Salsa Magazine 6 Year Anniversary Luis Chaluisan

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On February 10, 2016 we are celebrating Six Years of Publishing Salsa Magazine Daily on FB. We not only focus on Classic and Contemporary Salsa Music/Latin Jazz but offer a look at a variety of Arts that Latinos are involved with in the United States to advance our culture as The Second Majority. This includes Theater, Film, Art, Fashion, Education, Politics, Culinary Arts and Academic Symposiums. Our Archives include Audio and Filmed Performances dating from 1973-Today. The template for the Magazine is based on Latin NY Magazine (1973-1985) launched by Mr. Salsa Izzy Sanabria in 1973 where I begin my career as a Reporter/Editor in 1977. The Member subscriber Data Base on FB has exceeded 10,000+ readers while our Google Plus support stream for the Magazine has reached 3,596,960+ views since its May 10, 2011 inception. In the interim We successfully create the Salsa Magazine Top 40 Salsa Awards in 2012 plus help promote Documentaries (From Mambo To Hip Hop-The Latin NY Salsa Explosion-Rocker Roller Rican) to name just a few of our Professional highlights. We feel one important aspect of the E-zine is that mainstream professional Broadcast and Print Journalists from both the English and Spanish speaking worlds utilize our Magazine for leads on important stories that we feature. In closing, we are grateful that we are acknowledged by these journalists for being one of the most positive outlets for Latino news in the Social Network Universe. Esa Va! Y Adelante!
Luis Chaluisan
Managing Editor
Salsa Magazine
As part of our Six Year Anniversary we have produced a 30 Minute Virtual Concert. Enjoy! WEPAwebTV Clasicos De La Musica Latina – Salsa Magazine Luis Chaluisan
Included in this Broadcast: https://lnkd.in/bnne2yR
1. Celia Cruz Declaraciones Sobre El Bárbaro Beny More
2, Cheo Feliciano Eddie Palmieri – Busca Lo Tuyo
3. Daniel Santos con la Sonora Matancera
4. El Gran Combo De Puerto Rico – Moforibale Al Tambo
5. Elias López y La Compañía Ya Es Muy Tarde Canta Junior Toledo
6. Eliot Cintron – Trombón en el 35 Aniversario de Bobby Valentin
7. Grupo Mi Son con Amadito Valdés
8. Joe Arroyo – Bam bam kiribim bam bam
9. Joe Ruiz – Bilongo
10. Los Naranjos – Échale Candela
11. Louie Ramirez Y Super Banda vocal Jorge Maldonado – El Titere
12. Luis ‘Perico’ Ortiz – Canta Domingo Quiñones
13. Marvin Santiago – Fuego a la Jicotea
14. Orquesta Aragon
15. Orquesta Aragon Rafael Felo – Bacallao
16. Sociedad 76 – La Solución de la Salsa
17. Tito Rodríguez – Vitin Aviles
18. Wayne Gorbea y Salsa Picante
19. Willie Rosario Canta Gilberto Santa Rosa – Al Fin Te Fuiste

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The Life And Music Of Tito Rodríguez Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine 87 Min.

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Tito Rodriguez is an important contributor to our musical legacy. There are more than 1,453 signatures so far to give Tito Rodriguez a posthumous Grammy Award. Take a moment to sign the petition if you have not done so already. http://www.gopetition.com/…/the-recording-academy-posthumou…
Vocalist, percussionist, band leader, composer, producer, label boss Tito Rodríguez was ‘equally talented as an uptempo improvising sonero (singer in the salsa style) and a romantic singer’. ‘At its peak, the Rodríguez band’s blend of Cuban-orientated numbers and tight, solo-filled instrumentals equalled any of his rivals’ (quotes from The Latin Tinge by John Storm Roberts, 1979). At the age of 16 he played maracas and sang second voice with Cuarteto Mayari before relocating to New York to live with his older brother Johnny (b. 10 October 1912, Camuy, Puerto Rico), who had moved there in 1935. Popular vocalist/composer Johnny formed his own trio in 1940; recordings he made with his trio on the Seeco label were collected on Encores De Johnny Rodríguez Y Su Trio and Siempre Favoritas De Johnny Rodríguez Y Su Trio.
Rodríguez’s first job in the city was with Cuarteto Caney. After brief stints with Enric Madriguera and Xavier Cugat (as a singer and bongo player), a year in the US Army was followed by a spell singing with Noro Morales. El Dinamico Tito Rodríguez was a reissue of a Morales collection with Tito. In 1946 Cuban pianist/composer José Curbelo recruited Rodríguez and Tito Puente (on timbales) to his band, which became an ‘incubator’ for the future New York mambo sound. Recordings made by Curbelo’s band during the two years of Tito’s period of tenure were later compiled on Los Reyes Del Mambo. In 1946, while Curbelo’s band were appearing at the China Doll nightclub, Rodríguez met a Japanese American chorus girl called Tobi Kei (b. Takeku Kunimatzu, 23 January 1925, Bellingham, Washington, USA), whom he married a few months later. In February 1947, while he was still with Curbelo, Tito participated in a recording session by Chano Pozo for Gabriel Oller’s SMC label, which included the Machito band, Arsenio Rodríguez and Miguelito Valdés. Curbelo sacked Rodríguez in 1947. The band leader had given him a day off to look after Tobi, who was sick, but someone informed Curbelo that Rodríguez spent the day drinking in a bar. Tito was unemployed for some months.
After leading a short-lived quintet, which he formed in late 1947, Rodríguez organized a trumpet conjunto (group) called the Mambo Devils in mid-1948. With them he recorded eight tunes for SMC, four of them arranged by Puente, who went on to become his musical antagonist. Tito later expanded his outfit to a big band, which he led until 1965. In 1949 he signed to Tico Records, formed in 1948 by two shirt label manufacturers, George Goldner and Art ‘Pancho’ Raymond. Rodríguez had to rename his band the Lobos Del Mambo (Mambo Wolves) as the aggrieved Oller objected to the use of Mambo Devils. He did two stints with the label, between 1949 and 1953 and between 1956 and 1958, during which time he released 78s, six 10-inch volumes of mambos and various 12-inch albums. Material from both these periods was later compiled on Nostalgia (1972) and Uptempo (1978). Tito made no records during 1950 because a wrangle between Goldner and Raymond suspended all recording at Tico. He resumed recording the following year when Goldner took charge of the label. In pursuit of the crossover market, Rodríguez switched to RCA Records in 1953 and his discs on the label sold well. Ritmo Y Melodia, 15 Joyas Tropicales (1990) was the most recent compilation of material culled from his RCA period. On his return to Tico, he issued Wa-Pa-Cha (1956). His final release for them was Señor Tito Rodríguez (1958). In 1960 he signed to United Artists Records on the basis that he would be the only Latin band leader to record for the company. His first album on the label, Live At The Palladium, was a great success. Conflict over top billing at New York’s famous Palladium Ballroom and elsewhere was an aspect of the rivalry that existed between Puente and Rodríguez.
In 1962, Rodríguez had three consecutive massive hits: ‘Vuela La Paloma’ (From West Side Beat), ‘Cuando, Cuando’ (from Back Home In Puerto Rico) and ‘Cara De Payaso’ (from Tito Rodríguez’ Hits), which were all number 1 in Puerto Rico and other South American countries. Rodríguez and his band recorded Back Home In Puerto Rico during a two-week stay on the island in June 1962. His return was marked by official government receptions and heavy media coverage. He tried to find fame in Las Vegas with a revue, but it flopped and he made a heavy financial loss. Tito also recorded as lead singer with La Playa Sextet, whose line-up substituted the electric guitar of their Puerto Rican leader, Payo Alicea, for traditional piano. A compilation of La Playa Sextet cuts with Tito on lead vocals was issued under the title, Tito Dice… Separala Tambien!. In 1963 he issued the Latin jazz Live At Birdland, which featured the jazz musicians Zoot Sims, Clark Terry, Bob Brookmeyer, Al Cohen and Bernie Leighton. The same year Tito had a huge hit of over one-and-a-half million sales with the smoochy string laden bolero ‘Inolvidable’ (Unforgettable), contained on From Tito Rodríguez With Love. The song was written by Cuban band leader/pianist Julio Gutiérrez. He followed this with a series of soft romantic bolero albums, interspersed with uptempo collections like Tito Tito Tito, on which accompanist Israel ‘Cachao’ López’s championing of Latin jam sessions (descargas) was spotlighted on the opening track ‘Descarga Cachao’. The Rodríguez/Puente feud was reflected on some of the recordings Tito made for Musicor Records, such as ‘Avisale A Mi Contrario Que Aqui Estoy Yo’ (Tell My Adversary I’m Here) from Carnival Of The Americas (1964) and the album titleTito No. 1. Cuban vocalist Miguelito Valdés and Machito appealed to the two combatants in the Valdés-penned song ‘Que Pena Me Da’ (How Sorry I Feel) on their 1963 collaboration Reunion. Tito and his band accompanied singer Nelson Pinedo (b. Barranquilla, Colombia) on his Musicor release A Latin In America.
Bad deals and conflict with his colleagues over pay led him to disband and move to Puerto Rico in 1966. Negative attitudes towards ‘Nuyoricans’ (New York Puerto Ricans) initially prevented him from breaking into Puerto Rican television, but he managed to get a show when the parent company of United Artists acquired one of the island’s channels. Guests like Shirley Bassey, Tony Bennett and Sammy Davis Jnr. appeared on his programme. He believed that anti-Nuyorican sentiment was also the reason why he did not receive an award for the show. Feeling rejected by his own people, Tito moved to Coral Gables in Miami, USA. He returned to New York and slayed the capacity audience at the Manhattan Center with the title track of Estoy Como Nunca (I’m As Good As Ever). El Doctor (1968) contained ‘Esa Bomba’, his last rivalry tune aimed at Puente. He was accompanied to Puerto Rico by arranger/saxophonist Ray Santos, who joined his band in 1963. A graduate of New York’s Juilliard School of Music, Santos did stints with Al Santiago’s Chack-a-nunu Boys, Noro Morales (twice), Machito and Tito Puente between the early 50s and 1962. He remained in Puerto Rico to work as a contractor for shows in the major hotels until 1984, when he returned to New York and took up a teaching post at the City College of New York. In 1991, Santos was hired to work on the music for the Hollywood movie adaptation, The Mambo Kings, of the Oscar Hijuelos novel The Mambo Kings Play Songs Of Love (1989).
Rodríguez first displayed signs of illness in 1967 while making one of his last television shows. He decided to found his own TR Records label in 1969 and while waiting for medical test results in the UK, he used British musicians to record the music for his first TR album, Involvidable/Unforgettable. It was confirmed that he had leukaemia but he insisted that the results be kept secret. TR Records, Inc. was launched in August 1971 and his second album on the label, Palladium Memories, sold well. He teamed up with Louie Ramírez for the third release, Algo Nuevo. Tito’s 25th Anniversary Performance, recorded in a nightclub in Perú, was issued a month before his death. The album provoked speculation about whether he had intended it to be a farewell. Rodríguez’s last appearance was with Machito and his band at Madison Square Garden on 2 February 1973. He finally lost the battle with leukaemia and 26 days later, Tito died in Tobi’s arms.

Broadcast Highlights Episodes 1-6:
1. Xavier Cugat Tito Rodriguez Noro Morales “Bim Bam Bum”
2. Enric Madriguera Tito Rodriguez “Un Dos Tres Un Dos”
3. Noro Morales Tito Rodriguez “Tambo”
4. Noro Morales Tito Rodriguez “La Reina De La Rumba”
5. Noro Morales Tito Rodriguez “El Buen Borincano”
6. Jose Curbelo Tito Rodriguez “Rumba Rumbero”
7. Jose Curbelo Tito Rodriguez “Que Siga la Rumba”
8. Machito Chano Pozo Tito Rodriguez “Porque Tu Sufres”
9. Tito Rodriguez Los Lobos Del Mambo “Donde Estabas Tu”
10. Tito Rodriguez y Los Lobos Del Mambo “Mama Guela”
11. Tito Rodriguez – “Tremendo Cumban” Tico Records
12. Tito Rodríguez – “Roy Roy Mambo” Tico Records
13. Tito Rodríguez – “Bésame Mucho” Tico Records
14. Tito Rodríguez – “Mambo En El Rio” Tico Records
15. Tito Rodríguez – “Ritmo y Melodía” Tico Records
16. Tito Rodriguez – La Playa Sextet “Separala También”
17. Tito Rodriguez – “Vuela la Paloma”
18. Tito Rodríguez – “Cuando Cuando Cuando”
19. Tito Rodríguez – “Cara De Payaso”
20. Tito Rodriguez – “Summertime” – Birdland 1961
21. Tito Rodriguez – “Mack the Knife” – Birdland 1961
22. Tito Rodriguez – “Estoy Como Nunca”
23. Tito Rodriguez – “Bilongo”
24. Tito Rodriguez – “Esa Bomba”

The Life And Music Of Tito Rodríguez
Final Episode https://lnkd.in/eWYXyEx
1. Tito Rodriguez – Inolvidable
2. Tito Rodríguez Louie Ramírez – El Mulato Rumbero
3. Tito Rodriguez – Lo Mismo Que A Usted

Tito Rodriguez Memorial Photo Album https://lnkd.in/bRuiRWP

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It is important that we do not let our culture go unrecognized. Tito Rodriguez is important

Tito Rodriguez

Tito Rodriguez

Es importante que no permitamos que nuestra cultura no sea reconocida. Tito Rodríguez es un importante contribuyente a nuestro legacia musical. Hay 1,413 firmas hasta ahora para dar Tito Rodríguez un Premio Grammy póstumo. Tomar un momento para firmar la petición si usted no lo ha hecho. http://www.gopetition.com/…/the-recording-academy-posthumou…
It is important that we do not let our culture go unrecognized. Tito Rodriguez is an important contributor to our musical legacy. There are 1,413 signatures so far to give Tito Rodriguez a posthumous Grammy Award. Take a moment to sign the petition if you have not done so already. http://www.gopetition.com/…/the-recording-academy-posthumou…

Pablo Rodríguez, 4 January 1923, Santurce, San Juan, Puerto Rico, d. 28 February 1973, New York University Hospital, New York, USA. Vocalist, percussionist, band leader, composer, producer, label boss Tito Rodríguez was ‘equally talented as an uptempo improvising sonero (singer in the salsa style) and a romantic singer’. ‘At its peak, the Rodríguez band’s blend of Cuban-orientated numbers and tight, solo-filled instrumentals equalled any of his rivals’ (quotes from The Latin Tinge by John Storm Roberts, 1979). At the age of 16 he played maracas and sang second voice with Cuarteto Mayari before relocating to New York to live with his older brother Johnny (b. 10 October 1912, Camuy, Puerto Rico), who had moved there in 1935. Popular vocalist/composer Johnny formed his own trio in 1940; recordings he made with his trio on the Seeco label were collected on Encores De Johnny Rodríguez Y Su Trio and Siempre Favoritas De Johnny Rodríguez Y Su Trio.
Rodríguez’s first job in the city was with Cuarteto Caney. After brief stints with Enric Madriguera and Xavier Cugat (as a singer and bongo player), a year in the US Army was followed by a spell singing with Noro Morales. El Dinamico Tito Rodríguez was a reissue of a Morales collection with Tito. In 1946 Cuban pianist/composer José Curbelo recruited Rodríguez and Tito Puente (on timbales) to his band, which became an ‘incubator’ for the future New York mambo sound. Recordings made by Curbelo’s band during the two years of Tito’s period of tenure were later compiled on Los Reyes Del Mambo. In 1946, while Curbelo’s band were appearing at the China Doll nightclub, Rodríguez met a Japanese American chorus girl called Tobi Kei (b. Takeku Kunimatzu, 23 January 1925, Bellingham, Washington, USA), whom he married a few months later. In February 1947, while he was still with Curbelo, Tito participated in a recording session by Chano Pozo for Gabriel Oller’s SMC label, which included the Machito band, Arsenio Rodríguez and Miguelito Valdés. Curbelo sacked Rodríguez in 1947. The band leader had given him a day off to look after Tobi, who was sick, but someone informed Curbelo that Rodríguez spent the day drinking in a bar. Tito was unemployed for some months.
After leading a short-lived quintet, which he formed in late 1947, Rodríguez organized a trumpet conjunto (group) called the Mambo Devils in mid-1948. With them he recorded eight tunes for SMC, four of them arranged by Puente, who went on to become his musical antagonist. Tito later expanded his outfit to a big band, which he led until 1965. In 1949 he signed to Tico Records, formed in 1948 by two shirt label manufacturers, George Goldner and Art ‘Pancho’ Raymond. Rodríguez had to rename his band the Lobos Del Mambo (Mambo Wolves) as the aggrieved Oller objected to the use of Mambo Devils. He did two stints with the label, between 1949 and 1953 and between 1956 and 1958, during which time he released 78s, six 10-inch volumes of mambos and various 12-inch albums. Material from both these periods was later compiled on Nostalgia (1972) and Uptempo (1978). Tito made no records during 1950 because a wrangle between Goldner and Raymond suspended all recording at Tico. He resumed recording the following year when Goldner took charge of the label. In pursuit of the crossover market, Rodríguez switched to RCA Records in 1953 and his discs on the label sold well. Ritmo Y Melodia, 15 Joyas Tropicales (1990) was the most recent compilation of material culled from his RCA period. On his return to Tico, he issued Wa-Pa-Cha (1956). His final release for them was Señor Tito Rodríguez (1958). In 1960 he signed to United Artists Records on the basis that he would be the only Latin band leader to record for the company. His first album on the label, Live At The Palladium, was a great success. Conflict over top billing at New York’s famous Palladium Ballroom and elsewhere was an aspect of the rivalry that existed between Puente and Rodríguez.
In 1962, Rodríguez had three consecutive massive hits: ‘Vuela La Paloma’ (From West Side Beat), ‘Cuando, Cuando’ (from Back Home In Puerto Rico) and ‘Cara De Payaso’ (from Tito Rodríguez’ Hits), which were all number 1 in Puerto Rico and other South American countries. Rodríguez and his band recorded Back Home In Puerto Rico during a two-week stay on the island in June 1962. His return was marked by official government receptions and heavy media coverage. He tried to find fame in Las Vegas with a revue, but it flopped and he made a heavy financial loss. Tito also recorded as lead singer with La Playa Sextet, whose line-up substituted the electric guitar of their Puerto Rican leader, Payo Alicea, for traditional piano. A compilation of La Playa Sextet cuts with Tito on lead vocals was issued under the title, Tito Dice… Separala Tambien!. In 1963 he issued the Latin jazz Live At Birdland, which featured the jazz musicians Zoot Sims, Clark Terry, Bob Brookmeyer, Al Cohen and Bernie Leighton. The same year Tito had a huge hit of over one-and-a-half million sales with the smoochy string laden bolero ‘Inolvidable’ (Unforgettable), contained on From Tito Rodríguez With Love. The song was written by Cuban band leader/pianist Julio Gutiérrez. He followed this with a series of soft romantic bolero albums, interspersed with uptempo collections like Tito Tito Tito, on which accompanist Israel ‘Cachao’ López’s championing of Latin jam sessions (descargas) was spotlighted on the opening track ‘Descarga Cachao’. The Rodríguez/Puente feud was reflected on some of the recordings Tito made for Musicor Records, such as ‘Avisale A Mi Contrario Que Aqui Estoy Yo’ (Tell My Adversary I’m Here) from Carnival Of The Americas (1964) and the album titleTito No. 1. Cuban vocalist Miguelito Valdés and Machito appealed to the two combatants in the Valdés-penned song ‘Que Pena Me Da’ (How Sorry I Feel) on their 1963 collaboration Reunion. Tito and his band accompanied singer Nelson Pinedo (b. Barranquilla, Colombia) on his Musicor release A Latin In America.
Bad deals and conflict with his colleagues over pay led him to disband and move to Puerto Rico in 1966. Negative attitudes towards ‘Nuyoricans’ (New York Puerto Ricans) initially prevented him from breaking into Puerto Rican television, but he managed to get a show when the parent company of United Artists acquired one of the island’s channels. Guests like Shirley Bassey, Tony Bennett and Sammy Davis Jnr. appeared on his programme. He believed that anti-Nuyorican sentiment was also the reason why he did not receive an award for the show. Feeling rejected by his own people, Tito moved to Coral Gables in Miami, USA. He returned to New York and slayed the capacity audience at the Manhattan Center with the title track of Estoy Como Nunca (I’m As Good As Ever). El Doctor (1968) contained ‘Esa Bomba’, his last rivalry tune aimed at Puente. He was accompanied to Puerto Rico by arranger/saxophonist Ray Santos, who joined his band in 1963. A graduate of New York’s Juilliard School of Music, Santos did stints with Al Santiago’s Chack-a-nunu Boys, Noro Morales (twice), Machito and Tito Puente between the early 50s and 1962. He remained in Puerto Rico to work as a contractor for shows in the major hotels until 1984, when he returned to New York and took up a teaching post at the City College of New York. In 1991, Santos was hired to work on the music for the Hollywood movie adaptation, The Mambo Kings, of the Oscar Hijuelos novel The Mambo Kings Play Songs Of Love (1989).
Rodríguez first displayed signs of illness in 1967 while making one of his last television shows. He decided to found his own TR Records label in 1969 and while waiting for medical test results in the UK, he used British musicians to record the music for his first TR album, Involvidable/Unforgettable. It was confirmed that he had leukaemia but he insisted that the results be kept secret. TR Records, Inc. was launched in August 1971 and his second album on the label, Palladium Memories, sold well. He teamed up with Louie Ramírez for the third release, Algo Nuevo. Tito’s 25th Anniversary Performance, recorded in a nightclub in Perú, was issued a month before his death. The album provoked speculation about whether he had intended it to be a farewell. Rodríguez’s last appearance was with Machito and his band at Madison Square Garden on 2 February 1973. He finally lost the battle with leukaemia and 26 days later, Tito died in Tobi’s arms.

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Plugola and Payola in The Latin Music Industry Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine

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plugola
Plugola is the illicit business practice of endorsing a product or service on radio or television for personal gain, without the consent of the network or stations. “Pluggers” have been known to accept bribes of money, alcohol, or free products and services. This contrasts greatly from commercial sponsorship because the benefits of the endorsement go to the individual talent or programmers, while the stations and networks receive no revenue.

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Payola, in the music industry, is the illegal practice of payment or other inducement by record companies for the broadcast of recordings on commercial radio in which the song is presented as being part of the normal day’s broadcast. Under U.S. law, 47 U.S.C. § 317, a radio station can play a specific song in exchange for money, but this must be disclosed on the air as being sponsored airtime, and that play of the song should not be counted as a “regular airplay”.
The term has come to refer to any secret payment made to cast a product in a favorable light (such as obtaining positive reviews).
Some radio stations report spins of the newest and most popular songs to industry publications. The number of times the songs are played can influence the perceived popularity of a song.
The term payola is a combination of “pay” and “-ola” a common suffix of product names in the early 20th century, such as Pianola, Victrola, Amberola, or Crayola.[Payola has come to mean the payment of a bribe in commerce and in law to say or do a certain thing against the rules of law, but more specifically a commercial bribe. The FCC defines “payola” as a violation of the sponsorship identification rule that in 2005-06 resulted in tens of millions of dollars in fines to cable corporations in New York.

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Salsa Magazine 2015 Recognition: Acknowledgement of Integrity As Musicians. Luis Chaluisan

Integridad

On October 9th, 2015 we are releasing the complete list of musicians from across the world we consider to be positive contributors to the advancement of Latino Music and Culture. The nominees biographies are featured February 1, 2015 – September 30, 2015. https://www.facebook.com/groups/salsamagazine/

1. Millie Puente
2. Tito Rodriguez Jr
3. Coati Mundi
4. Los Hermanos Moreno
5. Papo Vazquez
6. Moisés Cancel El Sexteto De La Salsa
7. Wilson Chembo Corniel
8. Gino Castillo
9. Peter Vega Y Mayaguez Big Band
10. Viktor Amauri Balaguer y “Los Callejeros”
11. Fe De Cuba
12. Luisito Rosario
13. Grupo La Negramenta
14. Jorge Papagofio Jr Alonso
15. Tito Guadalupe
16. Casimiro JR Rodriguez
17. Reinaldo Titi Ortiz
18. Pedro Pocholo Segundo
19. David Lucca
20. Marcos Herman Freddy Colon
21. Edwin Pabon
22. Deborah Magdalena
23. Hector Manuel
24. Angel Trinidad “Choco”
25. Nandy Rosario
26. Jose Ortiz “Dr. Drum Bombayo”
27. Orlando Ortiz
28. Ray Carrion
29. Loco Mic
30. Rene Camacho
31. Zaccai Curtis
32. Adriel Gonzalez
33. Abigail Ray Hillman Abby Ray
34. David Goya Gonzalez
35. Carlos Jimenez
36. Miss YaYa Vargas
37. Guillermo Bubba Faz

Salsa Magazine Reconocimiento 2015: Reconocimiento de Integridad como músicos. El 09 de octubre 2015 evamos a lanzar la lista completa de los músicos de todo el mundo que consideramos ser factores positivos para el avance de la Música Latina y Cultura. Las biografías de los nominados se ofrecen 1 febrero 2015 hasta 30 septiembre 2015.

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Salsa Magazine Reconocimiento 2015: Reconocimiento de Integridad como músicos Luis Chaluisan

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Reconocimiento de Integridad como músicos

Millie Puente  

Miss Sifu (Nicaury Lamadrina Rodriguez)

Marcos Herman Freddy Colon


Luisito Rosario


Casimiro JR Rodriguez


Noel Quintana


Frankie Morales


Jorge Papagofio Jr Alonso


Jose Ortiz

El 09 de octubre 2015 evamos a lanzar la lista completa de los músicos de todo el mundo que consideramos ser factores positivos para el avance de la Música Latina y Cultura. Las biografías de los nominados se ofrecen 1 febrero 2015 hasta 30 septiembre 2015.

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Salsa Magazine 2015 Recognition: Acknowledgement of Integrity As Musicians. On October 9th, 2015 we are releasing the complete list of musicians from across the world we consider to be positive contributors to the advancement of Latino Music and Culture. The nominees biographies are featured February 1, 2015 – September 30, 2015.
Presented by/presentado por: Luis Chaluisan
http://www.luischaluisan.com/ 
Salsa Electric CabaretPresented by WEPAwebTV – New Edge Theater VWEPAwebTV WEPAwebTV Roughrican Productions Rocker Roller Rican vlɒɡSalsamagazine.com 2014 Recognition Awards Federico Chaluisan L.f. Chaluisan Batlle Editors WEPAwebTV – New Edge Theater

“The Salsamagazine.com Salsa Music Awards Fan Club” Luis Chaluisan Salsa Magazine 7800 Subcribers

The Salsamagazine.com Salsa Music Awards Fan Club  

Salsa AwardsSalsa recognitions orchestrated in BG
Written by Sentinel-Tribune
When Salsa Magazine honored the top Latin music perfomers, it tapped resources in Bowling Green to do so. Local disc jockey and web TV pro ducer Luis Chaluisan with Maria Hernandez helped promote the competition.
Using resources of WBGU FM and WEPAwebTV votes were tallied from around the world. More than two million votes were cast with Karibu El Son Del Caribe of Costa Rica bringing in almost 1.4 million to top the fan favorite list. The Puerto Rican band Orquesta Siglo XXI was a distant second with 632,835 votes. In all 290 acts received votes in the balloting which ended Aug. 31.
The online magazine selected the top 40 performers for recognition. Performers came from both Latin American and North American, and included performers from Paris and Munich, Germany.
When it came time to send out awards, Chaluisan, who lives in Bowling Green, contracted with Becky Laabs of art-a-site! in downtown to create the trophies. The awards were mailed out this week.
Thank You For Making The Awards A Success
Gracias Por Hacer Los Premios De Salsamagazine.com Un Gran Éxito!
Esto es Nuestro Regalo Al Mundo De La Salsa.. Disfruten!
Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Awards Broadcast (Dos Horas De Lo Mejor De La Salsa Elegido Por Los Fanaticos Del Mundo.)
Presentation of salsamagazine.com top 40 Fan Favorite Awards transmitted by Radio, TV and the Web. Produced by Mr Salsa Izzy Sanabria in conjunction with Luis Chaluisan and Maria Hernandez (Mr Salsa/WEPAwebTV/WBGU FM) 

Salsa Music Awards WBGU FM Broadcast 

Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Awards
A celebration of the world’s favorite Latino Artists selected by those who matter the most: THE FANS!
OPENING THEME BY Joe Collado Theme Song (Rumba TNT) was Mixed and Mastered by Galo Rivera @ GR Music Delray Beach, FL
SALSAMAGAZINE.COM SALSA AWARDS 
OFFICIAL TOP FORTY FAN FAVORITES
1. Karibú Son del Caribe 1,389,275 Votes Costa Rica
2. Orquesta Siglo X Xi 632,835 Votes Cataño, PR
3. Conjunto Puerto Rico 610,178 Votes Puerto Rico
4. Tito Guadalupe 552,193 Votes Waterbury, Ct
5. Trina Medina 527,583 Votes Caracas, Venezuela
6. Son de Tikizia 521,734 Votes Costa Rica
7. HURACAN ORQUESTA 453,164 Votes Cali, Colombia
8. Orquesta La Maxima 447,121 Votes PR
9. Orq Espada 369,153 Votes Hartford, Ct.
10 Edwin Pabon 331,833 Votes Boston, MA
11. ACHE SONORA 300,121 Votes Bogota, Colombia
12. CLERIKO SALSA 269,841 Votes Buenos Aires, Argentina
13 Leo D’Barrio 233,127 Votes Cali, Colombia
14. URBANA SALSA CAPITAL 198,462 Votes Colombia
15. Michael Stuart – Official 193,147 Votes San Juan, Puerto Rico
16. AMARYLLIS SANTIAGO 181,949 Votes Columbia, Pa
17. CHOCOLATE Y SU ORQUESTA 174,573 Votes Philadelphia Angel Trinidad
18. Carlos Jimenez 173,860 Votes Yonkers NY
19. Wito Colon Orq II 171,956 Votes Puerto Rico
20. FANIA EVOLUTION 166,163 Votes Caracas, Venezuela
21. BAILATINO LA RESISTENCIA SALSERA 152,694 Votes
22. Boricua Legends 130,739 Votes New York, New York Pedro Pocholo Segundo Gilberto Colon Jr.
23. ORQUESTA MADERA NUEVA 120,000 Votes Costa Rica
24. RAFAELITO Y SU TUMBAO 114,732 Votes Munich, Germany Rafaelo Parejas
25. Ismael Miranda 107,748 Votes Caguas, Puerto Rico
26. Víctor Manuelle 99,357 Votes Isabela, Puerto Rico
27. ERIK SANCHEZ Y SU ORQUESTA 98,121 Votes Costa Rica
28. JUNIOR GONZALEZ 91,572 + Votes Puerto Rico
29. SALSOCO 91,362 Ponce, Puerto Rico Miguel Chagua Lopez
30. Don Perignon 91,126 Votes Puerto Rico
31. ” Tito Nieves “ 90,195 + Votes Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
32. COCOBLUE SALSA BAND 90,121 + Votes Bogota, Colombia
33. TEGO CALDERON 89,737 + Votes Santurce Puerto Rico
34. Virgen Milagros Orta 89,127 + Votes Brooklyn NY
35. CANO ESTREMERA 87,168 Votes San Juan, Puerto Rico
36. HERMAN OLIVERAS 86,964 Votes Florida, USA
37. Tony Tahé 81,323 Votes Paris, France
38. Conjunto Imagen 79,189 + Votes N Y NY
39. FAJARDO Jr Y SU ORQUESTA 79,161 Votes New Jersey
40. Conjunto Clasico Salsa77,371 Votes New York, New York

COMPLETE LIST OF FINAL VOTES IN SALSAMAGAZINE.COM SALSA AWARDS 2012
Voting Was Held June 6, 2012-August 31 2012
1. 3ball MTY 26,484 Votes
2. 3D Ritmo de Vida 20,890 Votes
3. 8 Y Mas 35,929 Votes
4. ACHE SONORA 300,121 Votes
5. ADRIAN CISNEROS 37,386 Votes
6. ADRIEL GONZALEZ 18,207 Votes
7. AFINCA’O 26,375 Votes
8. ALBERTO BARROS 38,686 Votes
9. ALEJANDRO Y SUS ONIX 23,850 Votes
10. ALEX DIABLOSON 60,596 Votes
11. ALFONSO GUERRERO Y SU ORQUESTA 16,593 Votes
12. ALVARO GRANOBLES 41,694 Votes
13. AMARYLLIS SANTIAGO 181,949 Votes
14. ANDY CAICEDO 22,859 Votes
15. ANNETTE CARRION 28,885 Votes
16. ARLEY & SU PROYECTO K-LIBRE 118,54 Votes
17. AZUCAR NEGRA 49,596 Votes
18. BAILATINO LA RESISTENCIA SALSERA 152,694 Votes
19. BAILONGO 19,643 Votes
20. BARBARO FINES Y SU ORQUESTA MAYIMBE 49,498 Votes
21. BEATRIZ LOPEZ Y ACHEVEREDE CUBA 27,958 Votes
22. BENICIA 19,760 Votes
23. BERNARDO QUESADA Y RUMBA JAM 30,704 Votes
24. Billy Carrion43,807 Votes
25. BIO RITMO Bio Ritmo 43,642 Votes
26. BLOQUE 53 21,840 Votes
27. BOBBY RIVAS 56,937 Votes
28. BORICUA LEGENDS 130,739 Votes
29. BORY PA 26,866 Votes
30. BRIAN MICHAEL 8,943 Votes
31. BUIKA NEW AFRO SPANISH GENERATION 36,121 Votes
32. BUITRAGO 13,057 Votes
33. CALAMBUCO 38,121 Votes
34. CALLE 13 43,958 Votes
35. CANO ESTREMERA 87,168 Votes
36. CARLITOS ROMERO 14,697 Votes
37. CARLOS CASCANTE Y SU TUMBAO 25,378 Votes
38. CARLOS D’CASTRO 37,967 Votes
39. CARLOS JIMENEZ 173,860 Votes
40. CARLOS KALUNGA 14,987 Votes
41. CARLOS MOJICA & SONIDO CRIMINAL 5,131 Votes
42. CARLOS PENA Y SU SALSA SWING 5,554 Votes
43. CARLOS POLO 22,962 Votes
44. CARLOS ROSARIO 33,849 Votes
45. CAROLINA LA O 11,121 Votes
46. CASIMIRO RODRIGUEZ 52,967 Votes
47. CHARANGOA 32,332 Votes
48. CHINO RAMOS Y SU ORQUESTA 30,843 Votes
49. CHOCO ORTA 89,127 Votes
50. CHOCOLATE Y SU ORQUESTA 174,573 Votes
51. CHOCQUIBTOWN 37,482 Votes
52. CINDY BRADLEY 27,312 Votes
53. CITA RODRIGUEZ 28,000 Votes
54. CLANDESKINA ORQUESTA 34,000 Votes
55. CLERIKO SALSA 269,841 Votes
56. COCOBLUE SALSA BAND 90,121 Votes
57. CONCEPTO SABOR 15,196 Votes
58. CONJUNTO CLASICO 77,371 Votes
59. CONJUNTO IMAGEN 79,189 Votes
60. CONJUNTO IMPACTO 33,121 Votes
61. CONJUNTO PUERTO RICO 610,178 Votes
62. COSA NUESTRA DE TITO MANRIQUE 15,783 Votes
63. CRISTIAN GONZALEZ Y ORQUESTA BOHEMIA 32,471 Votes
64. CUBANOSON 41,174 Votes
65. DAVID MURRAY CUBAN ENSEMBLE 44,375 Votes
66. DIANA 12,185 Votes
67. DISLOCADOS 22,638 Votes
68. DON PERIGNON Y LA PUERTORRIQUENA 91,126 Votes
69. DS THE EVOLUTION 26,793 Votes
70. E’REAL 26,759 + 15,300 Votes
72. EDGARD NEVAREZ 21,000 Votes
73. EDWIN PABON 331,833 Votes
74. EDWIN RIVERA 18,452 Votes
75. EL CHACAL 13,946 Votes
76. EL MAESTRO SEDA 43,687 Votes
77. EL NORO Y LA TRIBU 25,121 Votes
78. ELAINE ELIAS 17,881 Votes
79. ELENA PEACH 13,893 Votes
80. ESPERANZA SALSA 13,073 Votes
81. EVA AYLLON 37,732 Votes
82. FABIAN ALMAZAN TRIO 21,273 Votes
83. FABIAN TORRES 36,194 Votes
84. FABIO GIANNI & LATIN SOUND MACHINE 17,333 Votes
85. FAJARDO JR. Y SU ORQUESTA 79,161 Votes
86. FANIA EVOLUTION 166,163 Votes
87. FERNANDO CALLE Y LA ORQUESTA LA LLAVE 16,837 Votes
88. FLAVIO SANGUINETTI 13,285 Votes
89. FRANKIE MORALES 38,158 Votes
90. FRANKIE RUIZ JR 64,127 Votes
91. FRANKIE VASQUEZ 26,195 Votes
92. FRANKLIN VELOZ 12,738 Votes
93. FROYBER´S CALIBRE ORQUESTA 16,636 Votes
94. GABO F. SALSA 19,174 Votes
95. GAITANES 21,267 Votes
96. GERLEY 19,111 Votes
97. GONZALO Y LOS PRINCIPES DE LA SALSA 12,932 Votes
98. GRUPO ARCANO 22,852 Votes
99. GRUPO BAKKAN 42,953 Votes
100. GRUPO MANGO 16,131 Votes
101. GRUPO SALSAFON 34,538 Votes
102. H.M.A SALSA JAZZ ORCHESTRA 25,121 Votes
103. HAROLD SAA 37,957 Votes
104. HENRY SANTOS 47,942 Votes
105. HERENCIA SALSERA 34,153 Votes
106. HERMAN OLIVERA 86,964 Votes
107. HURACAN ORQUESTA 453,164 Votes
108. ISMAEL MIRANDA 107,748 Votes
109. ISSAC DELGADO 28,125 Votes
110. JAIME ANDRES GOMEZ 12,867 Votes
111. JENNY COLON 20,132 Votes
112. JERRY GONZALEZ Y LOS COMANDOS DE LA CLAVE 39,836 Votes
113. JESUS “CHUTI” SERRANO 21,848 Votes
114. JHON SILVA 33,936 Votes
115. JIMMY SAA 52,741 Votes
116. JOE COLLADO 35,927 Votes
117. JOHNNY RAY 49,335 Votes
118. JOHNNY RIVERA 31,936 Votes
119. JOHNNY ROJAS 22,752 Votes
120. JOSE LUGO Y GUASABARA 16,067 Votes
121. JOSE LUIS ORDI 3,141 Votes
122. JOSE PIPO PENALVER 31,627 Votes
123. JOSE RAUL “LIPS” MORALES 62,842 Votes
124. JUAN LUIS GUERRA 37,373 Votes
125. JUNIOR GONZALEZ 91,572 Votes
126. JUNIOR JEIN 12,119 Votes
127. KARIBU EL SON DEL CARIBE 1,389,275 Votes
128. KEVIN CEBALLO 26,131 Votes
129. LA 33 26,131 Votes
130. LA CAMERATA ROMEU 15,193 Votes
131. LA CHARANGA HABANBERA 19,121 Votes
132. LA CHARANGA MODERNA CANTA WILLITO OTERO 36,174 Votes
133. LA EXCELENCIA 16,736 Votes
134. LA FIEBRE 18,173 Votes
135. LA JOYCE 16,121 Votes
136. LA MAS ORQUESTA 43,151 Votes
137. LA MAXIMA de MAXIMINO RIVERA 447,121 Votes
138. LA NEGRAMENTA 15,121 Votes
139. LA SALSERA SOL 37,473 Votes
140. LA SONORA LIBRE 17,912 Votes
141. LA SUCURSAL SA 16,001 Votes
142. LA ZONA 31,423 Votes
143. LEO D`BARRIO 233,127 Votes
144. LETTY SANDOVAL 13,000 Votes
145. LISANDRO TORRES Y SU ORQUESTA 43,123 Votes
146. LISETT MORALES LA MULATA DEL SABOR 61,937 Votes
147. LOS CHARLY’S ORCHESTRA 3,392 Votes
148. LOS CONQUISTADORES DE LA SALSA 22,127 Votes
149. LOS HERMANOS LOVO 42,111 Votes
150. LOS MUERTOS DE SIEMPRE 23,728 Votes
151. LOS VIGILANTES 13,173 Votes
152. LOWER EAST SALSA 15,128 Votes
153. LUCIA PULIDO 15,741 Votes
154. LUCKY 7 MAMBO 26,573 Votes
155. LUCRECIA 55,374 Votes
156. LUIS DISLA 24,264 Votes
157. LUIS ENRIQUE 32,927 Votes
158. LUIS GARCIA Y SU FRENTE UNIDO 14,146 Votes
159. LUIS GONZALEZ Y SU ORQUESTA 56,538 Votes
160. LUISITO CARRION 77,173 Votes
161. MAITE HONTELE 55,317 Votes
162. MAMBO LEGENDS ORCHESTRA 54,173 Votes
163. MARIANO CÍVICO 17,231 Votes
164. MARINA HEREDIA 14,831 Votes
165. MARK & NANDY 51,294 Votes
166. MARK WEINSTEIN 55,942 Votes
167. MARLOW ROSADO 44,836 Votes
168. MATOTUMBA 52,138 Votes
169. MAURO CASTILLO 37,428 Votes
170. MELENA LA RUMBERA 13,159 Votes
171. MERCADONEGRO 46,193 Votes
172. MICHAEL MOSSMAN 29,426 Votes
173. MICHAEL STUART 193,147 Votes
174. MICHEL MAZA 22,572 Votes
175. MICHELLE BRAVA 41,637 Votes
176. MIGUEL ADORN 22,936 Votes
177. MIGUEL MARTINEZ AND CORAZON SUR 14,131 Votes
178. MIGUELITO LAMORTÉ & THE CHINO NUÑEZ ORCHESTRA 4,137 Votes
179. MIKATA 1,000 Votes 15,146 Votes
180. MILES PEÑA 44,723 Votes
181. MIMI IBARRA 30,485 Votes
182. MOISE GONZALEZ 17,131 Votes
183. N SAMBLE 14,736 Votes
184. NAYIBE LA GITANA 35,273 Votes
185. NEGROSON ORQUESTA 13,384 Votes
186. NELSON BELLO & THE CT LATIN JAZZ PROJECT 32,736 Votes
187. NESTOR PACHECO Y LA GUATACA 24,121 Votes
188. NESTOR TORRES 48,163 Votes
189. NG LA BANDA FEAT CUBAN STARS 18,134 Votes
190. OCOTE SOUL SOUNDS 20,173 Votes
191. ORESTES VILATO 69,162 Votes ?
192. ORLANDO ORTIZ 14,158 Votes
193. ORQUESTA AFINKE 12,628 Votes
194. ORQUESTA CHEKERE 20,485 Votes
195. ORQUESTA CLANDESTINA 22,152 Votes
196. ORQUESTA D’CACHE 68,321 Votes ?
197. ORQUESTA DYNNASTIA 15,134 Votes
198. ORQUESTA EL MACABEO 55,145 Votes
199. ORQUESTA ESPADA 369,153 Votes
200. ORQUESTA GALANTE 12,375 Votes
201. ORQUESTA INMENSIDAD 15,163 Votes
202. ORQUESTA LA CRITICA 9,131 Votes
203. ORQUESTA LA GUATEKERA 30,127 Votes
204. ORQUESTA LA SOLUCION 66,173 Votes
205. ORQUESTA LOS SOPRANOS 17,173 Votes
206. ORQUESTA MADERA NUEVA 121,664 Votes
207. ORQUESTA NELSON CANDELA 22,173 Votes
208. ORQUESTA OPA OPA 74,163 Votes
209. ORQUESTA SALSA RUMBA 26,152 Votes
210. ORQUESTA SIGLO XXI 632,835 Votes
211. ORQUESTA SON CANNEY 13,916 Votes
212. OSVIL 32,142 Votes
213. PAPAGOFIO JR. Y SU PODER 53,825 Votes
214. PAULO FG 31,163 Votes
215. PEDRITO CALVO JUNIOR 12,737 Votes
216. PELUSA & LA BANDA CARAMBA 51,316 Votes
217. PEPE Y SU ORQUESTA 22,274 Votes
218. PEQUEÑO JOHNNY Y EL CARTEL 8,119 Votes
219. PIBO MARQUEZ Y SU DESCARGA CRIOLLA 19,164 Votes
220. PORFI BALOA 24,152 Votes
221. PRINCE ROYCE 45,123 Votes
222. QUANTIC & ALICE RUSSELL WITH THE COMBO BÁRBARO 22,172 Votes
223. RAFA PEREZ 29,634 Votes
224. RAFAEL DE JESUS 55,923 Votes
225. RAFAELITO Y SU TUMBAO 114,732 Votes
226. RAFI MARRERO Y SU ORQUESTA 14,128 Votes
227. RAFY NIEVES 13,173 Votes
228. RALPH IRIZARRY & LOS VIEJOS DE LA SALSA 27,163 Votes
229. RANDY PLAZA 54,127 Votes
230. RAQUEL ZOZAYA 8,173 Votes
231. RAY CARRION LATIN JAZZ ALL STARS 13,123 Votes
232. RAY GONZALEZ Y SU ORQUESTA 51,213 Votes
233. RAY SANTANA 32,127 Votes
234. RENZO PADILLA 14,638 Votes
235. RICA OBSESION 9,163 Votes
236. RICHARD LÓPEZ 20,351 Votes
237. RICKY LUIS 44,834 Votes
238. RITA INDIANA 59,126 Votes
239. RITMO MACHINE (ERIC BOBO + LATIN BITMAN) 2,121 Votes
240. ROBERTO FONSECA 23,372 Votes
241. ROBERTO RONDENA (Roberto D’Milan) 42,263 Votes
242. ROBERTO SANTAMARIA 52,173 Votes
243. ROLANDO SANCHEZ 13,173 Votes
244. RON RENAISSANCE 42,926 Votes
245. RUMBANKETE 32,173 Votes
246. RUMBEROS DEL CALLEJON 29,373 Votes
247. SABOR Y CONTROL 14,737 Votes
248. SALSA CELTICA 33,121 Votes
249. SALSOCO 91,362 Votes
250. SAMMY GARCIA Y EL SABOR DE PUERTO RICO 42,426 Votes
251. SANCHEZ Y SU ORQUESTA (ERICK SANCHEZ) 98,121 Votes
252. SANTIAGO ALL STARS 26,019 Votes
253. SARGENTO GARCIA 32,073 Votes
254. SEGUIDA 12,836 Votes
255. SOLER-BARRERA MADAGASCAR TRIO 32,174 Votes
256. SON COMO SON 42,743 Votes
257. SON DE CALI 29,531 Votes
258. SON DE TIKIZIA 521,734 Votes
259. SON DEL PUEBLO 15,152 Votes
260. SONIDO URBANO 19,337 Votes
261. SONORA SANJUANERA 8,364 Votes
262. SUSIE HANSEN 44,126 Votes
263. TEGO CALDERON 89,737 Votes
264. TELMARY 32,163 Votes
265. THE PURGE EFFECT 42,527 Votes
266. TITO GUADALUPE 552,193 Votes
267. TITO MANRIQUE & COSA NUESTRA 32,437 Votes
268. TITO MURILLO & SU ORQUESTA 23,374 Votes
269. TITO NIEVES 90,195 Votes
270. TONY J MESSINA 17,845 Votes
271. TONY SUCCAR 58,975 Votes
272. TONY TAHE 81,323 Votes
273. TRINA MEDINA 527,583 Votes
274. TROMBORANGA ORQUESTA 6,164 Votes
275. TUMBAO CLASICO 22,737 Votes
276. URBANA SALSA CAPITAL 198,462 Votes
277. VICTOR MANUELLE 99,357 Votes
278. VILLARINY SALSA PROJECT 58,164 Votes
279. VIRGY 12,227 Votes
280. WILLIAMSBURG SALSA ORCHESTRA 28,163 Votes
281. WILLIE MUÑOZ Y SU ORQUESTA 26,163 Votes
282. WILLIE PANAMA 48,735 Votes
283. WILLY GARCIA 29,784 Votes
284. WILLY MENTO AND NETO SORPRESA 11,963 Votes
285. WIRO Y SABOR 12,634 Votes
286. WITO COLON 171,956 Votes
287. YACO 42,164 Votes
288. YOKO MIMATA 27,121 Votes
289. YUCID EL SOBRINO 12,945 Votes
290. YURE BUENAVENTURA 31,563 Votes
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1. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Latin Jazz Group
Papo Vazquez’ Pirate Troubadors
Papo Vazquez – Trombone,Leader,Composer
Willie Williams – Saxes Rick Germanson – Piano Dezron Douglas – Bass Alvester Garnett – Drums Anthony Carrillo – Perc. Carlos Maldonado – Perc.
2. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Salsa/Latin Jazz Artist
Andrea Brachfield Flutist
3. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Recording
Pacheco y Su Charanga Vol 1 (1960) Alegre Records
4. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Recording
Jimmy Sabater Joe Cuba Sextet Stepping Out (1962) Seeco
5. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Recording
Eddie Palmieri Y La Perfecta (1962) Alegre Records
6. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Recording
Ricardo Ray Arrives/Comejen (1964) Fonseca Records
7. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Recording
Bobby Vince Paunetto El Sonido Moderno (1964)
8. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards Hall Of Fame 2012 Recording
Lebron Brothers Salsa y Control (1970) Cotique
9. Mon Rivera “Lluvia con Nieve”/”Rain with Snow” (1964) Alegre
salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards 2012 Hall Of Fame Recording
10. Salsamagazine.com Salsa Awards 2012 Lifetime Achievement/Hall Of Fame
“Sugar Coated” Andy Hernandez (COATI MUNDI)

Salsamagazine Awards Show Part 3 TOP 5 FAN FAVORITES IN THE WORLD
1. KARIBU EL SON DEL CARIBE 1,389,275 Votes Costa Rica
2. ORQUESTA SIGLO XXI 632,835 Votes Cataño, PR
3. CONJUNTO PUERTO RICO 610,178 Votes Puerto Rico
4. TITO GUADALUPE 552,193 Votes Waterbury, Ct
5. TRINA MEDINA 527,583 Votes Caracas, Venezuela

Salsamagazine Awards Show Part 2
6. SON DE TIKIZIA 521,734 Votes Costa Rica
7. HURACAN ORQUESTA 453,164 Votes Cali, Colombia
8. LA MAXIMA de MAXIMINO RIVERA 447,121 Votes PR
9. ORQUESTA ESPADA 369,153 Votes Hartford, Ct.
10 EDWIN PABON 331,833 Votes Boston, MA
11. ACHE SONORA 300,121 Votes Bogota, Colombia
12. CLERIKO SALSA 269,841 Votes Buenos Aires, Argentina
13. LEO D`BARRIO 233,127 Votes Cali, Colombia
14. URBANA SALSA CAPITAL 198,462 Votes Colombia
15. MICHAEL STUART 193,147 Votes San Juan, Puerto Rico
16. AMARYLLIS SANTIAGO 181,949 Votes Columbia, Pa
17. CHOCOLATE Y SU ORQUESTA 174,573 Votes Philadelphia
18. CARLOS JIMENEZ 173,860 Votes Yonkers NY
19. WITO COLON 171,956 Votes Puerto Rico
20. FANIA EVOLUTION 166,163 Votes Caracas, Venezuela
21. BAILATINO LA RESISTENCIA SALSERA 152,694 Votes
22. BORICUA LEGENDS 130,739 Votes New York, New York
23. ORQUESTA MADERA NUEVA 120,000 Votes Costa Rica
24. RAFAELITO Y SU TUMBAO 114,732 Votes Munich, Germany
25. ISMAEL MIRANDA 107,748 Votes Caguas, Puerto Rico
26. VICTOR MANUELLE 99,357 Votes Isabela, Puerto Rico
27. ERIK SANCHEZ Y SU ORQUESTA 98,121 Votes Costa Rica

Salsamagazine Awards Show Part 1
28. JUNIOR GONZALEZ 91,572 + Votes Puerto Rico
29. SALSOCO 91,362 Ponce, Puerto Rico
30. DON PERIGNON 91,126 Votes Puerto Rico
31. TITO NIEVES 90,195 + Votes Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico
32. COCOBLUE SALSA BAND 90,121 + Votes Bogota, Colombia
33. TEGO CALDERON 89,737 + Votes Santurce Puerto Rico
34. CHOCO ORTA 89,127 + Votes Brooklyn NY
35. CANO ESTREMERA 87,168 Votes San Juan, Puerto Rico
36. HERMAN OLIVERAS 86,964 Votes Florida, USA
37. TONY TAHE 81,323 Votes Paris, France
38. CONJUNTO IMAGEN 79,189 + Votes N Y NY
39. FAJARDO Jr Y SU ORQUESTA 79,161 Votes New Jersey
40. CONJUNTO CLASICO 77,371 Votes New York, New York — with Maria Hernandez and Luis Chaluisan in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico.

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