Monday evening, August 21, long awaited comeback show Luis Miguel, The hit-filled show has his fans going wild, though according to comments on social networks, He missed ten songs, which he sang on his way through Argentina.
The interpreter, on the other hand, was coughing badly from a viral infection – treated at a clinic in San Diego hours before the show – yet, even so He met the expectations of fans.
At 9:00 PM, the Mexico Sun Art Tour projection begins In Latin America, from its inception in the 1980s and 1990s to today’s maturity.
The 53-year-old rushed onto the stage amid deafening screams from the audience. Dressed in a black suit, dark tie and white shirt, he kicked off the concert with his hit song “Será que no me amas”.
“Despite his cough and flu, he was still there”
Patricia Larraín shares a record in the audience It was clear that the artist’s health was not ideal. In fact, Several times he had to drink water to moisten his throat.
“I want to say something: He’s out there despite having many, many coughs and flus, Responsible and professional, use his voice to do what he can. (He coughs after every song),” the communicator said.
“Elegant, dignified, and so handsome. Well dressed, impeccable shoes, perfect nails, shirts with very elegant collars, well pressed clothes,” he added.
Accompanied by a live band, there are two screens at each end of the stage, Luismi continued to bombard: “Love, Love, Love,” “Softness,” and “Guilty.”
Also, during the 1 hour and 45 minutes his show lasted, Other artists emerged thanks to technology, such as Michael Jackson and Frank Sinatra. At one point during the night, 14 mariachi bands performed “La Bikina” or “La media vuelta”. The second of ten concerts will continue this Tuesday.
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