It is a very special year for Alejandro Sanz because celebrating 20 years since his album “MÁS”. On June 24th will be held in Madrid, an unique concert that will offer the chance to relive the songs from the album “MÁS” and more.
The Spanish singer posted a video to share with his fans details about the upcoming show. “I can finally reveal what #MásEsMás is about”, says Sanz in the short clip.
— Alejandro Sanz (@AlejandroSanz) January 19, 2017
“Many years ago I was able to reunite with some of my muses and record 10 very special songs. But before MÁS, many of us already walked together and many joined us after. That connection between us has always existed, between your spirit and mine. After many concerts and albums, here we are. Which is why I want to celebrate this with you, my family. This year we will dream, remember and enjoy during a very special event.”
The concert titled “+ES+” or “MÁS ES MÁS” is expected to be the most spectacular live show of Alejandro Sanz‘s career. Along Alejandro will be present and other national and international stars. Tickets for this concert will be on sale starting February 3, 2017, and will take place in Madrid on Vicente Calderon Stadium. The album “MÁS” was released in the summer of 1997 and had more than 2 million copies sold in Europe. Of the ten songs that made the album, seven were extracted as singles, including “Y Si Fuera Ella?” “Amiga Mía” or “Corazón Partío”.
We recall here the track list of the album “MÁS”:
1. “Y Si Fuera Ella?”
2. “Ese Ultimo Momento”
3. “Corazón Partío”
4. “Siempre Es De Noche”
5. “La Margarita Dijo No”
6. “Hoy Que No Estás”
7. “A Charquito De Estrellas”
8. “Amiga Mía”
9. “Si Hay Dios …”
10. “That Que Me DIST”
Since its debut in 1991, Alejandro Sanz has established itself as one of the most recognized international artists with Latin influences with more than 25 million records sold and 16 albums.
In 1998, Alejandro Sanz performed the “MÁS” recorded at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona on 18 and 19 June 1998.Although initially this concert was recorded only for Spanish television in 1998, it was later released on DVD in 2002.