The Superstars Maelo Ruiz and Tito Rojas will perform their biggest hits at The Mayan on July 19th

These Puerto Rican will join their talent in an impressive show in Los Angeles for all their Salsero fans

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These Puerto Rican will join their talent in an impressive show in Los Angeles for all their Salsero fans

Date: Friday, July 19th

Doors open at 9:00PM

Price: $43.15+

Age: 21 up

Venue: The Mayan. 1038 S Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA, 90015

Website: http://www.clubmayan.com/

Ismael Ruiz Hernández, better known as Maelo Ruiz, was born in New York City in 1966, but at the age of 4 he moved with his family to Puerto Rico where his parents are originally from.

In 1994 he released his first record production as soloist, which included the renowned song:  “Te Necesita Mi Amor”, which ranked # 1 on the list of tropical music for four weeks in Latin American countries such as: Colombia , Panama, Venezuela and cities of the United States: Chicago, Los Angeles and Miami. Likewise, Maelo is credited as Best Salsero in Peru. And also, he got the Rumba de Oro Award in Ecuador.

Two years later, Ruiz launched his second album which was called “Experiencia” that contained among other hits: “Te Amo”, “El Reloj Cucu”, “La Primera Noche”, “La Dueña De Mi Corazón”.

In 1999 he released his third self-titled album that takes him in a tour around the European continent, promoting themes such as: “Oh Mujer”, “A Media Luz” y “Maldito”.

His fourth CD “En Tiempo de Amor” (2004) was directed by Diego Galé, highlighting themes such as: “Así Eres Tú” by Axel Martínez, “Será Que Si” by Luis Lambis, and two ballads: “Por favor Señora” by Juan C. Calderón and the popular song “Te Va a Doler” by Álvaro Torres.

During 2007, Maelo premiered his album “Puro Corazón”, where he decided to do the cover: “Entrégate” from Luis Miguel originally, “Amor, Amor” by Camilo Sesto and “He Vuelto Por Ti”  by Myriam Hernández, and whose album was nominated for The Latin Grammy Award for Best Salsa Album.

Maelo Ruiz with 10 recorded albums and 40 years of artistic career created his website www.maeloruiz.com in July 2016 and now you can visit it to keep up to date with the date of his events and tours for the world.