New York, New York (PressExposure) April 17, 2008 -- Vicarious Productions and Out and About TV are proud to announce the appearance of Latin pop music star Jade Esteban Estrada at the 15th Annual GLBT Expo at 4:00 p.m. Sunday, April 6, 2008 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center located at 11th Avenue and 38th Street in New York, New York. For more information visit http://www.getjaded.com.
The acclaimed singer will unveil his new music video âBella Morenaâ from his debut CD âAngelâ and will be interviewed by Out and About TV hosted by Ryan Janek Wolowski. The presentation will be held in the Video Lounge and is titled âBillboard Divas on the Dance Floor.â
Estrada has been featured on âThe Graham Norton Effectâ on Comedy Central and â30 Rockâ on NBC. His music can be heard on âThe Shieldâ on the FX Network.
âEstrada is not an icon by accident,â raves Nicholas Snow of Notes from Hollywood. âThe first gay Latin star,â states Out Magazine. HX calls him âa Latin sensation.â The Copenhagen Post calls him âa gay Latin icon.â
The former Charo choreographer and scratch vocalist for the Back Street Boys has been known for his highly acclaimed solo theatre shows including âTortilla Heavenâ and âICONS.â Estrada recently opened his tenth solo show âChek It, Baby: A Fabulous Explanation of Anton Chekhovâs Fiercest Playsâ at the Twin Cities Chekhov Festival in Minneapolis.
In October 2006, Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher paid tribute to Estrada by commissioning him the title of "Kentucky Colonel," the highest honor awarded by the Commonwealth of Kentucky that acknowledges outstanding ambassadors of goodwill and fellowship around the world. The Texas native joined other honorary colonels which include Winston Churchill, Ronald Reagan, Bob Hope, Joan Crawford, Johnny Depp, Muhammad Ali and Pope John Paul II.
Estrada recently released his very own designer humor line of bilingual greeting cards, âJade Esteban Estrada for Nos Vemos Greetings.â
He appears in the films âThe Innocent Killers,â âCallous,â âCrosshairsâ and will host the 19th Annual South Florida GLAAD Media Awards on April 14, 2008.