Miguel Bosé surrendered to his audience in Ecuador
Spanish singer Miguel Bosé offered two shows in Ecuador, where he revived his greatest hits as part of his tour Papitwo, after a 35 year career.
In each song, Bosé aroused memories and feelings on his public, both young and adult, who sang intensely each of his biggest hits.
“These 35 years I must thank to the most loyal fans, each and every one of you,” said Bose.
Along with eight extraordinary musicians on stage, Bosé performed energy dancing songs like “Don Diablo”, “Duende”, among others, while his followers chanted with him. Similarly, this romantic interpreter knew how to put the sober nuance to the evening with ballads like “Olvídame tú”, which caused a rain of red roses on stage.
“Creo en ti”, “Amiga”, “Linda”, “Morir de amor”, “Gulliver” and “Bambú” were the following hits in the evening in which he showed that in spite of his 56 years old, Miguel Bosé still has an eternal vitality.
“Something that men must exercise is the muscle of solidarity,” said the Spanish artist prior to the presentation of Ecuadorian singer-sonwriter Juan Fernando Velasco, with whom he sang a duet “Nada particular.”
Bose finished the night with his successes “Morena Mia”, “Como un lobo”, “Bandido”, “Si tu no vuelves” and “Te amaré”.