The Spanish singer-songwriter Rozalén will be the first invited to the meetings of the country Mexico, where she talks about her Latin American tour when the river sounds ... and on her musical trajectory. The appointment will be on December 4 at 19.00 hours at the Cultural center of Spain located in the center of the Mexican capital and will be able to attend all subscribers of the newspaper and fans already selected with a limited quota. It will give a small unplugged concert and an exclusive interview.
His grace on stage, his unmistakable voice and his lyrics are his personal brand and will take them on December 6th to the lunar, along with Beatriz Romero who will interpret in sign language his songs.
Spanish singer-songwriter Rozalén returns to Latin America, the land of her admired Violeta Parra or Chavela Vargas. Consolidated as one of the most suggestive voices of his generation, with two gold discs under his arm and several numbers one in the Spanish lists, María de los Ángeles Rozalén Ortuño (Albacete, 1986) arrives to present his third album, when the river sounds ...
The popular roots of his music begin with the titles of his works: with the right to ..., who has seen me ..., all inconclusive sayings. In his third album delivery for the multinational Sony dives in the gossip, myths, legends and taboos of his childhood in Letur, a small town in the Sierra Mancha del Segura.
The Violet Gate is a first-person pop plea against macho violence and subtle mechanisms that stifle women's daily lives. With mariachi trumpets in the background, in your name dismounts the topics of romantic love: Do not come from bohemian/do not write me poems/Do not send me love songs/do not like me so much and want me better.
In the life of his father, priest of Vocation was inspired for forbidden loves, the history of his righteous grandfather, killed during the Civil war, came out historical memory. Based on the tradition of the Spanish author's song, his work is a kaleidoscope of pop, folk, ranchera and even drum 'n' bass.
The tour started in Buenos Aires, opening the fire for Joaquín Sabina. Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile are the other destinations in their second visit to Latin America. Check out the tour details here.