Another year, another success: Sony Music Latin’s Latin GRAMMY® after-party takes Las Vegas by storm

Fresh off big wins, the label celebrated in style with the industry’s finest
(PR NewsChannel) / November 21, 2014 / LAS VEGAS 
Credit: Giovanni Solis

From left to right: Nir Seroussi (President of Sony Music US Latin), Joan Manuel Serrat, Afo Verde (Chairman and CEO of Sony Music Latin Region, Spain and Portugal) and Jose Maria Barbat (President of Sony Music Spain). Credit: Giovanni Solis

In what’s become one of the cities most anticipated parties of the year, Sony Music Latin has given the Las Vegas strip another unforgettable night with its 2014 Latin GRAMMY® Awards After-Party at the XS Nightclub.

Fresh off big wins in the categories of Best New Artist, Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album, Best Urban Music Album, Best Alternative Music Album, Best Alternative Song, Best Salsa Album, Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album, Best Contemporary Tropical Album, Best Traditional Tropical Album, Best Tropical Song, Best Ranchero Album, Best Folk Album, Best Classical Album and Best Recording Package, Sony Music Latin rolled out the red carpet and celebrated their night in style.

Sponsored by Sony/ATV Music Publishing, Sony Pictures Television and Entravision Communications Corporation, the event’s star-studded guest list attracted some of the industry’s top personalities. Attendees included Axel, Babasónicos, Carlos Vives, Jaime Camil, Fonseca, El General Gadiel, Gian Marco, Joaquín Sabina, La Original Banda El Limon, Lila Downs, Magic!, Mariana Vega, Niña Pastori, OV7, Pepe Aguilar, Raquel Sofia, Soledad, Voz de Mando, Wisin, Yandel and Prince Royce.

Starting with a red-carpet arrival at 10 p.m., the After-Party featured Latin music’s biggest stars mingling with each other while world-renowned DJ and producer Brian Cross entertained the crowd.

Cross, who is preparing to release his next album in 2015, is a well-known fixture in the music industry.

His upcoming album is set to feature collaborations with some of the hottest names in music, including Pitbull, GRAMMY® nominated Jenson Vaughan and vocalists Eric Saade and Duane Harden, among others.

The 15th Annual Latin GRAMMY® Awards were broadcast from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and aired on the Univision Network.

This year’s Sony Music Latin winners include Babasónicos, Calle 13, Camila, Carlos Vives, Jorge Celedón, La Sonora Santantera, Marc Anthony, Pepe Aguilar y Raíz.

About Sony Music US Latin: Sony Music US Latin, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment, is the leading Latin music company overseeing the U.S. and Puerto Rico and home to the most prolific artists in the Latin genre.

About Sony Music Entertainment: Sony Music Entertainment is a global recorded music company with a current roster that includes a broad array of both local artists and international superstars. The company boasts a vast catalog that comprises some of the most important recordings in history. It is home to premier record labels representing music from every genre, including Arista Nashville, Beach Street Records, Bystorm Entertainment, Columbia Nashville, Columbia Records, Day 1, Descendant Records, Epic Records, Essential Records, Essential Worship, Fo Yo Soul Recordings, Kemosabe Records, Legacy Recordings, MASTERWORKS, Polo Grounds, RCA Inspiration, RCA Nashville, RCA Records, Reunion Records, Sony Classical, Sony Music Latin, Star Time International, Syco Music, Vested in Culture and Volcano. Sony Music Entertainment is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Corporation of America.

For more information:
Kary-An Díaz | Sr. Manager Press & Publicity
Sony Music Entertainment – US Latin

Glenn Selig
The Publicity Agency
Phone: 813-300-5454

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SOURCE:  SONY Music Latin

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