Monday, 13 September 2010 08:47
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Bachata legend Juan Luis Guerra, singer/songwriter Alejandro Sanz and Mexican rockers Camila were among the top names in the 2010 Latin Grammy nominees announced recently.

Nominees for the bestTejano album of the year were Little Joe, Joe Posada, Elida Reyna, Sunny Suaceda and Ruben Ramos.

Meanwhile, Bebe, Camila, Guerra, Sanz and Miguel Bose are vying for album of the year honors. The CDs were Bebe,  "Y."; Camila, "Dejarte de Amar"; Guerra,

"A Son de Guerra"; Sanz, "Paraiso Express"; and Bose, "Cardio."

The 2010 Latin Grammy Awards are scheduled Nov. 11 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. The ceremony will be broadcast live on the Univision network. The general public will have a chance to purchase a limited number of tickets, beginning Sept. 17, through Ticketmaster or at the Mandalay Bay box office.

Nominhees were chosen from recordings released during the eligibility year July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010.

In the 2010 best new artist category, the nominees were Alex Cuba, Estrella, Maria Gadú, Jotdog and Koko.

Song of the year nominees were Enrique Iglesias. "Cuando Me Enamoro"; Sanz, "Desde Cuando"; Ruben Blades, "Las Calles"; Camila,


 "Mientes"; and Jorge Drexler, "Una Canción Me Trajo Hasta Aqui."

Best Tejano Album: Little Joe, "A Night of Classics in El Chuco"; Joe Posada, "Point Of View"; Ruben Ramos, "Revolutionized"; Elida Reyna, "Fantasia"; Sunny Suaceda, "Homenaje A Mi Padre."

 For the complete list of nominees visit grammy.com

Additional reporting from PR Newswire, Grammy.com