Vicente Fernández wins a Latin Grammy


While he remains in the hospital where he has been hospitalized for more than three months, the singer Vicente Fernandez conquered this Thursday a Grammy Latino 2021.

During the Premiere of the 22nd edition of the Latin Grammy Awards, which are delivered today in Las Vegas, United States, the “El Charro de Huentitán” was recognized in the category of Best Ranchera / Mariachi Music Album, for “A mis 80’s”.

Fernández has been hospitalized in Guadalajara since last August, due to a injury in the cervical and a degenerative illness.

According to the most recent update Regarding his state of health, the singer shows an improvement in his spontaneous breathing.

“We are proud to inform you that it has been possible to dissociate from mechanical ventilation (completely remove the respirator) in periods of up to one hour, and that it has increased its pulmonary effort to emit vocalization, which is part of the rehabilitation process. pulmonary, ”was reported on November 16 on Vicente Fernández’s Instagram account.

Christian Nodal also wins Latin Grammy

In the Mexican regional music section, the Latin Grammys have announced these winners:

  • Best ranchera / mariachi music album: “A mis 80’s”, Vicente Fernández.
  • Best Regional Mexican Song: “Down here”, Edgar Barrera, René Humberto Lau Ibarra and Christian Nodal, composers (Christian Nodal).
  • Best band music album: “We have fun doing the impossible”, Grupo Firme.
  • Best Tejano album: “Pa ‘la pista y pa’l pisto, Vol. 2”, El Plan.

In the days leading up to today’s gala, the Latin Academy has paid tribute to various legends of Hispanic and Latino music with different events in the city of the game.

A) Yes, Rubén Blades was the protagonist on Wednesday of the honorary tribute Person of the Year.

In addition, they presented the Award for Musical Excellence to the Spanish Joaquín Sabina, the Argentine Fito Páez, the Brazilian Martinho da Vila, the Mexican Emmanuel, the Americans Sheila E. and Pete Escovedo, the Dominican Milly Quezada and the Puerto Rican Gilberto Santa Rosa.

With AP information



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