Los Rabanes were recognized in the United States thanks to their musical career

The 25-year musical career of the radishes was recognized yesterday in the United States at a ceremony organized in the city of New Jersey, where the mayor of that town, Brian P. Stack, awarded the members of the rock band a distinction for their contribution to Latin culture in the country North American.

The Rabanes, who are on tour in various American cities, attended the ceremony in the New Jersey city hall where their vast career in the music industry was highlighted and their constant presence and Latin fusion was recognized in the concerts they have performed throughout throughout his career.

“What began in Chitré (Panama) more than 25 years ago, continues to go around the world. Thank you to all our fans for your support. Long live the music”, said the band excitedly through their social networks. Los Rabanes’ manager, Peruvian businessman Javier Solis, was also recognized at the ceremony.

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Emilio Regueira, Christian Torres, Randy Cuevas and Javier Saavedra are returning with the right foot to the North American country where they have many fans and where they recently participated in the Grammy Awards ceremony, in the Best Children’s Album category.

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Moreover, the renowned salsero Rubén Blades highlighted on his social networks the return of the rockers to the US with the mention “Recommended”, thus promoting the concert that the group gave on the stage of the legendary Sob’s in New York.

The Panamanian group also continues with the preparation of its new record album that will have the production support of none other than Emilio Estefan, who has worked before on Los Rabanes’ greatest hits.

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