Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Lo Que No Digo Cantando (Beyond The Music), the Long-Awaited Book by Ricardo Montaner to be Launched Next Tuesday

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- There are several reasons for celebrating this coming Tuesday, September 8. Lo que no digo cantando (Beyond the Music), the first book by Ricardo Montaner, will make its debut in bookstores everywhere. Published by Grupo Nelson, the Spanish division of Thomas Nelson Publishers, Lo que no digo cantando will be simultaneously released in Spain, Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, and the United States. The date is special not only because of the arrival of one of the most anticipated Spanish-language books of the year but also because its launching coincides with the fifty-second birthday of the well-known singer and composer. To top things off and make the party a triple celebration, on September 8, Montaner’s website, www.loquenodigocantando, will be unveiled to the public. This site promises to be a must for millions of Montaner’s followers, who will have access to his new material from anywhere around the globe. The website features a great array of free downloadable content, including free book chapters, Montaner’s images for iPhones, sweepstakes for the chance to win autographed copies of Montaner’s book, and even an iPod. There are also a number of sweepstakes and special promotions for bookstores.

Ricardo Montaner is one of the most celebrated artists in the Spanish-speaking world thanks to his endless search for new styles and, at the same time, his firm roots in the romantic ballad tradition. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and raised in Maracaibo, Venezuela, Ricardo has traveled a road that has taken him to the most prestigious arenas in the continent, from Luna Park in Buenos Aires to Madison Square Garden in New York, from the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City to Teresa Carreno in Caracas.

Although not strictly an autobiography, Lo que no digo cantando focuses on the most transcendent moments and events in the life of its author. Inviting the reader to witness the intimacy of his world tours and concerts, Ricardo concentrates on the experiences that helped shape his personality. He pays particular attention to an incident that took place in a hospital in Montevideo, Uruguay, where an encounter with a little boy made a deep impact on how he sees the world.

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