George Lamond (born George Garcia, February 25, 1967, Washington, D.C., USA), sometimes styled George LaMond, is an American freestyle music and salsa music singer. LaMond has released 7 albums (5 via Sony Music) between 1989-2014. Best known for his 1989 #25 Billboard debut, “Bad of the Heart,” to his #1 Salsa smash, “Que Te Vas” (which spawned an RIAA-certified Gold album) to his more recent (2008) top 5 radio hit, “Don’t Stop Believing,” George’s name is no stranger to the music world. Dedicated fans often refer to him as the “King of ‘Freestyle’,” a genre he helped define between 1988-1993. On October 24, 2014, George LaMond showcases a 25th Anniversary concert experience, backed by a 12-piece band. Not only will LaMond perform select music from his illustrious career, but he’ll also debut new material for fans from his forthcoming album slated for early 2015.