Gloria Estefan has returned to her longtime label, Sony Music Entertainment, for a multi-album agreement that begins with the release of her upcoming English-language album, “The Standards,” due out this Fall.
As its name implies, the album is a set of American standards, but the repertoire included has special significance to Estefan, beginning with “The Way You Look Tonight” and “Good Morning Heartache,” which she performed at her very first“Tonight Show” appearance in 1985 with Miami Sound Machine.
Estefan spent 30 years in Sony, releasing albums in both English and Spanish, both as a soloist and with Miami Sound Machine. Then, in 2011, she took a hiatus and released “Miss Little Havana” via a worldwide distribution and marketing deal with Verve Forecast & Universal Music Group. In the U.S., the physical album was sold exclusively through Target.
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