The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Marc Anthony and Juan Luis Guerra, two of the largest Latin music idols today, will gather for the first time in a concert tour which will begin on October 15 in Lima, Peru and continue to Ecuador, Chile, Argentina and Costa Rica with a total of six presentations.
The announcement was released today by the office of the Dominican Juan Luis Guerra, noting that the tour “Gigante” is organized by the company Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN), the Colombian entrepreneur Henry Cardenas, who is the representative of Marc Anthony.
“We are truly honored to have the opportunity to present these two stars of our music in the edition of 2014 this concept has been met with much success by fans globally since its inception,” said Cardenas through the document.
This is the first time that Marc Anthony and Juan Luis Guerra have embarked on a tour like this to bring their music to fans in a series of unforgettable nights.
Marc Anthony has sold over 12 million albums worldwide, making him one of the most influential artists of his time and a true ambassador of Latin music and culture.
He has been awarded several gold records and platinum certifications from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), multiple Grammys, Latin Grammy and 24 Lo Nuestro Awards, among many others. His empire was significantly recognized when it was included in the Top 10 list of influential New Yorkers compiled by New York Magazine.
Juan Luis Guerra has sold over 20 million records, and won three Latin Grammys in 2010, including Album of the Year. In 2012, he won two Latin Grammy for Producer of the Year and Record of the Year by MTV Juanes. Juan Luis Guerra is one of the most internationally recognized Latin artists of recent decades.
His style of mixing Latin rhythms and merging afro-pop/jazz has earned him considerable success throughout Latin America.
Guerra is associated with the popular Dominican music called Bachata and internationalized this style in the 90s with his hit album “Bachata Rosa”.
However, Juan Luis Guerra is not limited to one style of music, but incorporates various musical rhythms including merengue, bachata, son, mambo, balada, salsa, rock and roll, and even gospel. (EFE)
The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
San Jose, Costa Rica