Thursday, May 12, 2011

Luis Miguel Dominican seduces his Tour 2011

SANTO DOMINGO (AP) - Luis Miguel captivated with a sample of subjects of his 29 year career at more than 10,000 Dominicans who attended the Wednesday night concert at Quisqueya Stadium in Santo Domingo. "I love this country," insisted on several occasions the interpreter, while some of the spectators in the front row threw him on stage japa hats, scarf, common in tropical countries.

The singer of 41 years included in his recital of the tour "Tour 2011", which started in late April in Acapulco, some of the themes of his latest production, "Lips of honey", presented last September in Las Vegas and classic boleros, a tango and several of his romantic pop hits. The biggest cheer was received by the singer when she sang "Come Fly With Me" in a duet with a recording of Frank Sinatra's voice, while the American artist's image was projected on giant screens.

"The Sun of Mexico" also raised the seats and began to sing to the audience with a collection of her past hits, like "When the sun is shining," "Boys Today" and "Resolve." The attendees of the show paid between 2,000 and 10,000 pesos (between 53 and 264 dollars), the highest figures have claimed for music concerts in the Dominican Republic.

Luis Miguel continue his tour "Tour 2011" on Saturday with a performance at the Coliseum Jose Miguel Agrelot, Puerto Rico, from where to Miami to continue an extensive tour of several cities in the United States and Canada.

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