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Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame announces 2015 nominees

At a press conference held on Wednesday, January 28th, at The YoungArts Jewel Box in Miami, the 24 songwriters and composers nominated for the 3rd induction to the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame (LSHOF) were announced. The 6 final elected nominees will be inducted into the LSHOF at the LA MUSA AWARDS to be held on October 15 at the Filmore Miami Beach Jackie Gleason Theater. The public is welcome to vote for their favorite composers by becoming members of the Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame, free of charge, by visiting: http://www.latinsonghall.com/

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En la conferencia de prensa celebrada el miércoles 28, de enero en el ” YoungArts Jewel Box” en Miami, los 24 cantautores y compositores nominados para el tercer induction “Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame–LSHOF” (Salón de la Fama de los Compositores Latinos) se dieron a conocer. Los 6 finalistas elegidos serán instalados dentro del LSHOF en los Premios ” La Musa Awards”, que se celebrará el 15 de octubre en el “Filmore Miami Beach Jackie Gleason Theater”. El público está invitado a votar por sus compositores favoritos al convertirse en miembros del ” Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame,” de forma gratuita, visitando: http://www.latinsonghall.com

Aqui les dejo los nominados…

LSHOF 2015 PERFORMING SONGWRITER NOMINEES:

Diego Torres (Argentina)

Roberto Carlos (Brazil)

Caetano Veloso (Brazil)

Myriam Hernandez (Chile)

Pablo Milanes (Cuba)

Álvaro Torres (El Salvador)

Juan Gabriel (México)

Joan Sebastian (México)

Rubén Blades (Panamá)

Ednita Nazario (Puerto Rico)

Camilo Sesto (Spain)

Franco de Vita (Venezuela)

LSHOF NON-PERFORMING SONGWRITER NOMINEES:

Chico Novarro (Argentina)

Gustavo Santaolalla (Argentina)

Lalo Schifrin (Argentina)

Erasmo Carlos (Brazil)

Alberto Plaza (Chile)

Héctor Ochoa Cárdenas (Colombia)

Leo Brouwer (Cuba)

Rubén Fuentes (México)

Ramón Arcusa (Spain)

Luis Gomez Escolar (Spain)

Jose Maria “Chema” Puron (Spain)

Jose Enrique “Chelique” Sarabia (Venezuela)