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Miguel Bose: “Penelope Cruz Sings Fabulously”

MADRID – Miguel Bose next week will begin a performing tour of Spain to which he will invite some of the artists who have collaborated with him on his forthcoming album, among whom, to the surprise of everyone, was actress Penelope Cruz.

“Penelope sings fabulously and, above all, she has a lot of personality in her voice and enjoys it a lot, something that you can’t say about everyone,” the artist said Thursday in an interview with Efe before he kicks off his new show tour on Aug. 2 at the Starlite Festival in the resort city of Marbella.

Bose and his team have created an authentic show “factory ... to throw in an enormous quantity of ideas that aren’t on the album, among other things, because here the eyes and the skin also work,” he said.

Thus, Alain Corthout – who was in charge of the staging on the latest tours – wraps up “Mirarte” in a sea of fabric, while a moving and elegant dance of lights is used on “Si tu te vas” and an explosive finale in the “dance” style runs for 12 minutes to close out “Amante bandido.”

“It keeps climbing, keeps climbing and at the end everything winds up in a party,” added Bose, who did not rule out the fact that surprise guests ranging from Alaska to Paulina Rubio might appear onstage.

Also working with the production will be Joaquin Sabina, Juan Luis Guerra, Tiziano Ferro, Dani Martin and Pablo Alboran, among others, in addition to Penelope Cruz, who will sing the unrecorded “Decirnos adios,” written by her brother, Eduardo Cruz. EFE


 

 

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