This Sunday, February 13th at 9am/8c on A&E's Private Sessions: Grammy and Latin Grammy superstar, and now best-selling author, Ricky Martin joins host Lynn Hoffman for an in-depth interview about his autobiography, Me.
The Spanish Teacher
Latin Music USA highlights the great American music created by Latinos and celebrates the Latin Rhythms at the heart of Jazz, rock, country and rhythm and blues.
The ladies discuss the lastest Al Qaeda bomb plot that was foiled.
The ladies discuss if bake sales in schools should be banned!
As music's biggest names get ready for the 2010 Grammy Awards, pop star Colbie Caillat lets Hollywood 411 tag along as she picks out her outfit for the red carpet. Colbie reveals her style sense and her date for the show!
Will assigns the glee club a Spanish singing assignment and enlists the help of his musically inclined night school teacher.
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When Stan realizes that he might never fulfill his dream of becoming a Best Man, he convinces his last single friend, Principal Lewis, to marry the school's Superintendent (guest voice Anjelica Huston) and to choose him as his Best Man. Stan invites Lewis' old friend from prison to the wedding, only to discover a secret that could prevent the wedding from happening at all. Meanwhile, Roger finds the perfect pair of shorts, and an encounter with Ricky Martin (guest-voicing as himself) makes him question his self-confidence.
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The Chicano Wave: In the third of four episodes, Mexican-Americans in CA, TX and across the Southwest create their own distinct musical voices during the second half of the 20th century. Their music would play an important role in the struggle for Chicano civil rights and ultimately propel them from the barrio to the national stage. From Ritchie Valens and Freddy Fender to Linda Ronstadt, Los Lobos, and Selena, a new generation of Mexican Americans raised on rock, rhythm and blues, and country music expresses their cultural identity through Chicano rock, Latin rock, and Tejano.
Divas and Superstars: The final episode of the series focuses on the Latin pop explosion of the turn of the century and the success of artists like Ricky Martin, Gloria Estefan and Shakira in the English-language market. As studios concentrate on star-driven pop, Latino youth gravitate toward urban fusions of reggaeton artists like Daddy Yankee and rapper Pitbull while rock en espanol star Juanes becomes a global phenomenon.
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From Ritchie Valens and Freddy Fender to Linda Ronstadt, Los Lobos, and Selena, a new generation of Mexican Americans raised on rock, rhythm and blues, and country music expresses their cultural identity through Chicano rock, Latin rock, and Tejano.
Bridges: This first of four episode traces the rise of Latin jazz with the great Machito and the explosion of the mambo with Perez Prado and the cha cha cha as they sweep the US from East to West. Watch as Latin Music infiltrates R&B and rock and roll through the 1960s, from the Drifters to Santana and beyond.
The Salsa Revolution: In the second of four episodes, Puerto Ricans and other Latinos in New York reinvent the Cuban son and the Puerto Rican plena, adding elements from soul and jazz to create salsa, which becomes a defining rhythm for Latinos the world over. Follow the rise and fall of legendary Fania Records with famed artists Willie Colón, Héctor Lavoe, and Rubén Blades.
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This first of four episodes traces the rise of Latin jazz with the great Machito and the explosion of the mambo with Perez Prado and the cha cha cha as they sweep the US from East to West.
Calista Flockhart - November 11, 2000: Hosted by Calista Flockhart. Sketches include: 'The Presidential Couple,' 'Nick Burns, Your Company's Computer Guy,' and 'Weekend Update.'
Cuba Gooding Jr. - May 8, 1999: Hosted by Cuba Gooding Jr. with a special cameo appearance by Monica Lewinsky.
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