Latin Grammy Awards of 2013

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14th Latin Grammy Awards
Latin Grammy Awards of 2013 logo.png
DateNovember 21, 2013
VenueMandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
HostsBlanca Soto, Omar Chaparro & Lucero
Highlights
Person of the YearMiguel Bosé
Television/Radio coverage
NetworkUnivision
2012Latin Grammy Awards2014 >
 
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14th Latin Grammy Awards
Latin Grammy Awards of 2013 logo.png
DateNovember 21, 2013
VenueMandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
HostsBlanca Soto, Omar Chaparro & Lucero
Highlights
Person of the YearMiguel Bosé
Television/Radio coverage
NetworkUnivision
2012Latin Grammy Awards2014 >

The 14th Annual Latin Grammy Awards was held on Thursday, November 21, 2013 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. This was the sixth time that Latin Grammys has been held at this location. The main telecast was broadcast on Univision at 8:00PM EST.

The nominations were announced on September 25, 2013.[1] Javier Garza, Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas and Carlos Vives led the nominations with five nods each.[2] Miguel Bosé was honored as the Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year on November 20, the day prior to the Latin Grammy Awards.[3]

Carlos Vives was the biggest winner with three awards, including Song of the Year for "Volví a Nacer"; Marc Anthony won Record of the Year for "Vivir Mi Vida"; Draco Rosa won the award for Album of the Year for Vida; and Gaby Moreno was awarded Best New Artist. This marks the first time since the inaugural awards that the three categories were given to three different artists. Producer Sergio George won three awards, including Producer of the Year.

Awards[edit]

The following is a list of nominees:[4]

General[edit]

Record of the Year

Marc Anthony — "Vivir Mi Vida"

Album of the Year

Draco RosaVida

Song of the Year

Andrés Castro and Carlos Vives — "Volví a Nacer"

Best New Artist

Gaby Moreno

Pop[edit]

Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album

Alejandro SanzLa Música No Se Toca

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Andrés CepedaLo Mejor Que Hay En Mi Vida

Urban[edit]

Best Urban Performance

Pitbull featuring Papayo — "Echa Pa'lla (Manos Pa'rriba)"

Best Urban Music Album

Mala RodríguezBruja

Best Urban Song

Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas — "Ula Ula"

Rock[edit]

Best Rock Album

La Vida BohèmeSerá

Best Pop/Rock Album

Beto CuevasTransformación

Best Rock Song

Cachorro López and Vicentico — "Creo Que Me Enamoré"

Alternative[edit]

Best Alternative Music Album

Natalia LafourcadeMujer Divina, Homenaje a Agustin Lara

Best Alternative Song

Bajofondo — "Pena En Mi Corazón"

Tropical[edit]

Best Salsa Album

Various Artists — Sergio George Presents: Salsa Giants

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album

Felipe Peláez and Manuel Julián — Diferente

Best Contemporary Tropical Album

Juan Luis GuerraAsondeguerra Tour

Best Traditional Tropical Album

Arturo SandovalUn Siglo De Pasión

Best Tropical Fusion Album

Carlos VivesCorazón Profundo

Best Tropical Song

Andrés Castro and Carlos Vives — "Volví a Nacer"

Singer-songwriter[edit]

Best Singer-Songwriter Album

Caetano VelosoAbraçaço

Regional Mexican[edit]

Best Ranchero Album

Vicente FernándezHoy

Best Banda Album

Banda Los RecoditosEl Free
La Original Banda El Limón de Salvador Lizárraga — La Original y Sus Boleros de Amor

Best Tejano Album

David Lee Garza — Just Friends

Best Norteño Album

IntocableEn Peligro de Extinción

Best Regional Song

Pedro Fernández — "Cachito de Cielo"

Instrumental[edit]

Best Instrumental Album

BajofondoPresente

Traditional[edit]

Best Folk Album

Reynaldo ArmasEl Caballo de Oro

Best Tango Album

Diego El CigalaRomance de la Luna Tucumana

Best Flamenco Album

TomatitoSoy Flamenco

Jazz[edit]

Best Latin Jazz Album

Michel CamiloWhat's Up?

Christian[edit]

Best Spanish Christian Album

Alex Campos — Regreso A Ti

Best Portuguese Christian Album

Kleber Lucas — Profeta Da Esperança

Brazilian[edit]

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

Seu JorgeMúsicas Para Churrasco Vol. 1 Ao Vivo

Best Brazilian Rock Album

Jota QuestAo Vivo: Rock in Rio

Best Samba/Pagode Album

Alexandre PiresEletrosamba - Ao Vivo

Best MPB Album

Maria RitaRedescobrir - Ao Vivo

Best Sertaneja Music Album

Victor & Leo — Ao Vivo em Floripa

Best Brazilian Roots Album

Various Artists — Salve Gonzagão 100 Anos

Best Brazilian Song

Roberto Carlos — "Esse Cara Sou Eu"

Children's[edit]

Best Latin Children's Album

Lucky Díaz y La Familia Música — ¡Fantástico!

Classical[edit]

Best Classical Album

Nelson FreireBrasileiro

Best Classical Contemporary Composition

Carlos Franzetti — "Zingaros"

Recording Package[edit]

Best Recording Package

Tonho Quinta-Feira and Fernando YoungAbraçaço (Caetano Veloso)

Production[edit]

Best Engineered Album

Edgar Barrera, Sebastian de Peyrecave, Javier Garza, Julio Reyes Copello and Mike Fuller — Kany García (Kany García)

Producer of the Year

Sergio George

Music Video[edit]

Best Short Form Music Video

Alex Cuba — "Eres Tú"

Best Long Form Music Video

Natalia LafourcadeMujer Divina, Homenaje A Agustín Lara

Special Merit Awards[edit]

The following is a list of special merit awards [5]

Lifetime Achievement Awards
Trustees Award

Changes to award categories[edit]

A new category for Best Urban Performance was added to the Urban music field. The award is intended for commercially released singles or tracks of a newly recorded material within the urban music genre.[6]

Performers[edit]

Presenters[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]