Kany Garcia's nascent success story almost didn't happen. A Puerto Rican-born singer-songwriter who was classically trained, Garcia had just successfully auditioned for the first season of Objetivo Fama (a Spanish-language version of American Idol) when she fell asleep behind the wheel while driving and got into a near-fatal accident. Her condition cost her a spot on the show, but she'd already gained the attention of music labels, and she signed with Sony a few years later. Garcia's not an obvious pop singer -- her voice is huskier and a bit more knowing than the average ingenue, but that's what has made her stand out in a crowded field. Her songwriting skills are not in question, either: she penned three tracks for Objetivo Fama winner Janina; she's also written for sister duo Ha*Ash and others. She released her solo debut, Cualquier Dia (on which she wrote all the songs), in 2007.
Kany Garcia Concert Films
Runtime: 53 minPuerto Rican-born pop sensation Kany Garcia headlines a live concert in the heart of Colombia. Kany (born Encarnita), is a singer-songwriter who first gained fame as a contestant on a television talent competition, Objetivo Fama, in 2004. Her strong and heartfelt repertoire includes new material as well as some of her biggest hits, including “Alguien” and “Cuano Se Va El Amor.” Kany is joined by Franco de Vita, Antonio Carmona, Jorge Celedon and Jimmy Zambrano, and Dani Martin (El Canto Del Loco). The film also contains a great deal of behind-the-scenes footage of Garcia.
Kany Garcia Top Tracks
En Primera Fila
Runtime: 1 hr 10 minCristian Castro on his live and historic “Cristian Castro En Primera Fila – Día 1”, performs some of the hits that have meant the most to his fans throughout his 20 year career, while adding four new songs and being accompanied by some of the top artists in Latin music today. His mother, the iconic actress and singer Verónica Castro, joins him on a medley of her hits “Aprendí a Llorar” and “Ven”. He also duets with the transcending Latin pop group, Reik, the incredibly talented female duo Ha-Ash and singer-songwriter Leonel García, former Sin Bandera. Cristian Castro reinvents some of his chart-toppers in this amazing new production, including the energetic “Azul” and seductive ballad “Agua Nueva”
Homenaje A Las Grandes Canciones, Vol. II
Runtime: 1 hr 4 min"Homenaje A Las Grandes Canciones," is the fourth album and the first live of the Mexican singer Kalimba. This live performance was recorded in 2009 at the Metropolitan Theater where Kalimba performed some of the best classic songs by artists like Juan Gabriel and José José.
Mis Planes Son Amarte
Runtime: 1 hrAn archeologist becomes obsessed with an inexplicable finding that shakes the world. He discovers the shape of a contemporary astronaut in an ancient archaeological site. His research now leads him to the photo of a beautiful native woman of a pre-Columbian civilization. The woman is the missing link between his studies and the answers he is looking for. The archeologist goes in search of this captivating woman and embarks on a journey that will take him through the beautiful and remote landscapes of Colombia, only to find out that she is now very old. Wise and loving but old. Through her, he will discover the true meaning of life.
The scientist then becomes an astronaut and goes on an intergalactic journey back in time to find the woman in her youth. With her, he finds the absolute truth about life and the universe, and learns that the only matrix and creative energy is LOVE.
Más es Más
Runtime: 2 hr 27 minAlejandro Sanz is performing his biggest hits in this exquisite live performance. Tracks include Hoy Que No Estás, Looking For Paradise, Y, ¿Si Fuera Ella?, Desde Cuándo, La Fuerza Del Corazón and many more.
Franco De Vita
Runtime: 1 hr 57 minTo be a successful artist in the music world means more than recording numerous albums, filling up stadiums and conquering radio. What it really means is to make art, to touch the hearts of millions of people, and to create music that transcends time. Precisely what Franco de Vita has achieved in his almost three-decade career. His hallmark is that of the poet who weaves songs with the filaments of his imagination and his talent for words. That’s how to best describe this singer and songwriter, born in Venezuela of Italian parents, and who has made Spain his home for many years. His position is secured both with the public that has known him from his early days as a rocker and who has seen him flourish in many other facets, as well as with the singers for whom he has written hits, from Ricky Martin to Chayanne. The truth is, simply, that Franco does not rest on his laurels. And that’s why this year, the singer/songwriter who has captivated generations with songs such as No Basta, Cálido y frío, Fuera de este mundo, Louis, and Ay Dios, is back with a musical production recorded entirely live at the Comtel studios in North Miami on January 20. Franco de Vita en Primera Fila is the pinnacle of a career. “I have been dreaming about this for many years and, well, finally, we’ve made the album,” says an enthusiastic Franco. “The idea behind this project comes after having presented three shows at the Centro de Bellas Artes of Puerto Rico (the island is one of his most important markets) a while back. But then, in the end, what we thought of doing did not happen. So, more records came along, more songs, more hits, thank God, and now, with Sony, it finally takes place. And here we are.” Under the direction of Diego Álvarez, of Plataforma TV; the production of Vicente Solís; and the collaboration of 15 musicians, Franco unleashed his innate talent in front of some 250 people. “Since I have never shown something that I am not, in this project I cannot do anything else but to continue showing who I am,” says Franco. “For me, what really matters is the musical part. Here, we try to present those same hits but in a different way. Songs have their own personalities, thus, they themselves tell you ‘hey, I am not feeling well in this genre. Get me out of here.’ We have a few people, a few musicians. It is another way of transmitting, of projecting, a song.” “It is imperative that we include the songs that were hits. And it has been mighty difficult because, which song do you take out? How many do we put in?”, “We had to limit ourselves to 20, including new songs.” Those new songs featured are Tan sólo tú, the first single, a duet with Mexican rock star Alejandra Guzmán, and Mira más allá. Although the duet begins as a tranquil ballad, it develops into a musical explosion perfect for the voice of the queen of rock. Meanwhile, the other “is a very particular song, like a return to those first days performing with groups, gathering in a room four or five musicians to do the track. It’s a bit reminiscent of the 70s and 80s.” Other duets included are Te veo venir soledad, with Puerto Rican salsa master Gilberto Santa Rosa; No se olvida, performed with Argentine singer Soledad; Si quieres decir adiós, with a promising new talent: Costa Rican American Debi Nova; and what is perhaps the biggest surprise in the album, his new version of Si la ves, for which he reunited his original colleagues, the Sin Bandera duo (Leonel García and Noel Schajris), dissolved in 2007. “I have brought them back together,” says the artist with a laugh. “Really, there have been a lot of people involved and, to tell the truth, I am super excited. It is a very strong point in the album, a song that I have performed with many new talents.” Franco de Vita en Primera Fila highlights once more his quality as a composer and an artist in this exclusive live production.
Primera Fila Acustico
Runtime: 1 hr 30 minThe Latin pop duo Sin Bandera became one of the most popular artists after their solo debut album “Sin Bandera” was released on March 26, 2002. In this live concert experience the band performs some of their greatest hits.