Connie Blue’s mission is clear: to be a voice for her people. She’s done this through her music, lyrics and charisma. In less than twenty years, she’s amassed a song collection for artists that most songwriters would envy. She’s crossed genres with the best of them and translated songs from English to Spanish for Bruce Swedien, Chuck Wild, and Michelle Vice, for use in shows such as Guiding Light and the HBO series Resurrection Blvd. “Saturday” was translated by Connie Blue-‐Puché and was featured in the film, The Prince and the Pauper. She was also requested as a translator for the new group Eden’s Crush after their success on the hit TV show, Popstars. Her work with them garnered the group a Gold Record for their album sales. She’s recorded her own music through Balboa Records.
But most recently, La Leona’s mission has taken a slightly different turn: one that allows her to entertain while helping those in need. Through maintaining closeness to her fans in the U.S. and Mexico, La Leona witnessed the Hispanic community being abused and taken advantage of in a variety of different ways. Her knowledge in the field of law and her compassion for her community encouraged her to create a show that informs, entertains and provides assistance for those in need. In December 2010, La Leona created a radio talk show titled, Buso con el Abuso, (“Beware of Abuse”), an independent radio talk show aired by Univision Network. Buso con el Abuso was designed by La Leona to educate and shine the light of truth on all types of injustice while helping victims to find the help they need, many times through the advice of invited guests who are experts in their field. Her latest venture in front of the camera is aimed at raising the entertainment bar while also being of further assistance to the community around her.