During an unforgettable reencounter with his Cuban fans, the Argentinean singer songwriter, Fito Páez, once again opened his heart to Havana, a city to which he is eternally grateful to for the affection shown toward him since 1987, when he first discovered the charms of the old town.
Following performances in Havana in 2014 as part of the International Festival of New Latin American Film, Páez recently closed a tour of Latin America at the Karl Marx Theater to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the launch of the “Giros” album, which shot him to stardom.
The sell out June 20 concert included classics from his repertoire, such as "11 y 6", "Taquicardia“, "Cable a tierra“ and "Alguna vez voy a ser libre“.
Cuban singer Pablo Milanés, who Páez thanked for introducing him to Cuba in the late 1980’s, was welcomed onstage by the first chords of "Yo vengo a ofrecer mi corazón“ For more than two hours, Cubans of all ages enjoyed a concert that also included numbers like "Ciudad de pobres“, "Al lado del camino“, "Un vestido y un amor“ and "El amor después del amor.“
Páez also shared the stage at the PM Records recording studio promoted concert with trovador Carlos Varela, flautist José Luis Cortés and singer Diana Fuentes. The mix of Argentinean and Cuban music cultures combined to form a single universal language.
A fusion of rock, pop, tango, jazz and electronic music made Paez’s latest performance in Havana special for fans of all that is good in music.
Shortly before the concert, the winner of several Latin Grammy Awards said that he feels very much at home in Cuba, a place where he is cared for, challenged and protected and to which he will always return Having performed widely in Argentina and Colombia, the singer songwriter chose to once again celebrate the love his Cuban fans feel for his music, together with them in Havana.Share on FB Share on TT