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Daniel de los Reyes On Tour With Benise

Internationally renowned drummer, percussionist, and DrumJungle producer Daniel de los Reyes (www.danieldelosreyes.com) will be joining the musical cast of flamenco Spanish guitarist BENISE’s Emmy Award Winning “The Spanish Guitar” fall 2010 tour.

 

The three month tour kicks off September 17th in San Francisco, CA and wraps up November 20th in Chicago, IL.

 

To check out BENISE tour dates and purchase tickets to see Daniel on “The Spanish Guitar” tour, visit BENISE’s official website at: www.benise.com.

 

To visit Daniel’s official website for bio, credits, show photos, performance videos, educational opportunities, and his high energy DrumJungle entertainment options, check out www.danieldelosreyes.com!

 

 

 

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Benise-The Spanish Guitar Tour

  

http://www.benise.com/appearances.htm

 

 

 

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Yanni Mexicanísimo

Yanni Mexicanisimo – Mexican music with Yanni’s style

Yanni’s tribute to Mexico and its music

September 3, 2010 – “Yanni Mexicanísimo”,

 

Yanni’s new album dedicated as a tribute to Mexico,

has a great combination of Mexican music with the magic of Yanni’s style.

It includes Rancheras, Sones and Huapangos, among other styles,

that make this album a valuable collection piece.

 

It will be released simultaneously on October 19 in the United States, Mexico and Central America.

A set of concerts is also planned for October, especially in Mexico and the United States.

Mexican concerts will have Mariachi, Orchestra, and a Mexican folkloric ballet ensemble.

Mexican singers Lucero and Pepe Aguilar are guests in this album with the songs

“Mi Ciudad” and “Silverio Pérez” respectively.

 

http://lanval.com/news/yanni-m…annis-style/7141480/

The songs included in this album are:

1. “El Cascabel” by Lorenzo Barcelata (Son)

2. “Granada” by Agustín Lara (Paso Doble)

3. “La Bikina” by Alejandro Roth and Rubén Fuentes (Huapango)

4. “El Son de la Negra” by Silvestre Vargas and Rubén Fuentes (Son)

5. “Cielito Lindo” by Quirino Mendoza (Ranchera)

6. “Silverio Pérez” by Agustín Lara (participation of Pepe Aguilar) (Paso Doble)

7. “Guadalajara” by Pepe Guízar and Paul Lynn (Ranchera)

8. “Mi Ciudad” by Guadalupe Trigo and Eduardo Salas (participation of Lucero) (Ranchera)

9. “María Bonita” by Agustín Lara (Vals)

10. “La Culebra” by Silvestre Vargas and Rubén Fuentes (Son)

11. “La Malagueña” by Ernesto Lecuona (Huapango)

12. “México Lindo y Querido” by Jesús Monge (Ranchera)

 

“Mexico will always have a special place in my heart”, said Yanni.

 “It is an honor to be part of this tribute to Mexico and its music during the Bicentennial celebrations.”

 

www.Yanni.com

 

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Yanni Dedicates A Musical Tribute To Mexico

 

Yanni dedicates a musical tribute to Mexico!

Yanni dedicates a musical tribute to Mexico by bringing Yanni: Mexicanisimo to you.

Yanni: Mexicanisimo brings together some of the most beautiful Mexican songs of all time in a fusion of Ranchero, Symphonic Orchestra and Yanni’s unique magic.

Details coming soon…

Be the first to find out details by staying in touch on www.Yanni.com , through our social communities and our newsletter.

 

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