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Nora at the 24th New York Salsa Festival
Madison Square Garden, New York September 11, 1999
Photographs by J. Fernando Lamadrid
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Nora, a Japanese salsa singer of Orquesta de la Luz, can sing in
Spanish even though she can not speak the language. Nora received a great
response from the audience.
These photographs of Nora were taken at The 24th New York Salsa Festival that was held at the world famous Madison Square Garden in New York City on September 11th, 1999 at 8:00 PM.
Also played, The Sir George All Star Band,
featuring world class Latin artists including
Gilberto Santa Rosa,
Tito Nieves, Elvis Crespo,
D.L.G. (Dark Latin Groove),
Brenda K. Starr,
who came out to play the flute with D.L.G, as well as other guest appearances.
Highlights of the show included a duet by Brenda K. Starr and Frankie Negron,
a duet between Millie Quezada and Sergio argas, a duet between Millie Quezada
and her son, and another duet by Gilberto Santa Rosa and Victor Manuelle.
There were also numerous dancers on stage and the show included fire-works.
Paco, a well known disk
Jockey from Mega 97.9 in New York City, was the Master of Ceremonies.
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