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Latin Giants Orchestra (Formerly Tito Puente Orchestra) Launch Fan-Funded Album

SOURCE: Published: 2009-08-18
Latin Giants Orchestra The Latin Giants Orchestra call on their fans from all corners of the globe to support the continuance of the latin big band sound.

This fan drive includes options that allow the supporter to purchase a package that will include a limited edition album including bonus tracks, signed by the band's founders, and puts them in drawings for free tickets to concerts, merchandise, autographed posters, to name a few. Fans are also asked to name the album, choose the album artwork, and to participate in many aspects of releasing the Latin Giants Orchestra new album. Each supporter's name will be included in the released album's notes.

The Latin Giants Orchestra (the former Tito Puente Orchestra) asks their fans to help make music, not just listen to it! The Latin Giants Orchestra is simultaneously announcing their new band name and the beginning of their drive for a 100% fan funded album. Celebrating fan involvement from the beginning of the process, the Latin Giants Orchestra fan funded album title and CD cover will be chosen by the votes of those who donate and contribute to making the album a reality. Their sponsorship levels are laced with kickbacks to those who donate and special thanks will keep coming! The Latin Giants Orchestra fan funded album will prove to be one by the fans and for the fans! Detailed information on the Latin Giants Orchestra fan funded album can be found at LatinGiantsOrchestra.com.

The Latin Giants Orchestra not only carries on a long standing tradition of Latin Jazz and Salsa music, these are some of the key musicians who have worked to make it a mainstream art form. With John 'Dandy' Rodriguez, Jose Madera, Mitch Frohman and a long list of ground breaking and masterful musicians, this is the Latin Big Band at its best!

The Latin Giants Orchestra is currently booking international performances and will be accepting all booking, radio and television requests.


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