Listings, Photos and Names of the Latin Grammy Winners 2011 - PHOTOS

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Latin Grammy Winners 2011 + Photos

In a ceremony full of Latino artists, the 12th Annual Latin Grammy Awards held at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on Thursday (November 10) evening.


Once the winning Album of the Year Award went to Calle 13 with his "Hands All Over," which took home nine trophies, while Shakira was named Person of the Year by the Latin Recording Academy.

The Colombian beauty also won the award for Best Female Pop Album for his "rising sun", coming to play a trio of songs that included "Before Six", "Devotion" and "Crazy".

The Latin Grammys also featured a performance of "Rain Over Me" by Pitbull, who was accompanied on stage by Marc Anthony, and there was also a version of "Only You" by Demi Lovato and Paul Alborán.

With celebrity presenters interventions as Sofia Vergara, Zoe Saldana and Adrienne Bailon, the Musical Excellence Award was awarded to Joe Arroyo, Gal Costa, Jose Feliciano, Alex Lora, Les Luthiers, Ruben Rada and Linda Ronstadt.

The full list of winners of the Grammy Latino 2011 is as follows:



Album of the Year. "Hands All Over" by Calle 13.

Song of the Year. "Latin America" ​​by Calle 13.

Record of the Year. "Latin America" ​​by Calle 13.

Best Ranchera Music Album. "The man who loved you most," by Vicente Fernandez.

Best Song Regionalexicana. "You drive me crazy", Marco Antonio Solis.

Best Contemporary Tropical Album. "Invincible" by Tito El Bambino.

Best Tropical Song. "Vamo 'to behave badly," Calle 13.

Best New Artist. "Sie7e."

Best Female Pop Vocal Album. "Rising sun" by Shakira.

Best Male Pop Vocal Album. "In the first row," Franco de Vita.

Best Pop Vocal Album Duo or Group. "Alex, George and Lena" by Alex, George and Lena.

Best Urban Album. "Hands All Over" by Calle 13.

Best Christian Album (Spanish). "Language of Love" by Alex Campos.

Best Christian Album (in Portuguese). "Extraordinary Love Deus" by Aline Barros.

Best Instrumental Album. "Forever" by Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke and Lenny White.

Best Folk Album. "Let fly life - On tour," Mercedes Sosa.

Best Tango Album. "Cigala & Tango" by Diego El Cigala.

Best Flamenco Album. "The edge of my hair," Niña Pastori.

Best Latin Jazz Album. "Panamericana Suite" by Paquito D 'Rivera.

Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album Best. "Quinze" Jota Quest.

Brazilian Best Rock Album. "Zii e zie - Ao Vivo" by Caetano Veloso.

Album Best Samba / Pagode. "Exaltasamba 25 years - Ao vivo" of Exaltasamba.

Best Musica Popular Brasileira Album. "Aria" by Djavan.

Best Music Album Sertaneja. "Joao Bosco and Vinicius," Joao Bosco and Vinicius.

Best Album of Brazilian roots music-Regional. "Symphony and batuques" Nana Vasconcelos.

Best Brazilian Song (Portuguese). "Suddenly," Nando Reis and Samuel Rosa.

Best Latin Pop Album for Children. "Music of brinquedo" Pato Fu.

Best Classical Album. "Brazilian Guitar Quartet plays Villalobos" of Brazilian guitar quartet.

Best Play / Contemporary Classical Composition. "Panamericana Suite" by Paquito D 'Rivera.

Best Packaging Design. Tie between "Chico and Rita" by Javier Mariscal, and "Just a moment" by Alejandro Ros.

Best Engineered Album for an album. "Drama and light," Benny Faccone, Thom Russo and Tom Baker, for Maná.

Best Urban Song. "Dance of the poor," Calle 13.

Best Rock Album. "Drama and light," Mana.

Best Rock Song. "Lips broken" by Zoe.

Best Alternative Music Album. "Background Music: MTV Unplugged" by Zoe.

Best Alternative Song. "Calm people," Rafa Arcaute and Calle 13.

Best Salsa Album. "All return Live, Vol. 1 and 2", Ruben Blades y Seis del Solar.

Album Best Cumbia / Vallenato. "Treasures" by Juan Carlos Coronel.

Best Traditional Tropical Album. "The last mambo" by Cachao.

Best Singer-Songwriter Album. Tie between "Intimate Sessions" by Amaury Gutierrez, and "New Day" by Gian Marco.

Best Music Album Banda. "Everything depends on you" by Black Eyed Limon, Rene Camacho.

Best Tejano album. "Memories" by Little Joe y La Familia.

Best Norteño Music Album. "Los Tigres del Norte and friends MTV Unplugged", Los Tigres del Norte.

Producer of the Year. Rafael Arcaute and Calle 13.

Best Short Form Music Video. "Calm people," Calle 13, directed by Alejandro Santiago Ciena.

Best Long Form Music Video: "In the first row," Franco de Vita, directed by Diego Alvarez.























YouTube: Gustavo Dudamel led the presentation of Calle 13 at the Latin Grammys




YouTube: BARE FEET Shakira - Shakira at the Latin Grammy 2011 "Crazy"



YouTube: Pitbull ft Marc Antony - Rain Over Me @ Latin Grammy 2011 (Performance)

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