; the band split up with Solís pursuing a solo career. Solís released En Pleno Vuelo in 1996 by Fonovisa Records. Solís has been awarded five Latin Grammy Awards, two Lo Nuestro Awards, has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, has been inducted into the Billboard Latin Music Hall of Fame. Marco Antonio Solís began performing at age 6 as part of Los Hermanitos Solís, with cousin, Joel Solís. In the mid-1970s he formed "Los Bukis" with whom he achieved success in Mexico, Central America, South America, the United States; as lead singer and chief songwriter of Los Bukis, Solís became known in the industry for outside writing and producing for popular singers such as Marisela and Rocío Dúrcal. In 1995, after 20 years of working with the group, he decided to pursue a solo career.
As a solo artist he has remained popular in his native Mexico as well throughout Latin America and Spain, the United States with more than thirty entries on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart, including multiple number one hits. He has worked with Olga Tañón, Ana Bárbara, most Enrique Iglesias and Anaís, among others. On August 5, 2010, Solís received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Marco Antonio Solís appeared as a vocal coach in the third season of La Voz... México and won the competition, he went on tour to promote his album Gracias Por Estar Aqui a few weeks after. His album, "Gracias Por Estar Aquí", was released October 22, 2013 and debuted at #1 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart. Solís provided the Spanish-dubbing of Ernesto de la Cruz, the main antagonist of the 2017 Disney-Pixar film Coco. 1996: En Pleno Vuelo 1997: Marco 1999: Trozos de Mi Alma 2001: Más de Mi Alma 2003: Tu Amor o Tu Desprecio 2004: Razón de Sobra 2006: Trozos de Mi Alma, Vol. 2 2008: No Molestar 2010: En Total Plenitud 2013: Gracias Por Estar Aquí 1998: Los Grandes Éxitos de Marco Antonio Solís y Los Bukis: Recuerdos, Tristeza y Soledad 2000: En Vivo 2001: En Vivo, Vol. 2 2002: Los Grandes 2003: La Historia Continúa... 2004: Dos Grandes 2005: La Historia Continúa...
Parte II 2005: Dos Idolos 2007: La Historia Continúa... Parte III 2007: La Mejor... Colección 2008: Una Noche en Madrid 2009: La Más Completa Colección 2009: Más de Marco Antonio Solís 2012: La Historia Continúa... Parte IV 2012: Una Noche de Luna 2014: Antología 2015: 15 Inolvidables 2015: 15 Inolvidables Vol. 2 2015: Por Amor a Morelia Michoacán 2016: 40 Años 2018: MAS de Mis Recuerdos 1997: El Alma no Tiene Color – "El Alma no Tiene Color" 1999: Girasoles Para Lucía aired in Argentina – "Si No Te Huberias Ido" 1999: Serafin – "Está en Tí" 2000: Siempre te amaré – "Sigue Sin Mí" 2001: Salomé – "Si No Te Hubieras Ido" 2001: Salomé – "Cuando Te Acuerdes de Mi" 2003: Velo de Novia – "Más Que Tu Amigo" 2006: Mundo de Fieras – "Antes de Que Te Vayas" 2010: Teresa – "A Dónde Vamos a Parar" 2013: Lo Que La Vida Me Robó – "El Perdedor" 2017: En tierras salvajes – "Estaré Contigo" The Latin American Music Awards are the Spanish-language version of the American Music Awards hosted on U. S. Spanish-language television network, Telemundo.
The Latin Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences in the United States. Solís has received five awards from nine nominations. ^ Each year is linked to the article about the Latin Grammy Awards held that year. The Lo Nuestro Awards are awarded annually by the television network Univision in the United States. Solís has received two awards from thirteen nominations. ^ Each year is linked to the article about the Lo Nuestro Awards held that year. Universal Music Latin Entertainment | Marco Antonio Solís Official site
Auditorio Nacional (Mexico)
National Auditorium is an entertainment center at Paseo de la Reforma #50, Chapultepec in Mexico City. The National Auditorium is considered among the world's best venues by specialized media, it was designed by Mexican architects Pedro Ramírez Vázquez and Gonzalo Ramírez del Sordo, remodeled by Abraham Zabludovsky and Teodoro González de León. There are concerts, theatre and more, it has a small venue available for smaller events, called Auditorio Lunario. The total seating capacity of 10,000. Constructed in 1952, it was used for volleyball and basketball matches of the 1954 Central American and Caribbean Games and had seen performances of the San Francisco Ballet and New York Philharmonic in 1958; the auditorium was the venue for the gymnastics events at the 1968 Summer Olympics. Since the 1970s, it has been used for international music, song and film festivals and exhibitions. From 1988 to 1990, the auditorium went through an 18-months-long renovation, designed by architects Abraham Zaludovsky and Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon, which brought it to the current design.
It hosted the 2007 Miss Universe pageants. In 2007, the American magazine Pollstar made the National Auditorium a nominee for International Theatre of the Year. In November 2007, the Auditorio Nacional won the Billboard Touring Award for best concert venue under 10,000 seats. Auditorio Nacional houses the largest pipe organ in Latin America. In 2016, it hosted the premiere of the anticipated comic-book film, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. 1968 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 2. Part 1. P. 77. Official website