Latin GRAMMY Awards 2013 Announced

Soy Flamenco by Tomatito, winner of Latin BGrammy for Best Flamenco Album
Soy Flamenco by Tomatito, winner of the Latin Grammy for Best Flamenco Album
The winners of the 14th Latin GRAMMY Awards were announced this evening, November 21st, 2013 at Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas (Nevada, USA).

Winners in the roots music categories include the great Cuban musician, guitar maestro Tomatito, bachata legend Juan Luis Guerra and flamenco innovator Diego El Cigala in the tango category.

The Latin GRAMMY Awards reward excellence in the recording arts and sciences of musicians from the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries.

Best Tango Album

Romance De La Luna Tucumana de Diego El Cigala (Universal Music Mexico/Mercury/Prisa Music/Cigala Music)

Best Flamenco Album
Soy Flamenco de Tomatito (Universal Music Spain)

Best Salsa Album

Sergio George Presents Salsa Giants by Various Artists, Sergio George, producer (Top Stop Music)

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album

Diferente de Felipe Peláez y Manuel Julián (Sony Music)

Best Tropical Traditional Album

Un Siglo De Pasión de Arturo Sandoval (E35)

Best Contemporary Tropical Album

Asondeguerra Tour de Juan Luis Guerra (Capitol Latin/Universal Music Latin Entertainment)

Best Música Popular Brasileira (MPB) Album

Redescobrir – Ao Vivo de Maria Rita (Universal Music)

Best Brazilian Roots Music Album– Regional

Salve Gonzagão 100 Anos de Vários Artistas (independiente)

Best Latin Jazz Album

What’s Up? de Michel Camilo (Okeh/Redondo Music/Sony Music)

Best Instrumental Album

Presente de Bajofondo (Masterworks)

Best Folk Album

El Caballo De Oro de Reynaldo Armas (Vibra Music Entertainment S.A.S.)

To see the complete list of winners go to latingrammy.com

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