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Concierto de Las Americas Independencia de Colombia is an upcoming musical event to be held in celebration of Colombia’s independence, featuring renowned Latin music acts Tono Rosario, Jorge Celedon, Gilberto Santa Ross, Silvestre Dangond, and Fonseca. With individual performances from the most famous, high-profile artists, this concert will truly capture the spirit of Colombia, making Concierto de Las Americas Independencia de Colombia tickets a most sought after celebratory treat for the patriotic lot as well as Latin music fans.
Tono Rosario is a Grammy-nominated merengue artist who started his solo career in 1991 with the release of Atado a Ti, after gaining experience of playing in a band with his brother. Among his albums, four have been certified gold while two made it to the platinum status, bringing him enough recognition to be acknowledged as the island’s greatest singing acts. His discography comprises of many albums including Best of Tono Rosario: Don’t Be Worry Be Happy, A Tu Gusto, Resistire, Tono en America, Yo Soy Tono, La Magia de el Cuco, Exclusivo, Seguire, Quiero Volver a Empezar, Me Olvide de Vivir, Amor Jollao, Retorno a las Raices, and Y Mas.
Jorge Celedon is another Colombian musician, best known for singing in the vallenato style with the band Binomio de Oro de America. The artist began his own vallenato group in 1998, after teaming up with accordion player Jimmy Zambrano. Him and his vallenato band received nomination for a Latin Grammy Award in August 2007, and in November won their award for the Vallenato/Cumbia category for their release Son Para El Mundo. In 2008, the maestro performed before President George W. Bush in the White House at an event celebrating the Independence Day of Colombia.
Also performing at the Concierto de Las Americas Independencia de Colombia is singer-songwriter and record producer, Fonseca, who debuted with a self-titled album in 2002. The release became quite popular in Colombia, prompting his next release Corazon in 2005, which produced hits Hace Tiempo and Te Mando Flores. His third album titled Gratitude comprised of singles Arroyito and Enredame. His musical style is heavily inspired by Carlos Vives, incorporating cumbia and vallenato that are two of the most popular and traditional Colombian music forms. Among his hit songs singles are Ay Amor, Eres Mi Sueno, Estar Lejos, Paraiso, Arroyito, Te Mando Flores, Confiesame, Magangue and Desde Que No Estas, among others. The artist has won three Latin Grammy Awards in the categories of Best Tropical Fusion Album, Best Children’s Latin Album, and Best Tropical Song, alongside which he has won a Billboard Latin Music Award.
Also appearing at the Independence show is composer, singer and Timbales player, Silvestre Dangond, considered to be one among the leading figures of new wave vallenato artists. His albums include Mas unidos que nunca,Lo major para los dos, and Ponte a la moda. He has been honored to receive Latin Grammy-nominations thrice in the category of Best Vallento/Cumbia Album.
Also appearing at the show is the legendary Peurto Rican singer of bolero and salsa, and bandleader, Gilberto Santa Ross. The artist gained recognition particularly after performing in NYC’s Carnegie Hall, marking the first tropical salsa concert, where he played as the opening act playing Represento. The most important part of this night was the unscripted four minutes long addition he made to the song Perdoname, which proved his talent for improvising. Thereafter, the live edition became his sensational song such that it was part of all his future concerts as part of their closing. His most recent albums include Irreptible, Contraste, Directo al Corazon, Autencico, Intenso, Viceversa, Romantico, and Solo Bolera, among various others. The maestro is known to have the highest record of number-one albums on Billboard Tropical Albums charts, as of 2010.
This is a show not to be missed, so make sure to grab Concierto de Las Americas Independencia de Colombia tickets in time before they are all hogged.