Marc Anthony at Patriot Center

The five-time Grammy and Latin Grammy winner is on the stateside part of his U.S. and Latin American tour, which includes a stop at the Patriot Center.

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"Íconos," Anthony’s first studio album in six years, has been hovering on top of Billboard's Latin Album chart since its debut in late May.
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Anthony is a five-time Grammy and Latin Grammy winner, and this weekend kicked off the stateside part of his U.S. and Latin American tour.
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Marc Anthony’s band at the Patriot Center
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Anthony is known for his big emotive voice, and his salsa producer Sergio George once called him the "Latin Frank Sinatra."
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Marc Anthony "air keyboarding" alongside his band at the Patriot Center
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Some of Marc Anthony’s fans at the Patriot Center
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Anthony, along with his wife, Jennifer Lopez, recently shot a fashion campaign for Gucci with their 2-year-old twins. Anthony, cool and sharp as always, wore shades during the shoot.
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Anthony's latest album, "Iconos," collects romantic ballads he sang with his musician father as a kid.
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Named after Mexican pop star Marco Antonio Muniz, Marc Anthony’s debut album, 1991's "When the Night Is Over," combined American hip-hop with Puerto Rican dance music.
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Anthony's latest album, "Iconos," includes his renditions of such classics as Jose Jose's "Almohada" and Jose Luis Perales' "Y Como Es El."
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Anthony, cool and sharp as always, wore shades like he does her during the Gucci shoot.
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Now 20 years later, his music has diversified and Anthony has sold 11 million albums worldwide.
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