Award Winners And Nominees For The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs!

Latin Grammys Special Awards

The winners of this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award and Trustees Award were just revealed by the Latin Recording Academy.

Manuel Bonilla, Juan Carlos Calderón, and Hebe Camargo will be honored with the prestigious Trustees Award, and Joo Donato, Las Hermanas Márquez,

Armando Manzanero, Joseito Mateo, Jorge Rate, and Susana Rinaldi will receive the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.

To kick off the week-long celebration of the Latin GRAMMY Awards, an invitation-only ceremony will be held on November 10 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Las Vegas to recognize these individuals.

Gabriel Abaroa, President/CEO of The Latin Recording Academy, remarked, “As we prepare to enter a new decade for the Latin GRAMMY Awards,

Award Winners And Nominees For The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs!

we continue the rich tradition of honoring and recognizing the innovative talents of outstanding

individuals who throughout their careers have enhanced the spectrum of Latin music.”

“The Trustees of The Latin Recording Academy are ecstatic to honor the creative and innovative

the legacy these artists have bestowed upon Latin music around the world.

A beautiful, sensitive, and loving event, the Special Awards

Ceremony honors the living legends who have paved the way for Latin music.”

Performers who have made outstanding artistic contributions to the field of recording throughout their careers are honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award, a Special Award bestowed by the Trustees of The Latin Recording Academy.

The Cuban trio Las Hermanas Márquez got their start performing in the renowned Havana nightclubs after being discovered by the prolific composer Ernesto Lecuona. Cusa,

Trina, and Nerza, three sisters, rose to fame as a result of their distinctive sound and style of boleros and guarachas, and soon became a staple on radio stations across the country (an up-tempo genre of popular Cuban music with lyrics).

Sisters Trina and Nerza have been performing traditional Cuban and folkloric music for over seven decades, and they continue to enchant audiences across the Latin world.

Additional Nominations TV Special Performer Announced

The one-hour special “The GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live!! — Countdown To Music’s Biggest Night” will be broadcast live from Los Angeles’

Club Nokia on December 2, and will feature an exclusive performance by Nick Jonas & The Administration. Kevin and Joe Jonas, two-thirds of the Grammy Award-nominated Jonas Brothers, will be presenting their brother Nick and his new solo endeavor.

Additional Nominations TV Special Performer Announced

Among the previously announced performers are the Black Eyed Peas, who have won three Grammys, Maxwell, who has been nominated for six, and Sugarland, who have won one, and LL Cool J,

who will host and has won two. From 9 to 10 p.m. ET/PT on the CBS Television Network, you can watch the show in high definition with 5.1 surround sound. Some more presenters and performers will be announced soon.

The GRAMMY Award nominations will also be announced live on primetime television for the second time this year during the special. More than 8 million people watched “The GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live!!

” last year and that broadcast helped drive double-digit percentage increases across the board for this year’s 51st Annual GRAMMY Awards telecast, which aired earlier this year.

The 52nd Annual GRAMMY Awards will be held at Staples Center in Los Angeles on January 31, 2010, and broadcast live on CBS at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The road to Music’s Biggest Night begins with “The GRAMMY Nominations Concert Live!!,

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” which will feature the announcement of nominations in several categories as well as performances by past GRAMMY winners and/or nominees. Follow The Recording Academy on Twitter and like them on Facebook to stay up-to-date on all the latest happenings.

How Can I Watch The Latin Grammy Awards?

Time zone adjustments will be made for the Univision broadcast, which will begin at 8 p.m.

On top of airing on Televisa Channel 5, it will also be broadcast on the cable channel TNT at 7 p.m. (MEX), 8 p.m. (PAN-COL), 9 p.m. (VEN), and 10 p.m. (ARG/CHI/BRAZ). The show will air in Spanish only on HBOMAX.

Who Is Nominated For A Latin Grammy Award This Year?

In September, the Latin Recording Academy revealed the nominees for the 2022 Latin Grammys. With 10 nods, Bad Bunny is the most-nominated artist.

Who Is Nominated For A Latin Grammy Award This Year

Next in line is Edgar Barrera with nine nominations, followed by Rauw Alejandro (who will also be performing during the telecast), who has eight, and then Christina Aguilera, Rosala, and Drexler, who each have seven.

In addition to Yordano receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award this year, Rosario Flores, Myriam Hernández, Rita Lee, and Amanda Miguel will each receive a special award as well.

The Trustees Awardees are Manolo Diaz, Paquito D’Rivera, and Abraham Laboriel.

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Who Is Performing At The Latin Grammy Awards?

Multiple performers are scheduled to appear on the show. Recently, it was announced that Karol G, Romeo Santos, Xavier Cintrón, Valentina Garcia, Nicolle Horbath, and Sergio De Miguel Jorquera would all be performing thanks to scholarships from the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation.

Rosalia, Silvana Estrada, Gente de Zona, Aymée Nuviola, Carlos Vives and Nicole Zignago, Goyo, and the legendary group Los Bukis, who were all nominated for Grammys, are now in good company.

John Legend will be performing alongside Christina Aguilera, Camilo, Elvis Costello, Jorge Drexler, Mariachi Sol de México de José Hernández, and Christian Nodal.

There will also be performances by Rauw Alejandro, Sebastián Yatra, Jesse & Joy, Chiquis, and the 2018 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year, Marco Antonio Sols; as well as ngela Aguilar, Marc Anthony, Banda Los Recoditos, Carin León, Nicky Jam, and Sin Bandera.

Final words

In 1989, the idea of creating a subcategory of the Grammys to honor Latin music was first proposed. According to the show’s creators,

the Latin Grammys were launched because the original Grammys couldn’t possibly cover the breadth of the Latin music scene. According to the Latin Recording Academy, Latin music is any genre that features vocals or instruments in Spanish or Portuguese.

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