El Torito, Secreto and ERA to headline Latin Night 2012


Veteran concert promoter Francois “Cuchi” Hunt will once again be in control of the Latin Night for Carnival 2012 and will feature as headliner one of merengue’s biggest stars out of Santo Domingo: Hector “El Torito” Acosta. Latin Night 2012 will be on Saturday, April 28 in Carnival Village.

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 Complimenting the El Torito will be rising reaggaeton star “Secreto” and legendary Antillean band out of Curacao Ekspresando Ritmo i Ambiente (ERA) meaning Expressing Rhythm and Good times. With this lineup of stars Cuchi said he assures Latin music and Antillean music lovers a great night on April 28. Promotion for the event has already started and can be heard specifically on 1015fm as well as other stations in the weeks ahead.
Excitement will be high for the man known as El Torito a former singer of los Torros Band with whom the singer enjoyed success and widespread acclaim, enjoying a number of hits during his years as a member, including the landmark album Raices. In 2006, after 15 years under the wings of his artistic mentors Gerardo and Juan Pablo Diaz, El Torito left the group to form his own orchestra. His premier release as a solo artist came in October of the same year.
Sigo Siendo Yo generated radio hits such as "Me Voy" and "Primavera Azul," which showed up on U.S. and Dominican tropical music charts. Acosta performs all over the states in dance halls, festivals, and clubs alongside some of merengue’s most popular artists. His other albumbs Mitad, Mitad was released in 2008 followed by Simplemente El Torito in 2009.

For the younger generation, Secreto will bring his upbeat reggae ton vibes to Carnival Village. The young artist has been performing throughout the Caribbean and is currently being hailed as a super star in the making with his brand of music.
To warm up the crowd, Curacao’s 14 member super band ERA, with their ten albums and 35 hit CD’s, will feature lead singer Mellinger "Boy" Thode, who is one of the best known singers of the Antilles. ERA plays all kinds of rhythms including Salsa, Zouk, Merengue, Ballads and Salsa Antiana.