Victor Manuelle Schedule
The American-born Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, Victor Manuelle, will certainly get
audiences shaking their hips with his salsa that has not yet crossed over into the English language or Latin pop. Victor Manuelle
is known to many of his fans as "The Singer of Youths." It is not easy to articulate what exactly that means without simply
just experience "The Singer of Youths" in person. Victor Manuelle is interested in experimenting with the different styles
of Colombian vallenato and reggaeton, and that which falls in the middle. Vallenato is known as a popular folk music in Colombia
and has the literal meaning of "born in the valley." The style of music is taken seriously and has been given its own category
at the Latin Grammy Awards. Reggaeton, on the other hand, has its roots in both Latin and Caribbean music and was brought
to life in Puerto Rico. It has become quite popular inside Puerto Rico and has since spread across the globe with artists
like Victor Manuelle introducing to more and more fans. Now is your opportunity to see Victor Manuelle play in a city near
you as he is presently on tour. Like most salsa, Victor Manuelle's music is on fire so his tickets are likely to go fast.
Victor Manuelle was born in New York with most of his rearing in Isabela, Puerto Rico. It
is his experiences in Puerto Rico that he credits for his interest in salsa music. During high school, Victor Manuelle started
his career when he was asked by Santa Rosa to jump on stage and perform. During his performance, Victor Manuelle impressed
Santa Rosa and the audience with his ability to sing and to even improvise lyrics to the song. He was quite quickly hired
as a backup singer by the Puerto Rican bandleader by the name of Don Perinon. This was quite an opportunity for Victor Manuelle
to learn the ins and outs of the music industry before finding his own way to breakthrough.
the early to mid 2000s, Victor Manuelle found his breakthrough and became one of the best-selling salsa performers in the
world. There were three albums released in the early years that were on the Billboard charts. He was asked to sing at the
funeral of Celia Cruz in New York that was televised. It was quite the honor for Victor Manuelle, as well as humbling to receive
more interest in his talent following the performance. In 2004, Manuelle recorded a live album at Carnegie Hall and was approached
four years later by the Puerto Rican pop singer Yolandita Monge to perform a duet. Victor Manuelle has continued to make albums
on a regular basis. He has become an influential force in the Latin music industry and even co-hosted the Latin Grammy Award
ceremony in 2006. He has even had cameos on film. Victor Manuelle had the opportunity to work with top producers who had worked
with a number of well-known artists such as Gloria Estefan, Jon Secada, Ricky Martin and Thalia. While this opportunity was
an optimal time to crossover to a more pop orientation, Victor Manuelle was keen to embrace his salsa beginnings and collaborated
with artists who were big in reggaeton like Don Omar. He also worked with Eddie Palmieri and Yuridia. These collaborations
led to interestingly contemporary reggaeton and the album on which they were released received some praise from critics. Victor
Manuelle is not like Ricky Martin or Marc Anthony, as he has made more of a point to stick to a more "authentic" salsa-oriented
approach to the production of his music.
Victor ManuelleLive Show
There is a lot of energy and excitement
that surrounds a live show of Victor Manuelle. There are few things that bring the energy level as high as salsa. The crowd
will not likely be sitting down for Victor Manuelle as when the music starts the body starts to move without effort. There
is something about the genres of music that Victor Manuelle plays that audience members who are new to it will react like
the dinner scene in Beetle Juice. His music is a wonderful force that audience members cannot help but be full of smiles and
dance almost uncontrollably to the talented voice of Victor Manuelle.
is a father of two girls and one boy. It is rumored that Victor was nicknamed "Binky" by his family. It is unclear as to the
origin of this nickname. One of the most interesting aspects of Victor Manuelle's work is keeping his music and words authentic.
Although, there are "purists" who have criticized his salsa for its romantic leanings and refer to it as bolero. To the purists,
Victor Manuelle performs salsa romantica instead of salsa gorda. Regardless, Victor Manuelle'scareer has made it clear to
everyone that he is by far one of the elite salsa artists of his time and is not one to miss.