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Latin 11/10/2017

The New Brazilian Band Francisco, El Hombre, Celebrates Latin Grammy Nomination Announcing Their Return To Mexico On Tour

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) The new Brazilian band that is already making waves, Francisco, El Hombre begins October with great news: the group that interprets "Transamerican transculturism" in their sound has been nominated for the Latin Grammy in the category "Best song in Portuguese" with "Triste, Louca ou Má" [Sad, Mad or Bad] from their official debut album "Soltasbruxa", recorded in La Havana, Cuba. It is the first time that an independent band competes in this category.

In addition to this important international recognition, Francisco, El Hombre was announced as one of the highlighted performances for the next edition of the Lollapalooza Festival in Brazil.

With the happiness brought by this news, the group returns to Mexico to be part of important festivals and to continue to nurture their close relationship with the Mexican audience. Very soon, the band will announce their debut in the US.






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