Category Archives: Latin Singers

CNCO {Latin American Boy Band} Racist and Insensitive Toward Kpop BTS

Re-Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source: koreaboo

Media: Koreaboo

Posted: Monday January 29, 2018 @ 2:45 am PST


Latin American boy band CNCO was in an interview with iHeartLatino host Enrique Santos, but the interview took a very racist and insensitive turn towards BTS and the Korean language.

It was the host that first introduced the topic and compared CNCO to BTS, saying that BTS is basically the Korean version of them, to which the boys laughed somewhat awkwardly at.

The racism begins right after that when Enrique says “and the lyrics are great right?” and the CNCO boys start to sing in gibberish, mocking the Korean language.

he boys then continue to mock and make fun by singing their song “Mamita” in gibberish, at one point even saying “oppa Gangnam style”, which you can hear at 1:21.





*Used With Permission*

Alejandro Fernandez In Concert September 15, 2013

Reblogged By: De De Tillman;  Celebrity Blogger

Source: MGM Grand Las Vegas

Media: Media Grand Las Vegas

Posted: Wednesday August 21, 2013



Sunday, September 15 : Grand Garden Arena
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Spellbound (Latin-R&B Band) New Album “Iluminados” & Bobby Moon’s Birthday August 21,

Blogged By: De De Tillman;  International Celebrity Blogger

Source: Spellbound

Media: Spellbound

Posted: Wednesday August 21, 2013 @ 1:11 a.m PST



De De: It been a long time and I can’t believe I am talking to
 “Spellbound” How are you guys?
 Spellbound: (Bobby): Defintely great at the moment, DeDe!

De De: I want to let everyone know we go way back and I mean way back lol How many years has it been now?

Spellbound:  (Bobby): I believe its been several years…Wow! How time zooms!
 (Paul):We are all refugees from the MySpace days!

De De:Please tell your fans how you got together, how many in the band and how did you come up with the name “Spellbound”

Spellbound:  (Paul): The two of us have known each other since high
school. We started out way back in the 20th century, with a band called
Life After Death. After an intense year or so, Bobby convinced me that we
needed to do something more substantial musically, and polish up our
sound. We also realized that we probably would feel weird putting on black lipstick and ‘guyliner’ playing this hardcore Post-Punk style of music
when were were in our 40s! Still, it was a major decision to quit Life
After Death, as the band was trendy and gaining exposure, and there were
girls lining up at our doors practically every day!

Bobby was living his’Elvis’ fantasy at one point, with a buddy acting as doorman, ushering girls in and out of his bedroom: “One at a time , please,” – that sort of thing. Amazing as it all was, the band members had very different ideas as to our musical direction, and Bobby and I just loved Funk, R&B, Latin and World Music, and we started immersing ourselves in those scenes. The other guys got more into Hardcore and Techno. That’s how Spellbound started its long, sometimes-rewarding, often-painful Independent musical career.

We loved recording studios, so our first approach with Spellbound was to make a demo and shop for a major label – very typical. Many demos later, we had lots of songs, but no label. Eventually the decision was made to just put out our own album. It was a fairly big deal back then for an Indie band to have their own Compact Disc (oooh…aaaah..), so we generated enough heat to continue to the next album and the next, and on and on! Soon there was no turning back. Many excellent musicians and interesting characters have passed through the band over the past twenty years, but the nucleus of Spellbound has always been Bobby Moon and Paul Thomas. (Bobby): Yeah, and as far as the name Spellbound,
I remember we decided we wanted a name without any
heavy philosophical meanings…something to reflect
our change in direction.

De De: What is the name of your current album?

Spellbound:  (Bobby): Iluminados. Its a Spanish term. Despite the
hardships we all face, we can all be blessed with the gift of spiritual
illumination. That’s what carries us along. We feel like we’re the
illuminated ones.

De De: What is your favorite track on the album? (Spellbound): (Bobby):
Mine is ‘Sea Of Cars,’ because its so close to home – literally (lol). I
remember writing it while stuck in traffic in Koreatown (Downtown L.A.)
Paul. how about you?
  (Paul):  I would probably have to pick ‘Supah Tasty.’

De De: OMG! I can’t stop playing “Supah Tasty” That song is SUPER HOT!! Where can your fans follow you on Social Media?  ex Twitter,
Facebook? etc

Spellbound:  (Bobby): We’re now on Twitter @spellboundband  and And there’s always

De De: What do the band like to do when you are not performing? What’s
your favorite hobbies?

Spellbound: (Bobby): We’re both pretty health-conscious these days,
hitting the gym a lot. I run five miles a day.
                    (Paul) I just moved near the beach and love the
lifestyle. Bobby likes the hustle & bustle of city
life. We’re both collectors of rare books – real ones,
NOT Kindle! Our favorite hobbies include talking
ourselves out of things and astral travel (lol).

De De:Where catagory/genre do you place your music? ex Rock, Pop etc

Spellbound: (Paul): I think R&B/Latin would be the broadest category we
fall under, heavy on the Funk with a sprinkle of Tropical flavor.
                    (Bobby):  I would say Funk with Latin grooves. When we
started, we thought we were doing something totally
unique and original, only to discover as we matured,
that the Latin and Funk combination wasn’t born with
us. Spellbound was actually carrying on a tradition!

De De: What’s in the future for “Spellbound?” Where are you headed with
your music?

Spellbound: (Bobby) Thank The Lord we were able to invest in our own
studio when budget permitted. We could never make it these days without it. It’s called Tripsville studio, and it’s able to do pretty much
everything we need.
                    (Paul):We are always headed where ‘The Muse’ takes us.
We are proud to still be able to write, record and
perform with Spellbound. There have been many trials,
good times, and bad times along the way. We were so
blindly optimistic and idealistic about our career
when we began, that a health dose of realism was bound
to hit us….and has probably been good for us.
        (Bobby): We’re active in writing songs and jingles for various music
libraries and lisencing companies and are always open to producing
other acts, after having had the opportunity to produce Candi Sosa’s
‘Faded Blue Jeans’ album in 2011.

De De: Now it’s time for my “Signature Question” Who is Spellbound? What
do you want your fans to know about you?

Spellbound: (Bobby) We represent the dreams and aspirations of The
Underdog – going outside normal or corporate channels. Outside the
illusion of Fame and Fortune that the media constantly feeds us -and makes
us believe is the norm- there is gratification and worth in living a
spiritual life and being the best channels we can be for the Life Power.
Spellbound was always different: an Asian vocalist singing in Spanish and
English; a White boy playing Funk; drum machines and sequencers long
before there was an Electronic/Dance culture; self-released albums before
the dawn of the Internet. It couldn’t be done, they said, but here we
still are!

De De: I want to thank you so much for allowing me to interview you a
second time. We lost contact for a moment and while we were apart, the
band put out an album and in cover you gave me credit, I was so touched I have to admit it made me cry. You are so sweet and I want the world to
know your name “Spellbound”

Spellbound:    (Paul):Thank YOU, DeDe. We are so glad to be back in touch
with you too. You are part of a small, vitally important group of Movers &
Shakers who continue to support and put the word out about Spellbound, so OF COURSE your name is on the ‘Thanks’ Page of our CD! Congratulations on your continuing success and the new Tillman Magazine!
       (Bobby): If we could only have more DeDe Tillmans
in our lives, it would be a better world!

De De: Bobby I want to wish you a “Happ Birthday” today Wednesday August 21, 2013  and many many more “Muah” Love You Bobby!


                                       BOBBY MOON


Los Koras Del Norte In Concert Sunday August 11, 2013

Blogged By: De De Tillman;  International Celebrity Blogger

Source: Cache Creek

Media Credit: Cache Creek

Posted: Sunday June 16, 2013 @ 6:27 a.m PST



Los Koras Del Norte

Los Koras Del Norte

Sunday, August 11


Conciertos de Musica Latina!

Los Koras del Norte es compuesto por cuatro amigos de una ciudad pequena pero que comparten ambiciones GRANDES por llegar a ser el proximo conjunto norteño mas codiciado.  

Los Koras del Norte:
Primitivo “Primo” Lara – Primera voz, Bajosexto
Wilfredo Lara – Segunda voz, Acordeon
Jaime Rios – Bajo
Tony Carrillo – Bateria

Cache Club Show!

Free with your Cache Club Card or $20 at the door


Club 88 – 5 p.m.


14455 Highway 16 (at the corner of Wintun Road)
Brooks, California 95606

Telephone Numbers:
(530) 796-3118 – General Information
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Alejandro Sanz 43,(Pop Singer) Married Raquel Perera & Baptized Son Dylan (Photo)

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source & Story Credit: CNN – Michael Martinez

Media Credit: Photo ( CNN)

Posted: Thursday May 31, 2012 @ 5:30 p.m PST


According to CNN, Spaniard pop singer Alejandro Sanz has married Raquel Perera in a private ceremony in Barcelona, Spain, the couple announced Wednesday.

The newlyweds, who married on May 23, then baptized their son, Dylan, on Saturday, the parents said in a statement.

“It was a very beautiful day, unique and moving and everything went as we had dreamed,” the couple said in a statement about their wedding.

Sanz, 43, who was born in Madrid and raised in Cadiz in the Andalusia area of Spain, is a singer-songwriter and guitarist known for his flamenco-inspired music.


Raquel Perera And Alejandro Sanz photo credit The Washington Post



Babasónicos Argentine Rock Band Performed At The Howard Theatre (Videos)

Blogged By: De De Tillman

Source & Story Credit: The Washington Post – Gabriela Melendez-Olivera

Photo Credit:

Media Credit: zurdo82  –  babasonicos vevo

Posted: Sunday May 27, 2012 @7:05 p.m PST



According to The Washington Post, Thursday night’s Howard Theatre concert — one of only six stops on a mini-tour of the United States — was a rare stateside performance by Babasonicos.

The Argentine rock band, which co-headlined Puerto Rico’s Indie Fest with psychedelic rockers MGMT last month, is accustomed to playing huge, sold-out venues in Latin America, and the audience of about 200 was treated to a (relatively) intimate show.


The band’s moniker combines the name of Indian guru Sai Baba of Shirdi and the Spanish title of “The Jetsons” cartoon (“Los Supersonicos”) — an unlikely juxtaposition that reflects its eclectic sound. Layering cheeky, brutally honest lyrics over a trippy electro-pop beat, the group can deliver lullaby-soothing balladry one minute and full-on rock-and-roll bluster the nex


Drawing from almost 20 years of material, Babasonicos’s set list was a good mix of old and new, highs and lows, obscurities and fan favorites. Charismatic lead singer Adrian Rodriguez energized the audience, which seemed to know every word to songs like “Irresponsables” (“Irresponsible”) , “Los Calientes” (“The Sexy Ones”) and “El Colmo” (“The Last Straw”). The show reached its emotional peak with “Yegua” (“Mare”), a song that had the crowd’s vocals drowning out Rodriguez’s.

BABASONICOS photo credit




Little Joe Y La Familia @ Cache Creek 11/25

Blogged By: Celebrity Blogger – De De Tillman

Blog Source: Cache Creek

Photo Credit: Cache Creek

Posted: Monday November 21, 2011 @ 11:59 pm

Topic: Little Joe

Little Joe Y La Familia

Little Joe Y La Familia

Friday, November 25

Little Joe Y La Familia will be at Cache Creek Friday November 25, at 9:00 pm  Ticket are $55 / $45 / $35.  The event will be at Club 88. 

All shows are 21 and over.

Ricky Martin: Behind The Music 8/14/11 (Sneak Peek Video Link)

Blogged By: Celebrity Blogger De De Tillman

Blog Source: Entertainer La Tray – VH1

Video Link Credit: VH1

Posted: Thursday August 11, 2011 @ 7:15 pm PST

Topic: Ricky Martin – VH1 Behind The Music Sneak Peek

Catch Ricky Martin Sunday August 14, 2011 on Vh1.  Please check your local listing. It airs at 10/9c.

Ricky Martin Behind The Music Sneak Peek Link:

Pitbull and Marc Anthony “Rain Over Me” Exclusive Video

Blogged By: Celebrity Blogger De De Tillman

Research and Edit By: Entertainer La Tray

Blog Source: YouTube – VEVO

Video Credit: PitbullVEVO

Posted: Sunday July 24, 2011 @1:55 pm PST

Topic: Marc Anthony – Rapper Pitbull

This is an exclusive video by Rapper Pitbull featuring Marc Anthony entitled (Rain Over Me)

Los Tigres del Norte Tour Dates Link (Video)

Blogged By: Celebrity Blogger De De Tillman

Blog Source: Los Tigres del Norte Official Website –  Wikipedia – YouTube

Video Credit:EnConciertoMusical2

Posted: Wednesday July 20, 2011 @1:30 pm PST

Updated: Tuesday August 16, 2011 @ 2:40 pm PST

Topcic: Los Tigres del Norte

The band Los Tigres del Norte (The Tigers of the North) from San Jose, California, originally from Rosa Morada, Sinaloa, Mexico. The five family members are Jorge Hernandez (director, lead vocals, accordion),  Oscar Lara – drummer, Eduardo Hernandez – accordion, bajo sexto, saxophone, vocals.  Hernan Hernandez – electric bass, vocals.  Luis Hernández – bajo sexto, vocals

MTV Unplugged: Los Tigres del Norte and Friends peaked at number-one in the Mexican Albums Chart and at number three in the Billboard Top Latin Albums in the United States.
 Los Tigres del Norte On Wikipedia:

Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony Split Publicity Stunt

Blogged By: Celebrity Blogger De De Tillman

Blog Source: CNN Entertainment – THE MARQUEE BLOG

Posted: Saturday July 16, 2011 @ 2:20 pm PST

Topic: Jennifer Lopez – Marc Anthony  –  Q’Viva! The Chosen

Entertainers Jennifer Lopez and husband Marc Anthony made an announcement that they are calling it quits.  In a statement to  CNN the couple had this to say “we appreciate the respect of our privacy at this time.”  There is no privacy for celebrities and they should know it by now.

Lopez and Anthony is working on a new reality show project called  “Q’Viva! The Chosen,” which is described as “the ultimate live show celebrating Latin music, artistry and dance.”  Lopez is taking her time to make a decision  whether or not to return as a  judge on American Idol because she’s  already committed to her show and her show comes first.

Announcing that they are getting a divorce brings a lot of attention to the couple and its free publicity and advertising for their new show.  If they do not want anyone in their business then another career choice will have to be made.  Anyone in show business will have paparazzi,  news, magazines, radio, TV, etc… all in their business . Celebrities belong to the public, they want fame and fame comes with a price tag and it’s called “No Privacy.”

Since this is a stunt to draw viewers to their new show, Lopez and Anthony could have come up with something other than the same old tired out Hollywood excuse “We have come to amicable conclusion on all matters.”  If they have amicable conclusions then it would not be a reason for a divorce.

The publicity stunt is working because everyone is talking and reading about it, we bloggers are blogging about it so, it works!