Raphael returns to Argentina: “I’m going to show that the voice is still there”
The Spanish artist will celebrate his 60th birthday on the Luna Park stage on May 14. Tickets are now on sale
02/09/2022 – 10:32 p.m.
Four months after his return to Argentina, raphael throbs the show that he will give on May 14 at Luna Park, as part of the tour in which he celebrates his 60 years on stage. “I’m ready, right now I’m recording a new album. Apart from singing to the public the songs that they always want me to sing to them, I’m also going to present new songs and wonderful songs from Latin American artists, a touch of everything“, advanced the acclaimed artist.
In dialogue with Baby Etchecopar in Baby in the middle, by Radio Rivadavia, he shared a reflection on his career. “Everything costs and whoever thinks that they have given me the career that I have, is wrong. It has taken a lot of work, effort, a lot of enthusiasm for things… the same illusion that I have now to return, return and return and never leave to show again that the voice is still there and that I’m still that one”, he pointed out and was satisfied with the repercussions that the series is having on his life in Spain.
It should be remembered that the Spanish has just launched RAPHAEL 6.0his new record project, which has hits like ‘Mi Gran Noche’, ‘Yo soy qué’, ‘Digan lo que say’ or his most recent ‘Me olvidé de vive’.
Raphael will perform at Luna Park.
“Back to Argentina It is always a great pleasure for its affectionate public, its incomparable tangos and its musicians, who are for me among the best in the world. Since the first time I went in the late 60’s I have always felt at home. I can’t wait to come back and celebrate my six decades of career with you!”, Said days ago the great representative of the romantic ballad, which has sold 70 million records, 56 studio records, 326 gold records, participated in 15 films and he was the first Spaniard to obtain the uranium disc.
Born in Linares, Jaén, like Miguel Rafael Martos Sánchez, he began singing when he was a child and immediately gained a prominent place among his peers. At just 9 years old, he won the award for best children’s voice in Europe at the Salzburg Festival, Austria. In 1962 he took the big leap in his professional career when he received the first prize at the Benidorm Festival and since then he has not stopped.
The power of her voice and the feeling she puts into each song, added to her charisma, made her become a living legend of Hispanic music. In six decades of career, he has traveled the world carrying his music and Argentina was no exception, since it quickly adopted the singer-songwriter as one of the idols of the song, which is why his return generates many expectations. . Tickets for the show at Luna Park will go on sale on Monday, February 7 at 10 a.m. from TicketPortal.
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