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Producer Aureo Baqueiro Wins 2011 Latin Grammy For Best Pop Album Of The Year By Duo Or Group With Vocals

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Producer Aureo Baqueiro Wins 2011 Latin Grammy For Best Pop Album Of The Year By Duo Or Group With Vocals
New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ Aureo Baqueiro Official Website) Multiple Latin Grammy Winner, Aureo Baqueiro captured the award for Best Pop Album of the Year for Duo or Group with Vocals for his album: Alex, Jorge y Lena (Alex, Jorge y Lena) at the 12th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards which took place at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Thursday, November 10th.

Among the nine previous nominations his work has had, Baqueiro has won the 2002 Best Album Pop Duo or Group for the production of Sin Bandera; 2004 Best Album Pop Duo or Group, again for Sin Bandera and 2006 Best Rock album Duo or Group for the production of Natalia y la Forquetina. He also took home Ritmo Son's Award for Song of the Year, Estés en donde estés, performed by Ha-Ash in 2004 and three OYE Awards for Album of the Year: Sin Bandera's self title album in 2004, Alejandro Fernandez, A Corazón Abierto (With An Open Heart) in 2005 and México-Madrid, directo y sin escalas (Mexico-Madrid, Nonstop) also by Alejandro Fernandez in 2006. Last year he won the 2010 OYE award Best Female Pop album for producing Thalia's Multi platinum selling Primera Fila.

World renowned for his work with Thalia, Paulina Rubio, Ha-Ash, Alejandro Fernandez, Motel, Natalia Lafourcade and Aleks Syntek among many others, Baqueiro has gained further global recognition for his production, songwriting and composing work as musical director of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Jalisco. Currently he is working on the new solo album by Leonel Garcia, (ex-Sin Bandera).

"Latin music is stepping into the forefront of the global audience and I am excited to see where the next few years bring us. The artists I personally work with and albums I create are designed to evoke emotions, responses; and that transcends cultural and linguistic borders. As artists and producers, we are forging a cultural bridge - creating opportunities for a new blend of music which spotlights the greatest in Latin/Hispanic talent.

Aureo Baqueiro,
Winner 2011 Latin Grammy Awards
Album of the Year for Best Pop Duo or Group with Vocal

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