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Ricky Martin released his first live disc in 2006 with MTV Unplugged. The album showed Martin to be a polished live performer capable of leading his tight band through powerfully energetic performances that outpaced his studio recordings. He must have known he was onto a good thing, because he released another live set in 2007. Black and White Tour doesn't have the same stripped-down quality of the MTV date, but it is still powered by an immediacy and a forcefulness that are very impressive. Again, Martin's band is top-notch, and there's no shortage of sparks flying on both the straightforward Latin grooves and the more streamlined dance-pop. "Vuelve" and "Tu Recuerdo" are here, as is, of course, "Livin' la Vida Loca.", Rovi

Biography

Born: 24 December 1971 in San Juan, Puerto Rico

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Ricky Martin was one of the biggest teen idols in Latin America during the '90s and a major figure in American pop music by the end of the decade. A lead singer of Menudo, Martin was blessed with good looks and a nice voice, which helped him become a Latin music star. He also became an actor, earning praise from the Mexican motion picture industry and starring...
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