Miami, October 18 (EFE) This Monday artist.
The statue of the romantic song and an industry that has lasted for more than six decades, expressed emotion by returning to the stage by touring several cities in Europe, Mexico and his native Brazil.
“Although my recordings have brought my voice to all corners of the world, it’s my live performances that have made me happy in my life,” he said in a statement: “I still feel alive on stage like nowhere else.”
Known as the king of Latin music and considered one of the most important representatives of the romantic ballad, he has sold more than 150 million records and is one of the most successful singers of all time, according to the Live Events Agency. In charge of the singer’s tour.
Winner of one Grammy and two Latin Grammy Awards, with numerous awards, his record production as the first and only artist to record at least one album each year in Brazil is plentiful.
Next year, Roberto Carlos plans to release two albums, one in Spanish and the other in Portuguese, promoting the show.
The two-month route in North America includes “Lady Laura” and “The Cat Is Sad and Blue” stops in Orlando (Florida), Atlanta (Georgia), Washington DC, Boston (Massachusetts), Chicago (Illinois) and Toronto, Canada.
It will then continue via New York, Texas McCallon, Dallas, Houston and El Paso, initially closing in Los Angeles, where it will perform on May 21st.
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