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Win Tickets to See FONSECA at the GRAMMY Museum on Tuesday

By Eric Richardson
Published: Thursday, June 04, 2009, at 03:54PM

Colombian singer/songwriter FONSECA comes to the GRAMMY Museum on Tuesday, June 9, the first Latin artist to pay a visit to the museum's Sound Stage for an interview and performance. We've got tickets for blogdowntown readers to attend the show.

Juan Fernando Fonseca has been singing since the age of five, and released his first album in 2002. The release of his third album, "Gratitud," led to numerous acolades, including Latin GRAMMY, Billboard Latin Music and MTV Latin wins.

At the GRAMMY Museum, he will answer questions from Chief Curator Ken Luftig Viste about his songwriting, charitable work, recording career, cultural and musical influences. He'll also take questions from the audience and perform.

Remember, until Friday at noon we're also giving away tickets to see Nanci Griffith at the GRAMMY Museum on Monday.

Want to be part of the audience in the 200-seat Sound Stage? We've got five pairs of tickets to give to blogdowntown readers. Just leave a comment telling us why you'd like to see the show, and make sure to include contact info (email or Facebook account). We'll close off the entries Sunday at noon.


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