Latin Grammy Awards of 2010

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11th Latin Grammy Awards
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Date November 11, 2010
Venue Mandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
Hosts Lucero and Eugenio Derbez
Highlights
Person of the Year Plácido Domingo
Television/Radio coverage
Network Univision
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The 11th Annual Latin Grammy Awards were held on Thursday, November 11, 2010 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was the third time the annual event had taken place at this location. The eligibility period for recordings to be nominated was July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010. Nominations were announced on September 8, 2010.[1] On September 14, 2010 it was announced that the Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year honoree would be Plácido Domingo.[2] The big winners of the night were Camila, Juan Luis Guerra and Gustavo Cerati with three awards.[3]

Juan Luis Guerra's A Son de Guerra was awarded the Album of the Year, the second time he has received this award. "Mientes" by pop band Camila won the Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Alex Cuba and Nelly Furtado became the first Canadian musicians to receive a Latin Grammy Award. Cuba received a Latin Grammy Award for Best New Artist and Furtado the Best Female Pop Vocal Album.[4]

Awards[edit]

Winners are in bold text.

General[edit]

Record of the Year

Camila — "Mientes"

Album of the Year

Juan Luis Guerra 440 — A Son de Guerra

Song of the Year

Mario Domm and Mónica Vélez — "Mientes" (Camila)

Best New Artist

Alex Cuba

Pop[edit]

Best Female Pop Vocal Album

Nelly FurtadoMi Plan

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Alejandro SanzParaíso Express

Best Pop Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals

CamilaDejarte de Amar

Urban[edit]

Best Urban Music Album

Chino & NachoMi Niña Bonita

Best Urban Song

La Mala Rodríguez — "No Pidas Perdón"

Rock[edit]

Best Rock Album

Gustavo CeratiFuerza natural

Best Rock Song

Gustavo Cerati — "Deja Vu"

  • Chetes — "Arena"
  • Sebastián Franco, Jesús Herrera, Amauri Sepúlveda, Diego Suárez and Marcos Zavala — "Cárcel" (Bengala)
  • Bruno Albano Naughton, Luis G. Balcarce, Guido Colzani, Daniel Melero, Tomas Putruele, Diego "Uma" Rodriguez, Tuta Torres and Patricio Troncos — "Lo Comandas" (Banda de Turistas)
  • Andrés Calamaro — "Los Divinos"

Alternative[edit]

Best Alternative Music Album
Best Alternative Song

ChocQuibTown — "De Donde Vengo Yo"

  • Hello Seahorse! — "Criminal"
  • Ceci Bastida — "Cuando Vuelvas a Caer"
  • Roberto Musso — "El Hijo de Hernandez" (El Cuarteto de Nos)
  • Gustavo Cortes, Ricardo Cortes and Nicolas Gonzalez — "Resistencia Indigena" (Sig Rigga)

Tropical[edit]

Best Salsa Album

Gilberto Santa RosaIrrepetible

  • Huey DunbarHuey Dunbar IV
  • Orquesta Guayacán — Bueno y Más
  • La IndiaUnica
  • Mario Ortiz All Star Band — Tributo 45 Aniversario
Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album

Diomedes Diaz and Alvaro Lopez — Listo Pa' la foto

  • El Bionomio de Oro de America — Vuelve y pica...El Pollo
  • Omar Geles and Alex Manga — Prueba Superada
  • Jorge OñateTe Dedico Mis Triunfos
  • Poncho Zuleta and Cocha Molina — El Nobel del Amor
Best Contemporary Tropical Album

Juan Luis Guerra 440 — A Son de Guerra

Best Traditional Tropical Album

Concha BuikaEl Último Trago

  • Pedro Jesus — Tributo a Orlando Contreras "El Jefe del Despecho"
  • Septeto Habanero — 90 Años, Orgullos de Los Soneros
  • Sierra MaestraSonando Ya
  • Various Artists — 100 Sones Cubanos Producer Edesio Alejandro
Best Tropical Song

Juan Luis Guerra — "Bachata en Fukuoka"

Singer-Songwriter[edit]

Best Singer-Songwriter Album

Rubén BladesCantares del Subdesarrollo

Regional Mexican[edit]

Best Ranchero Album

Vicente FernándezNecesito de Tí

Best Banda Album

Banda el RecodoMe Gusta Todo de Tí

Best Tejano Album

=Elida Reyna & Avante — Fantasia

  • Little Joe & La Familia — A Night Of Classics In El Chuco
  • Joe Posada — Point Of View
  • Ruben Ramos & The Mexican Revolution — Revolutionized
  • Sunny Sauceda y Todo Eso — Homenaje a Mi Padre
Best Norteño Album

Grupo Pesado — Desde La Cantina Vol. 1.

Best Regional Mexican Song

Yoel Henriquez and Paco Lugo — "Amarte a La Antigua" (Pedro Fernández)

Instrumental[edit]

Best Instrumental Album

Arturo SandovalA Time for Love

Traditional[edit]

Best Folk Album

Ilan ChesterTesoros de la Música Venezolana

  • Checo Acosta — El Folclor de Mi Tierra
  • Eva AyllónCanta a Chabuca Granda
  • Petrona Martínez — Las Penas Alegres
  • Juan Fernando VelascoCon Toda el Alma
Best Tango Album

Aida CuevasDe Corazón a Corazón Mariachi Tango

  • Pablo Aslan — Tango Grill
  • DyangoPuñaladas en el Alma
  • Leopoldo Federico y Hugo Rivas — Sentido Único
  • NarcotangoLimanueva
  • Vayo — Tango Universal
Best Flamenco Album

TomatitoSonata Suite

Jazz[edit]

Best Latin Jazz Album

João Donato Trio — Sambolero

Christian[edit]

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)

Monica — Tienes Que Creer

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)
  • Marina de Oliveira — Na Extremidade
  • Paulo César Baruk — Multiforme
  • Bruna Krla — Advogado Fiel
  • Kleber Lucas — Meu Alvo
  • Soraya MoraesGrande É O Meu Deus
  • Rosa de Saron — Horizonte Distante
  • Pe. Zezinho, Scj — Ao País dos Meus Sonhos

Brazilian[edit]

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

Sérgio MendesBom Tempo

Best Brazilian Rock Album

Charlie Brown Jr.Camisa 10 Joga Bola Até na Chuva

Best Samba/Pagode Album

Diogo NogueiraTô Fazendo a Minha Parte

Best MPB Album

Gilberto GilBanda Dois

Best Sertaneja Music Album

Zezé Di Camargo & LucianoDouble Face

  • João Bosco and ViniciusCoração Apaixonou - Ao Vivo
  • Chitãozinho & XororóSe For Pra Ser Feliz
  • Leonardo — Esse Alguém Sou Eu
  • César Menotti & Fabiano — Retrato: Ao Vivo no Estúdio
  • Luan SantanaAo Vivo
  • Victor & Leo — Ao Vivo e em Cores em São Paulo
Best Native Brazilian Roots Album

Gilberto GilFé na Festa

  • Frank Aguiar — Danquele Jeito
  • Banda Calypso10 Anos CD 2
  • Gaúcho da Fronteira — Gaúcho Doble Chapa
  • Eva — Lugar da Alegria
Best Brazilian Song

Adriana Calcanhotto — "Tua" (Maria Bethânia)

Children's[edit]

Best Latin Children's Album

Luis PescettiLuis Pescetti

  • Banda de Boca — MPB Pras Crianças
  • Rita Rosa — Insectos y Bicharracos
  • Various Artists — Brasileirinhos
  • Various Artists — Lo Mejor De Playhouse Disney

Classical[edit]

Best Classical Album

Leo BrouwerIntegral Cuartetos De Cuerda
Fernando OteroVital

Best Classical Contemporary Composition

Lalo Schifrin — "Pampas" (Antonio Lysy)

Recording Package[edit]

Best Recording Package

Rock Instrument Bureau — Fuerza natural (Gustavo Cerati)

Production[edit]

Best Engineered Album

Paul Acedo, Rafa Arcaute, Sebastian Krys, Lee Levin, Daniel Ovie, Sebastian Perkal, Tom Russo, Esteban Varela, Dan, Warner and Lurssen Inc. — Distinto (Diego Torres)

Producer of the Year

Jorge Calandrelli and Gregg Field
Sergio George

  • Rafael Arcaute and Diego Torres
  • Noel Pastor
  • Julio Reyes Copello

Music Video[edit]

Best Short Form Music Video

Julieta Venegas — "Bien o Mal"

Best Long Form Music Video

Voz VeisUna Noche Común y Sin Corriente

Special Awards[edit]

Lifetime Achievement Awards
Trustees Awards

Performers[edit]

Presenters[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]