Latin Grammy Award for Best Regional Song
|Latin Grammy Award for Best Regional Song|
|Awarded for||quality regional mexican songs|
|Presented by||Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences|
The Latin Grammy Award for Best Regional Song is an honor presented annually at the Latin Grammy Awards, a ceremony that recognizes excellence and creates a wider awareness of cultural diversity and contributions of Latin recording artists in the United States and internationally. The award is reserved to the songwriters of a new song containing at least 51% of the lyrics in Spanish. Instrumental recordings or cover songs are not elegible.
The award has only been presented to songwriters originating from Mexico and the United States. Mexican songwriters have won a total of seven times and American songwriters have received the award in four occasions.
|2000||Juan Carlos Medrano||Mexico||"El Carretonero"||Los Rieleros del Norte|||
|2001||José Vaca Flores||Mexico||"Borracho Te Recuerdo"||Vicente Fernández|||
|2002||Freddie Martínez||United States||"Del Otro Lado Del Porton"||Ramón Ayala y Sus Bravos del Norte|||
|2003||Joan Sebastian||Mexico||"Afortunado"||Joan Sebastian|||
|2004||Marco Antonio Solís||Mexico||"Tu Amor O Tu Desprecio"||Marco Antonio Solís|||
Johnny Lee Rosas
|Mexico||"Aún Sigues Siendo Mia"||Conjunto Primavera|||
|2007||Freddie Martinez||United States||"A Las Escondidas"||Joe Lopez featuring Jimmy González y Grupo Mazz||
|2008||Joan Sebastian||Mexico||"Estos Celos"||Vicente Fernández||
|2009||Marco Antonio Solís||Mexico||"No Molestar"||Marco Antonio Solís|||
|United States||"Amarte a La Antigua"||Pedro Fernández|||
|2011||Marco Antonio Solís||Mexico||"Tú Me Vuelves Loco"||Marco Antonio Solís|||
- ^[I] Each year is linked to the article about the Latin Grammy Awards held that year.
- ^[II] The performing artist is only listed but does not receive the award.
- ^[III] Showing the name of the songwriter(s), the nominated song and in parentheses the performer's name(s).
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