|Què Tan Lejos Está El Cielo to Release
11 July 2005
The eight members of Salvador have a knack for continuity, whether touring an average 200 dates a year or embarking upon release of their fourth album in just under two years. Above all else, Salvador continues to honor their Hispanic culture and celebrates diversity by holding steadfast to the type of music they are called to create album after album. Salvador’s sixth release, Qué Tan Lejos Está El Cielo (How Far Is Heaven) is an all Spanish, best-of collection featuring their most loved hits from past albums. The band’s 2004 ‘Spanish Language Album of the Year’ Dove Award for Con Poder solidified them as a bona-fide Latin act. Don’t miss the rich sounds of congas, horns and seamless Spanish lyrics on long-time crowd favorites such as “Montana” from their self-titled debut and their most recent smash hit, “Cielo” (Heaven) from So Natural. You have not witnessed the full Salvador effect until you have experienced the incomparable energy and musicianship behind these Spanish hits performed LIVE before thousands of singing fans, but owning this collection is definitely a step in the right direction. Be the first to own it: You can preorder Qué Tan Lejos Está El Cielo here
Salvador will embark on a two-month nationwide tour in September with Joann Rosario and Antonio Neal. Joann Rosario, the protégé of gospel legend Fred Hammond, is set to release Now More Than Ever…Worship July 26th on Verity Records. Antonio Neal captures audiences with a unique neo-soul style. His debut record, Days of My Life, will release August 2nd. Keep checking the tour page to see if the tour will be stopping in your area. You can find more about Joann and Antonio at www.joannrosario.com and www.antonioneal.com.
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