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Latin 25/08/2004

Carlos Santana, 2004 Latin Recording Academy Person Of The Year, to perform with Los Lonely Boys

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LOS ANGELES (The Latin Recording Academy) - The Latin Recording Academy today announced that Carlos Santana, 2004 Latin Recording Academy Person Of The Year, will perform on the 5th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards telecast with Los Lonely Boys. In addition, current three-time Latin GRAMMY nominee Robi Draco Rosa has joined the line up of performers at Latin music's hottest night. Actress, model and TV personality Daisy Fuentes, "George Lopez"'s Constance Marie, "Joan of Arcadia"'s Jason Ritter, "Access Hollywood"'s Shaun Robinson, Latin GRAMMY-nominated songstress Soraya, star of "Joan of Arcadia" Amber Tamblyn, and GRAMMY and Latin GRAMMY award-winning Colombian singer Carlos Vives join the list of previously announced presenters.
The Latin music industry's premier event will take place on Sept. 1 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and will be broadcast on CBS from 8 - 10 p.m. (ET/PT).

Internationally renowned Arista recording artist Carlos Santana will perform two nights after being honored as the 2004 Latin Recording Academy Person Of The Year in recognition of his professional, cultural and philanthropic accomplishments. Los Lonely Boys and Robi Draco Rosa were also added to the night's highly anticipated performances.

Daisy Fuentes, Constance Marie, Jason Ritter, Shaun Robinson, Soraya, Amber Tamblyn, and Carlos Vives join previously announced presenters, GRAMMY-nominated group the Black Eyed Peas, radio personality Renan "El Cucuy" Almendarez Coello, actor/comedian Cheech Marin, on-air personality Maria Menounos, "Without A Trace" star Enrique Murciano, and Brazilian singer and television host Xuxa.

Previously announced performers include current four-time Latin GRAMMY nominee Bebo ValdÈs, three-time Latin GRAMMY Award-nominated Diego El Cigala, Best Female Pop Vocal Album nominee Paulina Rubio and Best Music Video nominee Roselyn S·nchez, as well as Akwid, nominated for two Latin GRAMMY Awards in the Best New Artist and Best Urban Music Album (Proyecto Akwid) categories. Earning three Latin GRAMMY nominations this year, CafÈ Tacuba is nominated for Album Of The Year (Cuatro Caminos), Best Alternative Music Album (Cuatro Caminos) and Best Music Video ("Eres"). GRAMMY-nominated rock band Incubus will join CafÈ Tacuba for what promises to be an engaging special performance.
Other performances will include: classical and jazz musician Paquito D'Rivera (performing with Latin GRAMMY nominees Bebo ValdÈs and Diego El Cigala); Ozomatli, who earned a nomination for Best Alternative Music Album (Coming Up); and Latin music legend and double nominee Marco Antonio SolÌs (Best Ranchero Album for T? Amor O T? Desprecio, and Best Regional Mexican Song for "T? Amor O T? Desprecio").






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