When announcing his next concert in honor of mothers next Tuesday, May 10, at a hotel in the capital, Carlos Cuevas remembered his mother, who died a decade ago. “My mother is still something very important, I had mastitis Since I was little, she taught me to bolero and I learned many boleros. Every time I sing I remember her, daily, at all hours. I keep my mother, my children, in my prayers and my family very present. You have to sing to moms, especially to my boss who I love her so much”, confessed who will be accompanied in this recital by Éric Ventura, grandson of the sports commentator Che Fortune.
The romantic interpreter reported that four days after the commemoration of the mothers, “my new album titled Puño y Letra goes on sale, there are 10 songs authored by Carlos Macías that I had the opportunity that he gave me and produced. It’s the best album I’ve ever made in my life, I recommend it to you”.
Regarding the album with songs by Juan Gabriel, he clarified that it will no longer be a release of more than 10 songs, but rather with five melodies: “I have to dedicate more financial resources to it because I want a production of a production level that I am pursuing. I have only recorded two songs by my dear Alberto and when I have five songs ready I will upload them to the music platforms. He’s going to look good on me, father, because he told me to sing his boleros for him. Rocío Dúrcal recorded 20 boleros for her, but I have songs to throw up and choose from”.
He affirmed that he is already preparing a great party to celebrate his 50 years as a singer, “I will do it at the National Auditorium, with my real friends as guests, with whom I have worked all my life, Pancho Céspedes, Coque Muñiz, Edith Márquez, Rocío Banquells, people who truly love me”.