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Alejandro Sanz leads Latin Grammy nominees; Distbured grabs fourth No. 1; TMBG for free in D.C.

alejandro sanzAlejandro Sanz looks to add to his 14 Latin Grammys.

By David Malitz

- Alejandro Sanz leads the pack for the 11th Latin Grammy Awards, which will be held Nov. 11 in Las Vegas. The 14-time Latin Grammy winner is up for both album of the year ("Paraiso Express") and song of the year ("Desde Cuando").

- Watch out, Bob Dylan. Hard rockers Disturbed are only one No. 1 album behind you. "Asylum" debuted atop the charts with sales of 179,000 in its first week. It's the band's fourth consecutive album to debut at No. 1; the only other rock bands to achieve the same feat are Dave Matthews Band and Metallica.

- Cult favorites They Might Be Giants will perform a free show at the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage on Saturday, Oct. 2 as part of the venue's relaunch of Artsedge, the venue's K-12 arts education Web site.

- What was it like when the Beatles made their mark on Hamburg 50 years ago? Members of Cat Power, Guided By Voices and Nada Surf attempted to recreate and find out.

By David Malitz  |  September 9, 2010; 9:40 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Alejandro Sanz, Disturbed, Latin Grammys, They Might Be Giants  
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