Mexican group Mania will be different 2018 man about Latin Writing Academy a concert with stars on Wednesday, on the eve of the Latin Gram Award.
Vocalist Fern Olveradrummer Alex Gonzalez, guitarist Sergio Vallín and a guide Juan Castleros At a gala concert at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, they are recognized for their outstanding creative achievements and contributions the philanthropic Latino community, as well as their continued support and respect and protection of the environment and human rights. Many Latin stars explain some of their accomplishments.
"The band started from the bottom," said Fere Associated Press in September. "Everything that happens in our lives as artists and in our professional lives is amazing, and then you can reach where you want to be the" Man of the Year ". it's a great achievement and truth, and that's what we love about news. "
Mania, Latin Grammar and four Grams – one of the most influential in Latin America. There are over 133 gold discs, 256 platinum discs and more than 48 hits. His repertoire contains classics Flightless life« When the angels began to weep and Draw a date, with many others.
Over the past three decades, the band has used its own songs, concerts and recent years to focus on environmental, social, political, and human rights issues around the world. Your social networks
In 1996 he founded Black Forest ecological fund, promotes environmental education programs and organizes and organizes community development projects, which seek to preserve the threatened species. He also supported the Latino vote in the United States and Latin America and considered social injustices in countries such as Venezuela, Nicaragua or Bolivia.
Among the artists called Latin manuscripts "Man of the Year" Marc Anthony, Miguel Bose, Roberto Carlos, Placido Domingo, Emilio Estefan, Gloria Estefan, Vicente Fernandez, Juan Gabriel, Gilbertto Gil, Juan Luis Guerra, Julio Iglesias, Jose José, Ricky Martin, Carlos Santana, Alejandro Sanz, Joan Manuel Serrat, Shakira and Caetano Veloso.
The net income of the concert is divided into the Latin American Culture Foundation, whose mission is to promote Latin music and its contribution to world culture, as well as to protect the rich heritage and musical heritage.