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Paola Guanche Wins La Voz Kids

Written July 29th, 2013 by
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12 Year-Old Cuban Singer Paola Guanche was voted winner of the first season of “La Voz Kids”. After 13 weeks of intense rehersals, training and competition, the Miami resident performed a stunning version of Whitney Houston’s hit “I Will Always Love You” on sunday night’s season’s finale of the show aired on Telemundo.

As the winner of the show Paola will receive a cash prize of $50,000 and a recording contract with Universal Music. “La Voz Kids” is a Spanish Version of “The Voice” produced in the US featuring latin children many of whom sing in both spanish and english through the competition.

CD Depot Stores joins the legion of Paola’s fans and congratulates her and her family for this accomplishment in her young career.

“FATHER”, Arboles Libres new album release

Written July 24th, 2012 by
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New album release!
The moment we’ve all been waiting for.
Arboles Libres is releasing their full length album FATHER.
Fridays July 27th 2012 at The Vagabond

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Unity: The Latin Tribute to Michael Jackson

Written July 23rd, 2012 by
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First single of Unity: The Latin Tribute to Michael JacksonFIU School of Music alumnus and Artist-in-Residence Tony Succar ’08, MA ’10 has decided to honor his idol, Michael Jackson, with a wonderful tribute album. He started by recomposing Jackson’s iconic hits and infusing them with Latin rhythms, Jazz, World Music and American Pop. More than 80 musicians were enlisted to bring his music to life, including world-renowned Latin recording artists Tito Nieves, La India, Obie Bermúdez and Jennifer Peña. Read the rest of this entry »

“Morín es Santos”

Written July 23rd, 2012 by
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New album release!

The multi-talented Jose Luis Morín has not confined himself to lyrics and recording studios, his vocal talent and variety of interpretation have led him to exploit his role as singer and artist, debuting under the name SANTOS.

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