Feb. 11, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Puerto Rican producer, composer, pianist and director of
, received the
Grammy award for Best Tropical Latin Album of the Year
for his work "
," during the 55th annual Grammy Awards of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, held in the Staples Center in
The award of an American Grammy in the Tropical category is a distinction achieved by very few Hispanic artists. That distinction grows when the winner is a teacher who has shared his musical knowledge with the children of
's primary schools; and the satisfaction is even greater considering that competition for the award included talents like
and the bachatero
Marlow grew up in Catano,
listening to Salsa Dura,
y su Sonora Poncena,
and the others who led the way during the 70's.
was produced as a sincere homage to the best and the greatest of the Golden Age of Salsa, integrating elements of modern music while not losing the essence of the original work. He is accompanied in the work by a select group of musicians and singers, as well as some of the living legends of the genre.
now available through all on-line stores, features other guest artists such as
Tito Puente, Jr.
with a stylish revival of "Adoracion", "Anacaona", "Fuego a la Jicotea",
's classic, Senor Sereno,
y Jibaro soy; as well as other artists from different
, who join in and harmonize with the impeccable sound of "
Marlow graduated in music education and obtained his master's degree in Jazz. He taught for nine years in the elementary schools of
as he pursued a career in the music industry. He has been nominated for a Grammy in the past for his participation in the Alejandra Guzman production of Lipstick; he has worked with such stars as
, and Noelia and acted as orchestra director for stars such as
and the legendary
Ana Elena Sanchez
SOURCE Anesa TV