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¡Celebra el Día De Los Muertos con Tacos de Calabaza y El Amor de Julio!

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¡Celebra el Día De Los Muertos con Tacos de Calabaza y El Amor de Julio!

El 1ero de noviembre marca oficialmente el Día de los Muertos, y es el momento perfecto para celebrar la tradición en familia. Este año, la chef Bricia López de Guelaguetza ha creado una receta única de Tacos de Calabaza Moscada al Chipotle Pipián que tendrá a todos pidiendo más.  ¿Que mejor manera de complementar la celebración que con un Tequila Don Julio Reposado?  En esta ocasión la receta llamada, “El Amor de Julio”, resalta los sabores de las frutas de otoño, por lo cual es la bebida ideal para acompañar los Tacos de Calabaza. Como dice Bricia, “El pipián es un mole muy divertido y se presta para recrearlo y ponerte creative. La receta original lleva semillas de calabaza y una variedad de chiles tostados, pero como muchas cosas, ha evolucionado y tiene todo para ser la base de cualquier chef y aficionado de la cocina. Esta receta también lleva chile guajillo, pero es tan rica en sabores, que puedes omitir estos por completo y aún tener una salsa completamente rica con Salsa Tabasco Chipotle”. Además, si eres fan de sacarle provecho al máximo a todo lo que haces, este pipián de chipotle también es perfecto para usarlo en tus tacos del desayuno. Simplemente sírvelos sobre huevos revueltos y con aguacate fresco y listo – ¡Yummy! Tacos de Calabaza Moscada al Chipotle Pipián Creados por la Chef Bricia López de Guelaguetza Ingredientes Para el Chipotle Pipián 2 chiles guajillo secos 1 taza de agua hirviendo 4 cucharadas de aceite vegetal 1 cebolla blanca pequeña, pelada y en rebanadas delgadas 3 dientes de ajo, pelados 1 taza de semillas de calabaza sin sal ¼ de ajonjolí 2 tomates ciruela (o heirloom), asados ¼ de cucharadita de canela en polvo 1/8 de cucharadita de clavo en polvo 1/8 de cucharadita de pimienta de Jamaica 3 cucharadas de Salsa TABASCO® Chipotle ¼ de caldo de pollo 1 cucharada sal kosher 1 cucharada de azúcar morena 1 cucharada de vinagre de cidra de manzana Para la Calabaza Moscada 1 calabaza moscada de 3-4 libras, pelada, y cortada en cubos de 1 pulgada ½ taza de mantequilla sin sal, cortada en cubos pequeños 5 ramitas de tomillo 1 cucharada de azúcar Morena 2 cucharaditas de sal kosher 1 cucharada de pimienta fresca molida Para los Tacos 10 tortillas de maíz, calientes Ensalada verde, tal como rúcula baby, para decorar Queso fresco, para decorar Semillas de calabaza tostadas, para decorar Preparación Para el Chipotle Pipián Retira los tallos de los chiles guajillo y descarta las semillas. Pon un sartén sobre fuego alto y espera hasta que el sartén se caliente, durante aproximadamente 5 minutos. Agrega los chiles. Tuesta hasta que se hayan asado y despidan fragancia, durante 4 o 5 minutos. Colócalos en un recipiente hondo, cúbrelos con 1 taza de agua hirviendo y apártalos para remojar durante aproximadamente 15 minutos hasta que se hayan suavizado. Usando una cuchara ranurada, transfiere los chiles a una licuadora. En un sartén, calienta dos cucharadas de aceite vegetal. Fríe la cebolla y el ajo hasta que la cebolla este traslucida y el ajo se haya dorado. Retira la cebolla y el ajo y colócalos en la misma licuadora. En el mismo sartén, agrega las semillas de calabaza y revuélvelas constantemente hasta que las semillas se hayan tronado y estén doradas. Retira las semillas de...

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This is Not a Goodnight but a Goodbye Song, “Adios”

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This is Not a Goodnight but a Goodbye Song, “Adios”

Electro-pop duo Love Star premiered today the video for their song “Adios”, directed, filmed and edited by Will Alves and co-filmed by Jester GRF.  The Los Angeles based band has been working since last Summer in their new upcoming album to be released in 2019. The setting of the video begins with what seems to be a dream, and it becomes obvious that the main character is in a dark place. The ‘shadow man’, is a representation of the main character’s thoughts and state of mind, without revealing what the shadow man actually is. “Everybody at some point in their life has had a cloud over their head or has been down. Life can throw a million different things at you and in any combination. Things like a death in the family, a bad break up, low self-esteem, not being accepted… the list seems to go on forever,” says keyboard player and singer Adriana Fernandez, mostly known as Starla. “This song and story is our interpretation of that ugly, but all too familiar place and the journey our main character takes to survive. This video is also a part of a larger story that we’ve been telling with all the videos for our album Espectro. We’ve left clues in each so you can put the whole story together,” Says The Doctor (Will Alves), Love Star’ guitar player and background vocals. “We only have three more videos left after “Adios”, so please be sure to check back for the last three to put it all...

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Hollywood Forever Presents: UNAM Art Exhibition Honoring Día de los Muertos Celebration

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Hollywood Forever Presents: UNAM Art Exhibition Honoring Día de los Muertos Celebration

This year, Hollywood Forever is happy to announce a very special partnership with UNAM Los Angeles, bringing Tomás Casademunt´s photography and Humberto Spíndola´s unparalleled papar art offerings, as a living testimony of the original ritual purposes of this celebration. Both artists wished to present their exhibitions in this section of Hollywood Forever, where the most population with Hispanic heritage are buried. This exhibition will be open for a limited time from October 10th until November 4th at the ABC Hall at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. ABOUT COATLICUE: Coatlicue (pron. Co-at-li-cu-e) or ‘Serpent Skirt’ was a major deity in the Aztec pantheon and regarded as the earth-mother goddess. Her classical Nahuatl name can be rendered both Cōātlīcue and Cōātl īcue, from cōātl “snake” and īcue “her skirt”, roughly meaning “[she who has] the skirt of snakes”. In Aztec mythology Coatlicue was a priestess whose job was to maintain the shrine on the top of the legendary sacred mountain Coatepec (‘Snake Mountain’, also spelt Coatepetl). One day, as she was sweeping, a ball of feathers descended from the heavens and when she tucked it into her belt it miraculously impregnated her. The resulting child was none other than the powerful Aztec god of war Huitzilopochtli. However, Coatlicue’s other offspring, her daughter Coyolxauhqui (‘Painted with Bells’ and perhaps representing the Moon), herself a powerful goddess, and her sons the Centzon Huitznahua (‘Four Hundred Huiztnaua’, who represented the stars of the southern sky) were outraged at this shameful episode and they stormed Mt. Coatepec with the intention of killing their dishonoured mother. The plot came unstuck, though, when one of the Huiztnaua lost heart and decided to warn the still unborn Huitzilopochtli. Rising to his mother’s defence the god sprang from the womb fully-grown and fully-armed as an invincible warrior. In In another version the god springs from his mother’s severed neck but either way, with his formidable weapon, the xiuhcoatl (‘Fire Serpent’) which was actually a ray of the sun, the warrior-god swiftly butchered his unruly siblings and chopping up Coyolxauhqui into several large chunks he lobbed the pieces down the mountainside. The myth may also symbolise the daily victory of the Sun (one of Huitzilpochtli’s associations) over the Moon and...

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Daddy Yankee Artista Favorito Latino de los American Music Awards®

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Daddy Yankee Artista Favorito Latino de los American Music Awards®

El Rey del Reggaetón, Daddy Yankee, fue galardonado en la ceremonia de American Music Award como el “Artista Favorito Latino”. El evento tuvo lugar este pasado miércoles 10 de octubre en el Microsoft Theatre de Los Ángeles. Daddy Yankee recibió la noticia en su natal Puerto Rico y agradeció a su fanaticada (#DyArmy) por su constante apoyo. El artista acudirá a los Latin American Music Awards, donde será honrado con el Premio Icono en los AMAs de América Latina. El Latin AMA Icon Award se otorga al artista más distinguido y querido del mundo hispano, reconocido en todos los continentes como el rey o la reina de su género musical. El ganador del Latin AMA Icon Award interpreta vida en los países latinos en sus canciones, forma parte importante de la historia de América Latina y es considerado un héroe musical. Su nombre sobrepasa a todas las generaciones; su público lo admira y otros artistas se inspiran diariamente en su brillantez. Daddy Yankee también se presentará en el Latin AMAs, que transmitirá en vivo desde el prestigioso Dolby Theatre en Hollywood, California, el jueves 25 de octubre de 2018 a las 8pm E / 7pm C. El programa también se transmitirá simultáneamente en la red de cable de entretenimiento en español, Universo. Daddy Yankee también esta nominado a seis premios este año, incluyendo Artista del Año, Canción del Año, entre otros. Estas presentaciones siguen a una exitosa gira mundial que recientemente lo llevó a Shanghai, China, donde los fanáticos lo recibieron bailando al ritmo de su éxito más reciente “Dura”. El intérprete puertorriqueño, que recientemente colaboró con Janet Jackson en su regreso a la música con el tema, “Made For Now”, recibió la semana pasada 25 álbumes con certificación Platino por parte de la RIAA. “Dura” ha superado más de tres mil millones de transmisiones desde su lanzamiento en enero. La estrella puertorriqueña cuenta con 61 éxitos incluidos en las canciones de Hot Latin, cinco de las cuales fueron No. 1, incluyendo “Rompe”, que lideró durante 15 semanas no consecutivas en 2005, y “Limbo”, que coronó la lista en 2013 y reinó durante 15 semanas consecutivas. La colaboración de Yankee en el mega éxito, “Despacito” de Luis Fonsi, con Justin Bieber, alcanzó el puesto número 1 en la lista en febrero de 2017 y determinó el total durante 56 semanas. El video oficial de “Despacito” en YouTube recibió más de mil millones de visitas, convirtiéndose en el video musical más visto en la historia de YouTube. Su éxito llevó a Daddy Yankee a convertirse en el artista más escuchado en todo el mundo en Spotify, el primer artista latino en lograr tal hazaña. Puedes ver el vídeo “Yo Contra Ti” AQUI: Sigue a DADDY YANKEE en redes sociales: www.daddyyankee.com...

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Chef Bricia Lopez Shares her Recipe in Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month and Predictions in Mexican Cuisine for the Coming Year

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Chef Bricia Lopez Shares her Recipe in Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month and Predictions in Mexican Cuisine for the Coming Year

During Hispanic Heritage Month we celebrate our Latino culture and spotlight those that are serving as cultural ambassadors sharing our traditions and influences with society. Chef Bricia Lopez of Guelaguetza, a James Beard Award winner and restaurant favorite in Los Angeles is a big advocate of her native Oaxaca, Mexico, mostly by the regional specialties her and her family serve at the restaurant.  She shared some trends she’s seeing in the kitchen and on menus everywhere inspired by Mexican cuisine and culture. What kind of flavors and homemaking activities can we expect more of in the upcoming year? I predict we’ll see bolder, smokier flavors that are heightened through the layering of spices and chiles. I love making homemade tortillas at home with my 3.5 year old son and I hope it’s something that more families start doing at home. For me, it’s an easy way to pass down tradition to my son and spend time in the kitchen, which I love. What region (s) of Mexico do you think will be the most influential to the overall Mexican food scene? I am of course bias to Oaxaca, but I do think that Baja California, Puebla and Sonora will also be the most popular. Is there a trend in Mexican cuisine you are seeing now that you hope lives on? I hope vegan-friendly Mexican dishes continue to grow in 2019. Many people have a misconception that Mexican can’t be vegan, when in reality our indigenous roots are vegan. What dish will you be serving up this fall to friends and family in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month? Being from Mexico, we have such a variety of chiles that are widely used in our cuisine. I love the flavors of Pasilla Chiles and I created this Stuffed Pasilla Chiles recipe with melted Cacique Manchego cheese. It’s pretty easy to prepare and the honey/piloncillo syrup really heightens the flavor of both the chile and cheese. QUESO MANCHEGO STUFFED PASILLAS Chef Bricia Lopez 
INGREDIENTS: For the syrup: 1 tbsp honey 1 cup water 1/2 cup piloncillo 1 cinnamon bark 1 thyme sprigs, dried 1 clove, Whole 1 star anise For the Chiles: 1 liter water 4 Tbsp Piloncillo 1 tbsp brown cane sugar 15 Chile Pasilla Oaxaqueno ¼ lb Queso Manchego, cubed 1 cup Epazote leaves, chopped To garnish: 30 Epazote leaves, fried Fresh thyme flowers ¼ cup crumbled Cacique Queso Fresco DIRECTIONS: For the Syrup: Under medium heat, add water, honey, piloncillo , thyme, cloves and anise to a saucepan. Once it comes to a boil, reduce heat and simmer and reduce for 10 minutes. Discard the thyme, cloves and anis, then allow to cool. For the Chiles: Boil water with piloncillo and sugar. Drop in the Chiles and allow them to boil for 5 minutes. Remove from heat, cover pot and allow the chiles to soak for another 20 minutes, until the chiles have softened.  Once the chiles have softened, remove from hot water and allow them to cool for a few minutes. Combine Cacique Queso Fresco with chopped Epazote leaves. Make a slit on the chiles from top to bottom, then stuff with 3 oz. of Cacique Manchego. Drizzle syrup on top of cheese and broil for 2 minutes, until cheese has melted. Remove from stove and allow any excess juice from the Chiles to drain. Top with an extra drizzle of syrup and garnish with fresh thyme flowers, fried Epazote leaves and crumbled Cacique Queso...

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 Hispanicize LA 2018

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 Hispanicize LA 2018

From Politics to financial planning and film screenings to professional speed dating, HISPANICIZE LA will gather the Latinx community to talk trends, tech, diversity, entertainment and more closing out Hispanic Heritage Month The largest West coast gathering for Latinx trendsetters and influencers features Social Media Stars, Latino Celebrities, Community Heroes and Causes from Oct. 11- 13th  Hispanicize Los Angeles, the west coast’s counterpart to the national Hispanicize Miami conference, is expected to close Hispanic Heritage Month with a gathering of the nation’s most influential Latinx professionals in the Social Media arena for 2.5 days in Century City’s Intercontinental Hotel from October 11-13th. Hispanicize, originally founded in Dallas in 2009, is the largest annual event for Latino trendsetters and newsmakers in digital content creation, journalism, marketing, entertainment and tech entrepreneurship. Now in its 3rd year, Hispanicize LA expands from one to nearly three days as a result of social influencer and sponsor demand on the west coast for a more in-depth experience. The event will feature the key themes of financial literacy and empowerment, STEM education, diversity and entrepreneurship, tech innovations, community leadership and Latina motivation. Hispanicize LA offers top influencers, communications professionals and senior-level college students a networking event to hear the latest in virtual trends, connect with sponsors, collaborate with likeminded creators and advance their skillsets through professionally led industry sessions such as What’s New in Digital Trends, or Producing Viral Videos Like A Boss, among many others. “Our programming in Los Angeles aims to address the lack of diversity and inclusion in the creator industry that is often overlooked by big conferences,” said Katherine Johnson-Gunn, co-founder and Managing Partner of Programming, Hispanicize Events. “Inspiring our community and future leaders including students, Latinas and influencers is central to our goals for Hispanicize events and our brand partners who present unique programs catered for our audience,” said Cristy Clavijo-Kish, co-founder and Managing Partner of Partnerships, Hispanicize Events. The event’s returning presenting sponsor is Prudential Financial who will deliver a thought-provoking panel with a top Latina influencer to help the audience consider paths toward wealth management. Various brands are activating unique programs at Hispanicize LA designed to inspire and motivate attendees. First-time sponsors including Colgate Optic White will present the ‘Content Creators & Brands Professional Speed Dating’ as well as new initiatives from Uulala App, MusicaRoots and Major League Soccer. Returning sponsors including Microsoft, Amazon, Israel Tourism, Remitly, Dove, Nielson, Walmart, Universal Pictures and airline partner United Airlines have solid programming awaiting attendees including the presentation of top trends in travel, timely research on Latinx consumer insights, the positive impact of AI on daily life and even an ‘underarm university’ for Latinas and the latest bilingual reading technology for parents. “It is impossible to overestimate the importance of the Hispanic consumer, especially as we continue to expand our work to help put financial security within reach for everyone,” said Dorinda Walker, VP of multicultural markets for Prudential Financial. The Hispanicize LA conference caters to Latinx influencers and trendsetters across many different spaces and a wide variety of interests and relevant issues for Hispanics today. These include: Emerging Bloggers/Influencers Hispanicize LA is also a launching pad for many up and coming influencers across the community. It offers newbies and highly engaged creators’ platforms and resources to enable them to pursue their goals and become role models for future generations....

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Folk Alliance International 2019 Official Showcase Artists

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Folk Alliance International 2019 Official Showcase Artists

Folk Alliance International (FAI) is proud to announce the 2019 Official Showcase artists* representing 23 countries (*confirmed to date and subject to change) for the 31st annual conference taking place February 13-17, 2019, at Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth in Montréal, Québec, Canada. This was an exceptional applicant year with over 1000 artists (a 30% increase over the previous year) from 28 countries applying for 180 Official Showcase slots. A 21-member international jury made up of festival directors and music industry professionals from the U.S., Canada, and abroad spent one month reviewing and scoring the applications. FAI places a priority on reflecting the full diversity of international folk music, and while scoring applications jurors are asked to consider how well the applicant helps broaden the view and offering of folk music for presenters, industry, and audience.  2019 Official Showcase Artists A platform for luminaries and rising stars, FAI’s Official Showcases are 30 minutes in length and are held concurrently on ten full-production stages throughout the host hotel over four nights. Artists perform for hundreds of festivals and venue bookers, agents, managers, labels, media, and music industry representatives. The curated showcases feature touring and export-ready artists representing a diverse array of folk genres including Appalachian, Americana, Bluegrass, Blues, Cajun, Celtic, Francophone, Global Roots, Indie-Folk, Indigenous, Latin, Old-Time, Traditional, Singer-Songwriter, Spoken Word, and every imaginable fusion. High profile artists from previous conferences include John Oates, Neyla Pekarek of The Lumineers, Lake Street Dive, Rhiannon Giddens with The Carolina Chocolate Drops, Lhasa de Sela, AHI, Béla Fleck , Sarah Jarosz, The Milk Carton Kids, The War and Treaty, Darlingside, The Stray Birds, Valerie June, John Fullbright, The Wailin’ Jennys, Kaia Kater, The Waifs, and Nickel Creek. Past performances have also included guest appearances by Judy Collins, Billy Bragg, Rita Coolidge, Ron Sexsmith, Ani DiFranco, Archie Fisher, Sara Watkins, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Peggy Seeger and many more. FAI is committed to diversity, inclusion, equitable representation in all programming. In compliment to ongoing efforts to prioritize this commitment, FAI has formally signed on to the PRS Foundation’s international Keychange initiative, a pioneering effort which empowers women to transform the future of music and encourages festivals to achieve a 50:50 gender balance by 2022. FAI achieved this goal of gender equity with the 2018 Official Showcases and aims to achieve it across all stages and programs in 2019. Returning to Canada in 2019, the FAI conference theme, The Spirit of Creativity, is an exploration of the artistic process from inspiration to vocation and a collective conversation about innovation, collaboration, and spirituality in art. The 31st annual conference will be held February 13-17, 2019, in Montréal, Québec, Canadawhich is known for its vibrant music scene and public celebration of the arts. Additionally, the historic host hotel Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth, will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s bed-in at the hotel where they wrote: “Give Peace a Chance.” Follow FAI for...

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¡Sintoniza todos los capítulos de El Recluso a las 10 PM/9C hoy y durante toda la semana por Telemundo!

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¡Sintoniza todos los capítulos de El Recluso a las 10 PM/9C hoy y durante toda la semana por Telemundo!

El Recluso es la historia del ex-marine estadounidense Lázaro Mendoza (Ignacio Serricchio) quien ingresa en una prisión de máxima seguridad en México (La Rotunda), bajo una identidad falsa y acusado de un supuesto triple homicidio. Ahora como Dante Pardo, su misión es infiltrarse dentro de una peligrosa pandilla de presos y custodios que opera dentro y fuera del penal. Ellos son los principales sospechosos del secuestro de la hija adolescente de un juez estadounidense llamado John Morris (Guy Ecker). Dentro de La Rotunda, Lázaro tiene que descubrir quién es el autor intelectual del secuestro y dar con el paradero de la...

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FICG in LA 2018

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FICG in LA 2018

FICG in LA is a window into the world of contemporary Mexican and Ibero-American cinema and it is an extension of the Guadalajara Film Festival. This year′s FICG in LA will take place in the historic Egyptian Theatre, right in the heart of the worldwide film and entertainment industry. The festival is designed for people to come and explore the diverse regional narratives of Mexican and Ibero-America cinema, and to help critically acclaimed films from these regions reach a wider audience. Los Angeles provides an essential backdrop for the showcase to take place because of its strong cultural ties to Latin American communities all across the globe. The goal of the festival is to increase access and visibility of Mexican and Ibero-American cinema; facilitate the exchange of ideas through storytelling and socially relevant themes; create a bridge between film industries in Mexico, the U.S. and Canada; spark new collaborations among international filmmakers and strengthen the presence of Mexican and Ibero-American cinema in the U.S., as well as in other parts of the world. In addition to film screenings followed by Q&A sessions with filmmakers and talent, galas and special recognition awards to some key Latino and US Latino talent, FICG in LA is hosting again its industry initiatives this year. WIP Latino is seeking for feature fictional and documentary films that are currently in post-production stage and which are centered on the theme of borders, migration, racism, human rights, social movements or Latinos living abroad. The selected films will be screened for the jury and film industry professionals at FICG in LA. WIP Latino 3 is working to garner specific support for the post-production and commercial distribution of the films. WIP Latino will take place on October 26th, 2018. To reaffirm the social mission of FICG and the University of Guadalajara Foundation in USA, FICG in LA will donate again all of its proceeds to a charitable cause. Past recipients have been the Mexican Red Cross, Covenant House California and Digital Dove. We will announce soon the recipient of this year’s fundraising effort. Facebook | Twitter | YouTube |...

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“Mis Planes Son Amarte Medellín” – JUANES

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“Mis Planes Son Amarte Medellín” – JUANES

La noche del pasado viernes, y después de muchos años, JUANES regresó a su natal Medellín para regalarles una noche mágica e inolvidable a más de diez mil personas que se concentraron en el centro de eventos La Macarena, para disfrutar del espectáculo que para ellos tenían preparado JUANES, hijo de esta tierra y Miguel Bosé. Esta presentación fue la primera de las dos que hacen parte de la gira mundial Mis Planes Son Amarte, la cual ya llevó al paisa en un recorrido por decenas de ciudades de Estados Unidos, Europa, América Latina y que también incluye a Bogotá, este miércoles 3 de octubre, en el nuevo escenario de la capital colombiana, el Movistar Arena, donde estará acompañado del artista español y de Sebastián Yatra. Un JUANES emocionado y ansioso se paró en el escenario y abrió el show con una de sus más emblemáticas canciones, A Dios Le Pido, a la que siguió un repertorio que incluyó sus más grandes éxitos que van desde la memorable Camisa Negra hasta su más reciente lanzamiento Pa Dentro, pasando por sus canciones favoritas del más reciente álbum de estudio Mis Planes Son Amarte. Fueron dos horas de derroche musical, talento, pero sobre todo, mucho amor, tanto del público a JUANES, como del artista a su público, al que confesó, profundamente emocionado y conmovido, detalles de su vida artística y personal. “Medellín, ustedes no saben lo que siento en este momento, llevo 46 años preparándome para este instante y esta noche ustedes me hacen inmensamente feliz”. JUANES JUANES recordó una de las más duras experiencias de su vida. “Es la segunda vez que toco en este escenario. La primera vez fue exactamente el día que murió mi papá. Ese día mis hermanos y mi mamá, que hoy están aquí acompañándome, me dijeron: ‘vaya y toque, él estaría más feliz sabiendo que está allá tocando música que aquí en la funeraria’. Gracias a él, a mi mamá y a mis hermanos por haberme acompañado desde ese día y seguirlo haciendo hasta hoy”. recordó JUANES El artista antioqueño recordó también que hace algo más de 30 años, en 1987, en ese mismo escenario de La Macarena, cambió la vida de muchos músicos de Medellín. “200 jóvenes de aquella época vimos tocar aquí a una banda argentina que nos inspiró para hacer rock y tocar música” y acto seguido comenzó a interpretar Cuando pase el temblor, de Soda Estéreo. La gran sorpresa de la noche se dio cuando JUANES invitó al escenario a Greeicy Rendón y Mike Bahia para cantar junto a él su canción La tierra:“Qué talento el de estos artistas y que talento tan grande el que tiene Colombia. Están pasando muchas cosas buenas ahí afuera, muchas cosas bonitas están pasando en el país”. La frase que cerró con éxito de la noche de JUANES recoge todo: “Medellín, soy un hijo de esta tierra y quiero que les quede algo claro desde siempre y para siempre: MIS PLANES SON AMARTE” Twitter | Facebook |...

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