Jarabe De Palo Nominated for 3 Latin Grammys- Including Album of the Year; Primer Impacto Premieres New Video; U.S. Tour Kicks Off

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"Jarabe De Palo Nominated for 3 Latin Grammys- Including Album of the Year; Primer Impacto Premieres New Video; U.S. Tour Kicks Off"

unnamedUpcoming Jarabe De Palo U.S. Tour Dates
October 03- PHILADELPHIA
October 04 – BALTIMORE
October 05-  ALEXANDRIA 
October 09 – RALEIGH 
October 10 CHARLOTTE
October 13-  ATLANTA 
October 15 – DALLAS
October 16 – HOUSTON
October 17 MCALLEN
October 18 – AUSTIN
October 19 –LAREDO
October 21 – PHOENIX
October 23 LAS VEGAS
October 27 SAN DIEGO
October 28 – ANAHEIM
November 01 -  SAN FRANCISCO

 

Today, Latin Grammy winner Jarabe de Palo premiered his new video ‘Vecina’ on Univision’s Primer Impacto.  This week marks the start of his latest US tour and celebrates his recent nomination for 3 Latin Grammys, including ‘Album of the Year,’ ‘Best Rock Song,’ and ‘Best Pop/Rock Album.’ Watch the video here: http://youtu.be/4i26JkyIHB8

The new single “Vecina” is from Jarabe de Palo’s most recent album ‘Somos’ which debuted #1 on iTunes’ Latin charts.

Terra premiered the album’s previous video, “A Donde Vas,” after Billboard premiered the the video for “Hoy No Soy Yo,” and People En Espanol debuted the first single “Somos.”.

Fronted by prolific songwriter Pau Donés, Barcelona-based Jarabe de Palo is characterized by a catchy fusion of rock and blues with Latin rhythms. The group originally broke onto the international scene with their timeless smash hit “La Flaca,” which was recently covered by Juanes for the new Santana album.

Throughout their storied career, Jarabe de Palo has been nominated for 16 Latin Grammy’s and sold more than five million albums worldwide, collaborating with a wide variety of major artists such as Celia Cruz, Compay Segundo, Pavarotti and Chrissy Hynde (The Pretenders).

Jarabe de Palo’s previous album ‘Y Ahora Que Hacemos?’ was nominated for a Latin Grammy and included the hit single  “La Quiero A Morir,” featuring superstar Alejandro Sanz, which was on regular rotation at Latin pop radio stations from Los Angeles to Puerto Rico.