Irish-American Arthur Hanlon was created and raised in Detroit, Michigan. At age 15, after becoming a member of the Turn Jackson Music group, the youthful pianist made a decision to obtain seriously involved with music. He transferred to NY to start participating in the esteemed Manhattan College of Music. Around once, he began hearing tropical music and tinkering with innovative tips reflecting Latin customs coupled with jazz and R&B. After producing his debut using the indie discharge of Global Impressions (including music composed in NY), Hanlon documented his initial tribute to Latin music, Encuentros. Fonovisa/Melody agreed upon him up release a his third record, entitled Un Piano Amarillo (The Yellowish Piano), offering traditional songs organized by Julio C. Reyes. La Gorda Linda, which made an appearance in 2005, included feature jobs for performers including Tito Nieves, Arturo Sandoval, and Ana Bárbara. Hanlon’s following move was a big detour — after he was presented to the task of Latin pop group Mecano, he reworked their materials into Mecanomania, an record released under his very own name in 2006. The next season, Hanlon toured with Puerto Rican vocalist Chayanne. In ’09 2009, Hanlon released Piano Sin Fronteras, which highlighted such guest performers as Colombian vocalist Juanes, Italian vocalist Laura Pausini, Venezuela’s Ricardo Montaner, among others.