- Vicente Fernández is awarded a Latin Grammy award
- Enters the category of best ranchera music album for A mis 80’s
- It’s the best news they give him and his family while he’s still hospitalized
While still hospitalized for his health, now they give the best news to Vicente Fernández ‘El Charro de Huentitán’ and his family and Hispanic stars celebrate, as he wins the Latin Grammy award for the best ranchera music album A mis 80’s According to information published on the Infobae news portal, other winners who did their best work during 2020 and in May of this year 2021 were also announced.
Vicente Fernández won the award for Best Ranchera / Mariachi Music Album for A Mis 80’s at the Latin Grammy Premiere, the awards given prior to the televised ceremony. Despite being hospitalized, “El Charro de Huentitán” was one of the first artists to be recognized for the best of Latin American music, at Michelob Ultra Arena in Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas.
WHO ELSE RECEIVED AWARDS?
For his part, Camilo has received two awards: Best Pop Song for “Vida de Rico” and Best Urban Fusion / Performance for “Tattoo”. Christian Nodal was also the recipient of the award in the category for Best Regional Mexican Song for “Aqui Abajo”, while Mon Laferte won the Best Singer-Songwriter Album for his album entitled SEIS.
As reported a few days ago, Vicente Fernández’s recovery is progressing after leaving the intensive care area at the end of October. According to the medical report issued the night of November 16 through his social networks, the singer can now periodically remain without the artificial respirator to which he was connected.
WHAT OTHER GOOD NEWS DID VICENTE FERNÁNDEZ’S FAMILY GET BEFORE THE GRAMMY?
“We are proud to inform you that it has been possible to unlink from mechanical ventilation (completely remove the ventilator) in periods of up to one hour and has increased its pulmonary effort to emit vocalization, which is part of the pulmonary rehabilitation process. ”Reads the official document of the doctors of the singer Charro de Huentitán.
Last Friday, his granddaughter Camila, daughter of the “Foal”, specified that her grandfather had begun to interact more with movements of the head and eyes, even that he had begun to articulate words. Chente, 81, was hospitalized on August 6 after a fall at his Los Tres Potrillos ranch, but his health deteriorated after detecting Guillain-Barré Syndrome. To the joy of his family, “El Charro de Huentitán” left intensive care on October 26.
WHAT TAKES CARE OF VICENTE FERNÁNDEZ AFTER WINNING THE GRAMMY?
Vicente Fernández’s health is progressing positively, since the singer may already be disconnected from his artificial respirator for periods of up to an hour, according to a statement released on his social networks. “With continuous and multidisciplinary medical care to maintain and improve their health status, today there has been greater cooperation and improvement in their state of spontaneous breathing,” the text reads.
The letter thanked the support and displays of affection from the followers of the interpreter of “Acá Entre Nos” as well as the media, and reiterated that any information from the medical team on the stability of the famous person will be made only through social networks, with the prior consent of your family.
IS ‘CHARRO DE HUENTITÁN’ AWAKE AND CONSCIOUS?
“We continue with a slow but steady progression to improvement. Currently (Vicente Fernández is) stable, awake during the day, conscious and with greater interaction. He remains with cardiovascular stability, “was added in the statement issued by ‘Charro de Huentitán’, who remains hospitalized, but with better omens about his recovery.
Charro de Huentitán or “Chente”, as he is better known, was hospitalized on August 6 after suffering a fall at his Los Tres Potrillos ranch; A few weeks ago he left the intensive area of the hospital, and although his condition is no longer serious, he has had to fight several ailments after being diagnosed with Guillain-Barré Syndrome. The wife of the musical star, Cuquita Abarca, commented a few days ago that his family hopes to transfer him home soon so that he can continue with his rehabilitation. Filed Under: Vicente Fernández Grammy
OTHER THAN VICENTE FERNÁNDEZ, WHO ELSE WAS HONORED AT THE GRAMMYS?
Rubén Blades, poet, teacher and renovator of salsa, received last night a heartfelt tribute from the Latin Recording Academy, which named the Panamanian Person of the Year for his extensive professional career and his “continuous defense of human rights ”. Success tastes like pain, sweat, hope and tears. Many times it tastes like shit and even if it creates fame, poor person who decides to live in it “, said the musician, actor and activist when he thanked the tribute.
The gala, organized in Las Vegas (USA) one day before the Latin Grammys are awarded, featured performances by artists as varied as Carlos Vives, Marc Anthony, Andrés Calamaro, Rozalén, Diego Torres and Christina Aguilera. All of them brought to their field the most outstanding songs from the extensive discography of Blades, one of the most admired and prolific composers in Latin America. Filed Under: Vicente Fernández Grammy
WHICH ARTISTS WASTE TALENT AND CAUTIVATED THE PUBLIC?
Photo Getty ImagesAmong the musical appearances, Aguilera opened the gala with a version of “Camaleón” in which she wore her jet of voice; Farruko showed that “Amor y Control” fit in with urban rhythms and Rozalén, María Toledo and Beatriz Luengo surprised with a flamenco version of “El Padre Antonio y El Monaguillo Andrés”. There was also a place for Caribbean and tropical rhythms by the hand of Oscar D’Leon with “Looking Guayaba”, Carlos Vives with “Decisiones” and Marc Anthony with “Patria”.
“Thank you all very much, I thought it was excellent, this has been very emotional and I am very grateful,” said the Panamanian and then dedicate the tribute to his country. Before, the invited artists did not hesitate to interrupt the script of the ceremony to dedicate words of admiration to Blades. Among the most emotional speeches was that of Joaquín Sabina, who arrived on stage to read a letter that he introduced, making it clear that it was not easy “to find words that match his talent and admiration.” Filed Under: Vicente Fernández Grammy
Vicente Fernández Grammy: WHO HIGHLIGHTED THE TALENT OF RUBÉN BLADES?
“We are facing one of those guys who are born once every century and what a blessing,” he said before the attentive gaze of Blades, who did not expect the appearance of the Spanish in his tribute. Sabina stressed that Blades, in addition to being the owner of “exemplary conduct”, was able to renew neighborhood music “that served to dance” and elevate it “to the top of the fine arts.” “Gabo (Gabriel García Márquez) once told me that he would change having written his ‘100 years of Soledad’ for having written ‘Pedro Navaja’, he recalled.
Sabina’s praise came after the speech starred by René Perez, from Residente: “You are my mentor, my teacher and friend. Like a father to me ”, promised the musician. Farruko, for his part, tearfully recalled his family bond with the honoree’s music: “This song marked my life in 2002, I went with my grandfather to shop, he took his own life and this song is the one he always played “, Said after interpreting” Love and Control. ”
Vicente Fernández Grammy: HOW WAS THE TRIBUTE TO RUBÉN BLADES?
Others, like Carlos Vives, applauded Blades’ contribution to the Latin “identity”, something that Beatriz Luengo underlined when emphasizing that she “as a Spaniard” was able to “imagine Latin America thanks to her music”. Andrés Calamaro highlighted that the album “Siembra” (considered the best salsa album) “opened the doors” to the world of salsa and Jorge Drexler described Blades as a “blessing for Latin music”.
Born on July 16, 1948 in Panama, Blades, in addition to being an emblematic figure in the salsa revolution of the 70s in New York, has collaborated with rock, jazz, pop, hip-hop and reggaeton artists, among other genres. musicals. During his career he has been the winner of eight Latin Grammy Awards, as well as nine Grammys.
WHAT TRAJECTORY DOES IT PRESUME?
As an actor, he was Emmy nominated and has starred in more than 50 movies and television series in English and Spanish, including his acclaimed role as Daniel Salazar on AMC’s award-winning series “Fear The Walking Dead.” As a result of his interest in politics, in 1994 he participated in the presidential elections in Panama.
However, after applause, Blades rejected the popularity – “fame is a place that you visit, not a home and whoever does not understand it will lose their life” – and took the opportunity to thank all those who have contributed to its success, from his family, his school teachers and musicians who have accompanied him in his career. Filed Under: Vicente Fernández Grammy
WHAT OTHER AWARDS WERE AWARDED?
“They have asked me at the entrance what I had left to do, and I said everything,” he settled. I am not afraid of time, only indifference ”. Before Blades were Person of the Year: Juanes (2019), Maná (2018), Alejandro Sanz (2017), Marc Anthony (2016), Roberto Carlos (2015), Joan Manuel Serrat (2014) and Miguel Bosé (2013).
Caetano Veloso (2012), Shakira (2011), Plácido Domingo (2010), Juan Gabriel (2009), Gloria Estefan (2008), Juan Luis Guerra (2007), Ricky Martin (2006), José José (2005) also received this tribute. ), Carlos Santana (2004), Gilberto Gil (2003), Vicente Fernández (2002), Julio Iglesias (2001) and Emilio Estefan (2000). Filed Under: Vicente Fernández Grammy