Angela Álvarez makes history, winning a grammy at age 95!
Feeling like you’re past it? Take inspiration from Angela Alvarez – the 95 year Cuban-American woman has won her first Grammy for … Best New Artist. In doing so, this queen is offering a timely reminder to our inner “but you’re too old” voice, that it can take an extremely long nap.
In the article published by CNN’s Marysabel Huston-Crespo:
Angela Álvarez made Latin Grammy history on Thursday by winning the award for best new artist at age 95. The Cuban-native’s passion for music began in her youth. She was discouraged from pursuing a career in music by her father but found joy performing for her family. The mother of four, grandmother of nine and the great-grandmother of 15 immigrated to the United States in the 1960s, according to Billboard.
Álvarez concluded her speech on Thursday with words of inspiration: “To those who have not fulfilled their dream, although life is difficult, there is always a way out and with faith and love you can achieve it, I promise you,” Álvarez added “It’s never too late.”
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