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Special Holiday Celebration: AGUINALDO NAVIDENO Con Salsa, Bomba Y Plena with JOSE ALBERTO EL CANARIO @ LEHMAN CENTER
(Published: December 01, 2018)

José Alberto started his own band in 1983, and became a major Latin star after the release of his 1984 debut Noches Calientes. His 1991 album Dance With Me, which established a new style of salsa called salsa romántica. He has sung hit songs such as Sueño Contigo. His voice was widely adored by his fans, and his exceptional whistling abilities (being able to improvise as if he was playing a traverse flute) led them to give him the nickname El Canario (The Canary).

Puerto Rican Ismael Miranda became involved in popular music at a young age, participating in different local bands before teaming up with Andy Harlow. He debuted in 1967 with the release of an album recorded along with Joey Pastrana, featuring the hit Rumbón Melon. In 1973, Ismael Miranda joined Fania All-Stars, getting the nickname of "Niño Bonito" (Pretty Boy) due to his youthfulness. He has appeared at Lehman Center on numerous occasions.

Domingo Quinones was born on August 9, 1963 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey. He is a singer of salsa music, composer, producer and actor. He also performed with other groups, including the orchestra of Rafael de Jesús, with José Alberto "El Canario", with Johnny Rodriguez and the Conjunto Clásico.
His 1996 album, "Mi Meta", included the single Tu Como Estas (How are you), his first #1 single on the Latin Tropical Airplay chart. The follow-up album, "Se necesita un milagro", selected as one of the most influential albums by the National Foundation for Popular Culture of Puerto Rico. Among his many popular songs was Mi Negrita Me Espera. The lead single, No Voy a Dejarte Ir (I'm not letting you go) became a hit on the Latin Tropical Airplay chart peaking at #2.

December 15th, 2018 at 4PM

More Information: http://https://lehmancenter.org/aguinaldo-navideno/


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