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Latin 10/05/2002

Gabriel guide'lines' at Latin awards (full nomination list)

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MIAMI, Fl. (Top40 Charts) - Mexican singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel triumphed at the annual Billboard Latin music awards on Thursday. The 52-year-old singer-songwriter walked way with the awards for best songwriter, Latin track and Latin vocal duo track - as well as the airplay award for his Abrazame Muy Fuerte.

Puerto Rico-born Marc Anthony was another star of the show, winning awards for top Latin album and top Tropical/salsa album.

Colombian singer Shakira, who recently hit number two in the UK singles charts, won a special viewers' choice award.

The Billboard awards honour the genre's songs, albums and performers according to their performance in the magazine's sales and radio airplay charts. The ceremony took place at the Jackie Gleason Theater of the Performing Arts in Miami, Florida.

Other winners included Mexican singer Christian, who won the Latin artist of the year award and his compatriot Luis Miguel, who won pop album of the year for Mis Romances.
Another Mexican, Lupillo Rivera, was nominated for six awards and won two - for regional Mexican artist of the year and new artist on the scene.
Texan artist Jaci Velasquez won the female pop album of the Year, for Mi Corazon.
Salsa group El Gran Combo, regulars on the scene for four decades, received the Lifetime Achievement Award.

'Beautiful language'

Canadian singing star Celine Dion made an appearance at the ceremony to receive a special award in recognition of her artistic career. She thanked the audience in Spanish and sang to them in the same language.
"Spanish is a very beautiful language to speak, and even more so to sing," Dion said afterwards.

Also appearing was the Cuban veteran Celia Cruz, as well as Marco Antonio Soliz, Maria Conchita Alonso, Jon Secada and Elvis Crespo. Pop/Latin crossover star Ricky Martin received a special Spirit Of Hope award, for his humanitarian work.

The ceremony will be transmitted in the US by Spanish-language network Telemundo on Sunday evening.

Billboard Latin Music Awards

Jackie Gleason Theater
May 9, 2002

Hot Latin Track of the Year:

"Abrázame Muy Fuerte" Juan Gabriel (BMG Latin)
"No Me Conoces Aun" Palomo (Disa)
"O Me Voy O Te Vas" Marco Antonio Solis (Fonovisa)
"Como Se Cura Una Herida" Jaci Velásquez (Sony Discos)

Hot Latin Track of the Year, Vocal Duo:

"La Calandria" Ramon Ayala Y Jody Farias (Freddie)
"Dos Corazones, Dos Historias" Julio Iglesias Y Alejandro Fernandez (Sony Discos)
"El Duelo" LaLey Con Ely Guerra (Warner Latina)
"No Vale La Pena" Nydia Con Juan Gabriel (Hollywood)

Hot Latin Tracks Artist of the Year:

Banda El Recodo (Fonovisa)
Cristian (BMG Latin)
Juan Gabriel (BMG Latin)
Marco Antonio Solis (Fonovisa)

Songwriter of the Year:

Omar Alfanno
Juan Gabriel
Marco Antonio Solis

Producer of the Year:

Pepe Aguilar
Jesus Guillen
Alejandro Jaen
Bebu Silvetti

Pop Album of the Year, Male:

"Azul" Cristian (BMG Latin)
"Origenes" Alejandro Fernandez (Sony Discos)
"Mis Romances" Luis Miguel (Warner Latina)
"Mas De Mi Alma" Marco Antonio Solis (Fonovisa)

Pop Album of the Year, Female:

"Entre Tangos Y Mariachi" Rocio Durcal (BMG Latin)
"Huelo A Soledad" Ana Gabriel (Sony Discos)
"Live, The Last Concert-Houston, Texas Feb. 26, 1995" Selena (EMI Latin)
"Mi Corazón" Jaci Velásquez (Sony Discos)

Pop Album of the Year, Group:

"Somos Gitanos" Gipsy Kings (Nonesuch)
"Embrace The Chaos" Ozomatli (Interscope)
"Shhh!" A. B. Quintanilla Y Los Kumbia Kings (EMI Latin)
"Siempre En Mi Mente" Los Tri-O (BMG Latin)

Pop Album of the Year, New Artist:

"Próxima Estación..Esperanza" Manu Chao (Virgin)
"Pachanga" King Africa (Fonovisa)
"Alexandre Pires" Alexandre Pires (BMG Latin)
"Si Se" Si Se (Virgin)

Latin Pop Airplay Track of the Year:

"Azul" Cristian (BMG Latin)
"Abrázame Muy Fuerte" Juan Gabriel (BMG Latin)
"Suerte" Shakira (Sony Discos)
"Como Se Cura Una Herida" Jaci Velásquez (Sony Discos)

Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year:

Marc Anthony (Sony Discos)
Vicente Fernandez (Sony Discos)
A.B. Quintanilla Y Los Kumbia Kings (EMI Latin)
Lupillo Rivera (Sony Discos)

Latin Rock Album of the Year:

"Próxima Estación..Esperanza" Manu Chao (Virgin)
"Cuando La Sangre Galopa" Jaguares (BMG Latin)
"MTV Unplugged" La Ley (Warner Latina)
"Embrace The Chaos" Ozomatli (Interscope)

Tropical/Salsa Album of the Year, Male:

"Libre" Marc Anthony (Sony Discos)
"Instinto Y Deseo" Victor Manuelle (Sony Discos)
"Intenso" Gilberto Santa Rosa (Sony Discos)
"Dejame Entrar" Carlos Vives (EMI Latin)

Tropical/Salsa Album of the Year, Female:

"La Negra Tiene Tumbao" Celia Cruz (Sony Discos)
"8" Gisselle (BMG Latin)
"Corazon De Mujer" Melina Leon (Sony Discos)
"Yo Por Ti" Olga Tañón (Warner Latina)

Tropical/Salsa Album of the Year, Group:

"Americanizao" Fulanito (Cutting)
"Mania 2050" Grupomania (Universal Latino)
"Colección Romántica" Juan Luis Guerra 440 (Karen/Universal Latino)
"Calle Sabor, Esquina Amor" Limi-t 21 (EMI Latin)

Tropical/Salsa Album of the Year, New Artist:

"Yo Sí Me Enamoré" Huey Dunbar (Sony Discos)
"Joseph Fonseca" Joseph Fonseca (Karen/Universal Latino)
"Multiplicame" Fuerza Juvenil (Mas Music)
"Tortilla Party" El Vacilon De La Manana (J&N)

Tropical/Salsa Airplay Track of the Year:

"Me Libere" El Gran Combo (Combo)
"Me Da Lo Mismo" Victor Manuelle (Sony Discos)
"Pero No Me Ama" Gilberto Santa Rosa (Sony Discos)
"Pueden Decir" Gilberto Santa Rosa (Sony Discos)

Regional Mexican Album of the Year, Male:

"Lo Mejor De Nosotros" Pepe Aguilar (Balboa)
"Despreciado" Lupillo Rivera (Sony Discos)
"Sufriendo A Solas" Lupillo Rivera (Sony Discos)
"En Vivo: Desde La Plaza El Progreso De Guadalajara" Joan Sebastian (Balboa)

Regional Mexican Album of the Year, Male Group:

"En Vivo..El Hombre Y Su Musica" Ramon Ayala Y Sus Bravos Del Norte (Freddie)
"Contigo Por Siempre´┐Ż" Banda El Recodo (Fonovisa)
"Ansia De Amar" Conjunto Primavera (Fonovisa)
"Uniendo Fronteras" Los Tigres Del Norte (Fonovisa)

Regional Mexican Album of the Year, Female Group or Female Solo Artist:

"Con Sabor A Mexico" Las Jilguerras (Fonovisa)
"Para Las Madrecitas" Sparx Y Lorenzo Antonio (Fonovisa)
"Soy Lo Prohibido" Alicia Villarreal (Universal Latino)

Regional Mexican Album of the Year, New Artist:

"Homenaje A Chalino Sanchez" Jessie Morales: El Original De La Sierra (Univision)
"Fuerza Musical" Palomo (Disa)
"Despreciado" Lupillo Rivera (Sony Discos)
"Sufriendo A Solas" Lupillo Rivera (Sony Discos)

Regional Mexican Airplay Track of the Year:

"Y Llegaste Tú" Banda El Recodo (Fonovisa)
"No Te Podias Quedar" Conjunto Primavera (Fonovisa)
"No Me Conoces Aun" Palomo (Disa)
"Despreciado" Lupillo Rivera (Sony Discos)

Latin Greatest Hits Album of the Year:

"Historia Musical" Los Angeles Azules (Disa)
"Historia Musical Romantica" Grupo Bryndis (Disa)
"Historia De Un Ídolo Vol. 1" Vicente Fernández (Sony Discos)
"La Historia" Ricky Martin (Sony Discos)

Latin Compilation Album of the Year:

"Bachatahits 2001" Various Artists (J&N/Sony Discos)
"Billboard Latin Music Awards 2001" Various Artists (BMG Latin)
"Merenhits 2001" Various Artists (J&N/Sony Discos)
"No. 1: Un Año De Exitos" Various Artists (Sony Discos/Warner Latina)

Latin Jazz Album of the Year:

"Volume 3-New Congo Square" Los Hombres Calientes (Basin Street)
"Supernova" Gonzalo Rubalcaba (Blue Note/Capitol)
"Latin Spirits" Poncho Sánchez (Concord Picante)
"Calle 54" Soundtrack (Blue Note/Capitol)

Latin Dance Club Play Track of the Year:

"Out Of Nowhere" Gloria Estefan (Epic)
"Héroe (Remixes)" Enrique Iglesias (Interscope)
"Play (Remixes)" Jennifer Lopez (Epic)
"Guitarra G (Remixes)" Banda Sonora (Tommy Boy)

Latin Dance Maxi-Single of the Year:

"Out Of Nowhere" Gloria Estefan (Epic)
"I'm Real (Remixes)" Jennifer Lopez (Epic)
"Love Don't Cost A Thing [Amor Se Paga Con Amor]" Jennifer Lopez (Epic)
"Loaded" Ricky Martin (Columbia)

Latin Rap Album of the Year:

"Vivo" Vico-C (EMI Latin)
"El General Is Back" El General (Mock & Roll)
"Mundo Frio" Lito & Polaco (Pina)
"De Nuevos A Viejos" Wisin Y Yandel (BM/Aponte)

Publisher of the Year:

Edimonsa, ASCAP
Vander, ASCAP

Publishing Corporation of the Year:

BMG Music
EMI Music
Sony/ATV Music
Warner/Chappell Music

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