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Epic Recording Brings Together Latin Artists Under a Common Cause
Date:11/2/2009

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- United under a same mission, music super stars, Placido Domingo, Gloria Estefan, David Bisbal, Luis Fonsi, Arthur Hanlon, Wisin & Yandel and Enrique Iglesias amongst other Latin music stars, will become ambassadors of hope through this historic initiative; "Unete Con La Gota de la Vida, Benefiting City of Hope."

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"The 'Unete Con La Gota de la Vida, Benefiting City of Hope' campaign was conceived to create awareness within the Latin community about the importance of bone marrow donation, and thus encourage the community to register with the National Bone Marrow Registry which City of Hope currently promotes. For the first time, a group of A-list Hispanic musical artists have joined the cause in an effort to launch an unprecedented campaign where they will record an epic song: 'La Gota de la Vida,'" said Salvador Trevino, co-founder of the campaign to benefit City of Hope and Executive Producer of the project.

"We'd like to thank these talented artists for their time, energy and commitment to the recording of 'La Gota de la Vida'," said Scott Loyola, Associate Vice President of Development for City of Hope, top center in the investigation and treatment of cancer in the United States and beneficiary of the project. "Through the support from the artists, recording labels and sponsoring companies, we can help ensure wider outreach to the Latino community and encourage more to join the 'National Bone Marrow Donor Registry' while raising funds for advanced research and treatment at City of Hope."

The large number of singers that are part of the group at this time will converge in Las Vegas this up-coming week of November 3-6 during the Latin Grammy 2009 celebration. Addi
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