MEXICO CITY – Spanish singer Miguel Bose will take part in the second season of the television talent search show “La Voz de Mexico,” the Televisa network said Friday.
Bose, “one of the most multifaceted and successful Spanish artists at the international level,” will join Paulina Rubio, Jenny Rivera and Beto Cuevas as coaches on the south-of-the-border version of NBC’s “The Voice,” Televisa said.
The coaches help guide the budding artists competing to win a recording contract.
The creator of hits such as “Morena mia”, “Corazones” y “Amante bandido” will offer contestants “his experience of more than 35 years” in music, Televisa said.
With worldwide record sales of more than 30 million, Bose is also a veteran of a score of international concert tours.
Another Spanish music icon, Alejandro Sanz, was a coach on the first season of “La Voz de Mexico”, one of last year’s most-watched programs. EFE