Ever since 1978, each time I returned to my most beloved jazz festival, I left with with visions and sounds that are easy to remember.
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I am writing you now because you have had a profound impact on my life; because I have listened to, and embraced your music -- which touches my soul in the deepest of ways -- for more years than I can remember.
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The nominees for the 2012 Latin Grammy awards are in, and Dominican singer Juan Luis Guerra tops the list with six nods.
Guerra scored two of t...
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By Kamren Curiel
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