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Latin Grammy Nominations Announced

11:31 AM Tuesday 9/25/12 | |

Dominican singer, songwriter and producer Juan Luis Guerra is the leading nominee at the 2012 Latin Grammy Awards.

  • Juanes

    Announcing nominations for The XIII Annual Latin Grammy Awards at the Belasco Theater in Los Angeles.
    September 25, 2012

    (Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

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A host of Latin music artists filled the Belasco Theater stage in Los Angeles Tuesday to announce the Latin Recording Academy’s nominations for its 13th annual Latin Grammy honors. Mexican pop duo Jesse & Joy, Colombian rocker Juanes and Norteno group Los Tucanes de Tijuana were among the musicians participating.

Several of the presenters were also nominees. Guerra, who wasn’t on stage, has six nods, followed by Jesse & Joy with five. Juanes, Ricardo Arjona, Edgar Barrera, Carla Morrison, Arturo Sandoval, Ivete Sangalo and Caetano Veloso earned four nominations apiece.

This year’s awards allow for 10 nominees, rather than five, in the general categories of record, album and song of the year, as well as best new artist.

The Latin Grammy Awards are to be presented Nov. 15 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas and broadcast live on Univision.


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