The international artist Sebastián Vanti is on long tablecloths, as he arrives in Mexico to conquer the public with his unpublished album “Dime si es amor”, in which we can find songs by Juan Carlos Duque, one of the most recognized Chilean composers .
In the material are the songs I feel you breathe, Here and now, He left, With you there will be no loneliness, Crystal girl and four other new songs that were recorded with the characteristic seal of the
This production was mixed by engineer Humberto Gatica, who has worked alongside Michael Jackson, Celine Dion and Michael Bublé.
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But this release does not come alone, since Vanti will premiere his new show Canta conmigo on July 28, a tribute to great voices such as Alejandro Fernández, Luis Miguel, Cristian Castro, José José, Alejandro Sanz, Miguel Bosé, Emmanuel, Mijares, David Bisbal, Ricardo Montaner, among many more. A
mix of pop, boleros, and greatest hits in the Zona Esmeralda, in Atizapán de Zaragoza.
“It is an hour and a half show in which I will take a tour of the hits of the most listened to Hispanic singers in recent decades. They are songs that we all know and that generate so many emotions; So people are going to enjoy from start to finish at the beginning of this tour that will reach other cities in Mexico, as well as the United States”, the singer told TVyNovelas.
Sebastián told us that in addition to the release of his album and the beginning of his tour, he is working on an EP with songs recorded live with the Zinco Big Band of Mexico, recorded in the legendary studio of Vicente Fernández de Sony Music in Mexico City. Come fly with me and I’ve got you under My skin are two songs that you can already find on digital platforms.
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From a Dutch mother and a Chilean father, with a European education and a Latin soul, Sebastián Vanti grew up in Chile until he was 8 years old listening to boleros and classical music on his parents’ vinyl records, but it was Frank Sinatra who marked his musical taste. At the age of 9 and already living in the Netherlands, he discovered I’ve got you under
my skin and from there he fell in love with the crooner style of the American singer, not only his voice and style, but the glamor he represented.