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Ricardo Arjona Kicks Off Viaje Tour With Two Sold Out Shows In Puerto Rico At The Jose Miguel Agrelot Coliseum
Ricardo Arjona kicked off the U.S. leg of his spectacularly successful VIAJE tour this weekend with two sold out shows at the Jose Miguel Agrelot Coliseum in Puerto Rico. The curtains rise on a bustling train station nearly 70 ft high, which transforms each time Arjona plays another song. For nearly two hours, the acclaimed performer had the audience on its feet, performing nearly two dozen songs including favorites such as El Problema, Dime Que No, Cuando, Historia de Taxi, Señora de las Cuatro Decadas, Apnea, Minutos and closing song, Mujeres.
El Viaje de Ricardo Arjona inicia el 2015 con espectaculares conciertos llenos a capacidad en Panamá, Costa Rica y México. Más de 60 mil personas en conjunto disfrutaron del espectáculo en solo cinco días. Esto se suma al más de medio millón de personas que ya vieron la aclamada puesta en escena en el 2014.
Severe weather on the East coast is proving to be a logistical nightmare for superstar Juan Gabriel’s acclaimed VOLVER tour, prompting the postponement of two performances this weekend. The snow and sleet and road conditions are preventing the safe arrival of the 6 giant trucks and 60 show and production personnel to venues in Washington DC and Uncasville, CT, necessitating the rescheduling of those shows to Thursday March 5 and Saturday October 31, respectively. See below for routing.
Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts Premiere “Way She Moves” And Add Drummer Joey Castillio To The Wildabouts
Fresh off of a killer performance at Sundance’s ASCAP Music Café – read Billboard’s review here – Scott Weiland & The Wildabouts debut their “foot-stomping boogie titled single” (Rolling Stone), “Way She Moves.” The band premieres “Way She Moves” as a new grat track for BLASTER album pre-order. It’s the next single off of the debut EP, which is set for a March 31st release.
With a sold-out show, Juan Gabriel kicks off the 2nd leg of his U.S tour at the U.S. Airways Center in Phoenix, AZ. During his spectacular performance in the evening, where he was joined by over 30 musicians, backup singers and dancers on stage, he performed a phenomenal show of more than two dozen songs that included favorites such as Siempre En Mi Mente, Yo No Naci Para Amar, Querida, Hasta Que Te Conoci, Asi Fue and closing with Por Que Me Haces Llorar. The more than 2 hour set featured Juanga in full form, singing and performing stronger than ever.