Laura Pausini is an Italian pop singer who sings in both Italian and Spanish, and is loved in both worlds.
Hazte Sentir wins Latin Grammy
November 15, 2018 ~ Hazte Sentir wins the Latin Grammy for “Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.” On the album Pausini sings in Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and English.
Laura Pausini Nominated for Latin Grammy
September 20, 2018 ~ Pausini ‘s Hazte Sentir earned a 19th Latin Grammy nomination for “Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.”
Laura Pausini plays Radio City
August 31, 2018 ~ Pausini is back at Radio City Music Hall in Midtown, Manhattan on Friday at 8:30 pm.
Laura Pausini brings Simili Tour to Barclays Center
Pausini brings her Simili Tour to Barclays Center, in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn on Thursday, July 28, 2016 at 8 pm.
Simili | Similares
Pausini puts on a very energetic, almost Las Vegas-style show. And even if you don’t understand what she is singing, somehow she is able to open your heart. It’s very good fun.
Laura Pausini sings in Italian and Spanish
Laura Pausini is an Italian pop superstar who is as popular for her recordings in Spanish as she is for her recordings in Italian.
In fact, Pausini generally releases albums in Italian and Spanish versions. Her 2016 album was “Simili” in Italian and “Similares” in Spanish.
Laura is also a judge in the popular entertainer reality show “La Banda” on Univision.
Laura Pausini’s Career
Laura was born in 1974 in Faenza, Emilia–Romagna, Italy. She began performing as a child with her father in local piano bars. Pausini’s breakthrough came in 1993 when she won the Sanremo Music Festival. Her winning song “La solitudine” became an Italian standard and an international hit.
Laura recorded her debut album “Laura Pausini” (1993) while still in high school. It became an international hit as did her sophomore album “Laura.” “Laura” was also popular in Brazil and Argentina, two countries with a strong Italian heritage. It also charted in the U.S.
In 1994, Laura released a Spanish-language album “Laura Pausini” (Dro Records). The Spanish-language versions of her previous recordings were popular in Spain, Argentina, Colombia, and Chile.
In 1996, Pausini released “Le cose che vivi” in Italian and “Las cosas que vives” in Spanish. She has used this Italian / Spanish model ever since.
Pausini won a Grammy for “Escucha” (Best Latin Pop Album, 2006) and three Latin Grammys for (Best Female Pop Vocal) for “Escucha” (2005), “Yo canto” (2007), and “Primavera anticipada” (2009).