March 17 is approaching so we can see, hear, cry, and sing along to all the songs of “El Potrillo” with his Hecho en México tour.
With two dates and success (as always) the famous singer and son of El Rey Vicente Fernández, returns to Colombia with his new tour in South America titled “Hecho en Mexico” (Made in Mexico) where he will pay tribute to his father.
For two nights in a row, his fans in Bogota will be able to sing their hearts out, cry and enjoy his songs and the Mexican roots of the singer, and well, we already know that the concerts of this musician are “Tiro fijo” with more than 20 musicians, mariachis, guest artists and many other surprises for these two nights in the Colombian capital.
Now, it is worthwhile to talk a little about him, Alejandro Fernández is a Mexican singer, songwriter, and actor who is one of the most popular and successful Latin American artists of all time. He was born on April 24, 1971, in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, and he is the son of the legendary ranchera singer Vicente Fernández. Alejandro began his music career in the early 1990s, and his style is a fusion of traditional Mexican music genres like mariachi, ranchera, and bolero with modern pop and rock elements. He has released more than 20 albums and has won numerous awards and accolades, including a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Some of Alejandro’s most popular songs include “Me Dediqué a Perderte,” “Si Tú Supieras,” “Qué Voy a Hacer con Mi Amor,” “Mátalas,” “Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti,” and “No Sé Olvidar.” He has collaborated with many famous artists, including Beyoncé, Marc Anthony, and Christina Aguilera.
Alejandro Fernández - Me Dedique A Perderte
Alejandro Fernández - Hoy Tengo Ganas De Ti ft. Christina Aguilera
Alejandro is also known for his live performances, which are characterized by his powerful vocals, charismatic stage presence, and elaborate costumes. He has toured extensively throughout Latin America, the United States, and Europe, and has sold millions of records worldwide. In addition to his music career, Alejandro has also acted in several Mexican telenovelas, as well as in films like “Zapata” and “El Búfalo de la Noche.” He is also involved in various charitable causes, including the fight against child poverty and the promotion of education and cultural heritage.
Overall, Alejandro Fernández is a true icon of Mexican music, and his talent, passion, and dedication to his craft have earned him a loyal following around the world.
Alejandro Fernández - Caballero
Alejandro Fernández is known for his dynamic and passionate live performances, which showcase his powerful vocals and charismatic stage presence. He is a consummate showman who is able to engage and captivate audiences with his energy and passion for music. One of the most striking features of Alejandro’s performances is his vocal range and control. He is able to effortlessly switch between different genres and styles of music, from traditional Mexican ballads to pop and rock, and his voice is always strong and expressive.
In addition to his vocal abilities, Alejandro is also known for his stage presence and performance style. He often wears elaborate and colorful costumes that enhance the visual impact of his shows, and he interacts with his fans in a warm and friendly manner.
Alejandro Fernández - Como Quien Pierde Una Estrella
Another strength of Alejandro’s performance is his ability to connect emotionally with his audience. He often sings songs that deal with themes of love, heartbreak, and longing, and his emotive delivery and stage presence are able to convey the depth of feeling in his music. Overall, Alejandro Fernández is a skilled performer who is able to combine his vocal abilities, stage presence, and emotional depth to create compelling and engaging live shows. His performances are a testament to his dedication and passion for music, and he has earned a loyal following of fans who appreciate his artistry and talent.
Alejandro Fernández - Caballero
If we talk about Alejandro Fernandez and his new tour, we must talk about his father (may he rest in peace) and the great musical contribution he brought to the world. Vicente Fernández was a legendary Mexican singer, actor, and producer who had a significant impact on the music and culture of South America. He is known as the “King of Ranchera Music” and is one of the most iconic and influential figures in the history of Mexican music. One of the most notable impacts of Vicente Fernández in South America is the popularity of his music. His emotive vocals, powerful lyrics, and unique style of Ranchera music have earned him a loyal following of fans throughout the region, who often cites his music as a source of inspiration and comfort.
Vicente Fernández has also played an important role in promoting Mexican culture and heritage in South America. His music often deals with themes related to Mexican history and culture, and his performances and interviews frequently highlight the richness and diversity of Mexican traditions. In addition to his musical contributions, Vicente Fernández has also been a cultural ambassador for Mexico in South America. He has appeared in numerous films and television shows, often portraying characters that embody Mexican cultural values and traditions. This has helped to raise awareness of Mexican culture and identity in South America and has helped to create a greater understanding and appreciation of Mexican heritage.
Overall, the impact of Vicente Fernández in South America has been significant, both in terms of his music and his contributions to Mexican cultural identity. He has earned a devoted following of fans, and his music continues to inspire and influence new generations of artists throughout the region. His contributions to Mexican culture and heritage have helped to create a greater understanding and appreciation of the richness and diversity of Mexican traditions in South America and beyond.
Paloma Querida - Vicente Fernández y Alejandro Fernández
I think it is worth talking about two musical genres that resonate every time Vicente Fernandez and his “Potrillo” Alejandro are mentioned, these are Mariachis and Ranchera music. So let’s start talking a little more about the first one. Mariachi music is a genre of music that originated in Mexico and has become an important cultural symbol and musical tradition not only in Mexico but also throughout South America.
In many South American countries, mariachi music is a popular form of entertainment that is often associated with celebrations, festivals, and cultural events. The upbeat and lively rhythms of mariachi music are well-suited to social gatherings and often inspire dancing and singing.
Mariachi music has also played an important role in the preservation and celebration of Mexican cultural heritage in South America. Many South American countries have large populations of Mexican immigrants or people of Mexican descent, and mariachi music provides a way for them to connect with their cultural roots and celebrate their heritage. Furthermore, the popularity of mariachi music in South America has led to the development of local mariachi bands and musicians who have adapted the traditional style to incorporate local musical influences and styles. This has helped to create a unique and diverse mariachi music scene throughout South America, showcasing the creativity and musical talent of local musicians.
Overall, mariachi music has become an important cultural phenomenon in South America, serving as a symbol of Mexican heritage and identity, as well as a form of entertainment and artistic expression. Its influence has spread beyond Mexico and has become an integral part of the musical landscape of many South American countries.
Alejandro Fernández - Mátalas
The second musical genre that accompanies these great singers and that has influenced Alejandro’s career because of his Mexican roots is the rancheras, these are a popular style of traditional Mexican music that originated in the early 20th century and have since become an important cultural symbol not only in Mexico but also throughout South America.
In many South American countries, rancheras are enjoyed as a form of entertainment and are often played at celebrations, festivals, and cultural events. The songs’ themes often revolve around love, heartbreak, and Mexican culture, and their emotive lyrics and melodies are well-suited to social gatherings and emotional expression. Rancheras have also played an important role in the promotion and preservation of Mexican cultural heritage in South America. Many South American countries have large populations of Mexican immigrants or people of Mexican descent, and rancheras provide a way for them to connect with their cultural roots and celebrate their heritage.
Vicente Fernández - Mujeres Divinas
Furthermore, rancheras have influenced the development of local music styles and have been incorporated into the musical traditions of many South American countries. The songs’ melodies and rhythms have been adapted to suit local musical styles and instruments, creating a unique and diverse musical landscape throughout the region. Rancheras have become an important cultural phenomenon in South America, serving as a symbol of Mexican heritage and identity, as well as a form of entertainment and artistic expression. Their influence has spread beyond Mexico and has become an integral part of the musical heritage of many South American countries, showcasing the creativity and musical talent of local musicians.
Now, we start the countdown for this tour that promises two great shows and concerts in Bogota.