‘Autism Rocks’ Is Bringing Ricky Martin to London

Autism Rocks Ricky Martin

Sanjay Shah is one of the most successful hedge fund bosses in London since 2009. He was featured in an article in the Telegraph after his million-dollar payday in 2015. However, Sanjay Shah is also a passionate philanthropist. He refutes the idea that an entrepreneur’s involvement with charity should be limited to handing out money to a handful or organizations. Instead, he took it upon himself to change the lives of others in a more innovative way. His organization, Autism Rocks, organises music shows to raise funds for autism research. His events have been a roaring success, and all the proceeds go towards autism research.

Autism Rocks Presents Ricky Martin in London

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It looks like Sanjay Shah has a knack for success, be it in business or in philanthropy. EventsIM quotes him saying:

The Autism Rocks Tribute to Prince attracted more than 6,000 Prince fans, who gathered together to honour his musical genius with electric performances by CeeLo Green, Morris Day and The Time, Mark Ronson and Larry Graham & Graham Central Station, raising £101,330 in donations.

To kick start the upcoming Autism Rocks Sessions, GRAMMY winners Ricky Martin and Nile Rodgers have both been confirmed to perform at the Eventim Apollo on 23rd September and 23rd December respectively.

Heart throb Ricky Martin is the leading Latino musician of his generation, adored by fans worldwide for his instinctive understanding of rhythm. Alongside his passion for performing, Ricky Martin has another important passion; his passion for giving.

A Brief Bio of Ricky Martin

Ricky Martin’s first self-titled album came out in 1991, to much success in Latin America and the U.S. His single “Fuego Contra Fuego” was the most popular of the album, becoming certified gold in Puerto Rico and the U.S. He continued with Spanish albums throughout the early 90’s, with his single “Maria” receiving overwhelming praise in Europe.

Then, in 1998, the World Cup marked a turning point for Martin. His song “La Copa De La Vida”, was featured during the sporting event, garnering the attention of an international viewership. His album “Vuelve” won Best Latin Pop Album at the 41st Grammy Awards, and he was praised by his idols Sting and Madonna.

Ricky Martin’s success continued with his first Spanglish album “Ricky Martin” which was released in 1999. This album has been certified platinum seven times and has sold more than 22 million copies worldwide. It peaked at #1 on the Billboard 200 in 1999. Martin’s major hit, “Livin’ La Vida Loca”, helped him crossover into the English-speaking music industry. It is his most popular song to date. I mean, who doesn’t default to “Livin’ la Vida Loca” on a karaoke night? All jokes aside, Ricky Martin’s success paved the way for other Latin artists to crossover into the English market, including Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias.

You can book tickets for the event through the Autism Rocks official website (www.autism.rocks) or other platforms like EventsIM. The tickets are selling like hot cakes, so be quick to grab yours.

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