Robert J. MorgaloAbout the same time Robert J. Morgalo began his career in the Latin music industry he enlisted in the United States Army Reserves. It didn’t take long before he excelled in both occupations.

As a highly respected booking agent and concert promoter, he worked with many of the top Latin artists such as Marc Anthony, Celia Cruz, Tito Puente, Oscar D’León, El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, Flaco Jiménez, Luis Damon, Victor Manuelle as well as Rubén Blades and Willie Colón.

Robert was featured on the July 22, 2000, cover of Billboard Magazine under the title, “Innovative Route for Latino Tours,” written by Ray Waddell. The article highlighted how he put together an ambitious US tour for Luis Damon with thirty-two shows in thirty-six days, all by bus with a fifteen-piece orchestra. Billboard featured him again in June 2001, for his innovative work in creating and producing the highly acclaimed Latin Nights at the Apollo concert series at the legendary theatre in Harlem.

Similarly, Robert proved his worth as a combat medic in the US Army Reserves, and achieved the rank of Sergeant First Class. During Operation Desert Storm he received the Army Commendation Medal for Meritorious Service and the Florida Meritorious Service Ribbon. Robert was called to active duty after the terrorist attacks on 9/11 and was deployed to Iraq for combat operations. He received the Army Commendation Medal and Combat Action Badge for his dedicated service during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Beyond all of these accomplishments, Robert earned a Bachelor of Arts in Middle Eastern Studies from American Military University and a Masters in Diplomacy from Norwich University. Currently, he lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and family.


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