Thursday, June 2, 2011

The Cuban Pablo Milanes is presented for the first time in Miami

Miami, June 2 (DPA) - Cuban singer Pablo Milanes is presented for the first time in Miami in August as part of a tour of the United States and Puerto Rico, media reported today in South Florida. Milan, 68 and one of the founders of the movement the "Nueva Trova", will begin its tour in Washington on 25 August and then be introduced in Miami, New York, San Francisco and Puerto Rico.

"Pablo Milanes is an icon music with millions of fans around the world, "said in a statement Hugo Cancio, president of the company Fuego Entertainment, which organized the tour. "We are very excited and proud to produce its first U.S. tour in nearly a decade." With 29 albums, Milanés has two Latin Grammy awards, both in 2006 for best singer and best traditional tropical album for his performance of "Parallel Lines" a duet with Puerto Rican Andy Montañez.

Among her best known internationally are "Life is not worth anything," "I'm staying," Yolanda "and" I love this island, "required subjects in their concerts. "We hope to confirm other cities in the coming weeks," Cancio said about plans to extend the tour of Milan by the United States.

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