Presents the music video “Historia de Un Amor,” feat Natalia Jimenez on VEVO Today
The first single from Spectacular Live concert special “Encanto del Caribe,” Airing Now on Public Television Stations Nationwide and Also featuring Laura Pausini, Marc Anthony, Cheo Feliciano, Bernie Williams and Ana Isabelle
Miami, FL (Monday August 13, 2012) – “Historia de Un Amor,” the new music video by pianist Arthur Hanlon, premieres to millions today on VEVO’s homepage. “Historia de Un Amor,” featuring Natalia Jiménez on vocals, was shot live as part of“Encanto del Caribe,” the stunning live television special shot at historical Castillo San Cristobal in Puerto Rico currently airing on public television stations nationwide.
The first ever Latin music special conceived specifically for public television, “Arthur Hanlon & Friends: Encanto del Caribe”—also featuring Laura Pausini, Marc Anthony, Bernie Williams, Cheo Feliciano and Ana Isabelle—will be released August 21 as a CD/DVD on Universal Music Latino.
Buy “Historia de Un Amor” on iTunes Here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/historia-amor-feat.-natalia/id538139851
“Encanto del Caribe” Will Air Throughout August & September.
Key Premiere Dates Include:
· NEW YORK: WNET-TV (PBS-Ch. 13) – Tuesday, August 14th 9:30pm
· MIAMI: WPBT-TV ( PBS-Ch. 2) – Monday, August 20th at 8:00 pm
· LOS ANGELES: PBSSoCal (PBS Ch. 50) – Sunday, August 26th at 7:00 pm
“Encanto del Caribe” Will Also Be Released On CD/DVD on August 21st
“Arthur Hanlon brings the Caribbean to U.S. public TV [with]’ Encanto del Caribe,’ a live concert recorded at the Castillo de San Cristóbal in San Juan, with special guests including Laura Pausini, Natalia Jiménez, Marc Anthony, Cheo Feliciano, Bernie Williams and Ana Isabelle”- Associated Press
Read the full Spanish profile here: http://www.elnuevoherald.com/2012/07/31/1264691/arthur-hanlon-trae-el-caribe-a.html
“Encanto del Caribe is the ideal special for public television, which is all about sharing cultures.”
– Laura Savini, WNET/WLIW (NY)
“The passionate movement of the instrumentalist’s keys and the powerful voices of his friends came together like musical waves that seemed to gently unveil the cultural charms of Puerto Rico.”