Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Cuban singer Pablo Milanes confirmed U.S. tour and a historic presentation in Miami

The Cuban singer Pablo Milanes confirmed a U.S. tour in August and September, including Los Angeles, Boston and a historic presentation in Miami, the heart of Cuban exiles who oppose the artists and partnerships with the Government of the island. "After ten years of absence, I would love to share emotions and feelings with all the Latin American audience with which I am sure share unforgettable moments.

Receive a hug and hope! "He said in a statement the singer for Living, Yolanda and I tread the streets again. The tour, defined as "historic" by the promoters of Milan, will start on August 26 in Washington and the next day will be up to Miami, where the artist will perform at the American Airlines Arena in the heart of the city.

The tour of Milan, accompanied by his six musicians also include the cities of Los Angeles (September 8), New York (September 10), Boston, Oakland (California) and will end on September 17 in the Fine Arts Theatre San Juan, Puerto Rico. In June last year, the Cuban singer Silvio Rodríguez in the same artistic generation that Milanes was cheered in Los Angeles, New York and even Orlando (Florida, south) in his first U.S. tour. Rodriguez reviewed successes, which he dedicated to Cuban prisoners in the U.S., and sang The era is giving birth to a heart, reminding the revolutionary "Che" Guevara. Until then, and since 1980, Washington had denied visas to Rodriguez to sing there.

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