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The music world tries to reactivate after a year of COVID-19

by Ajay S. Ideas and Examples to Get Attention

After a complete year of pausing everything thanks to COVID-19, the world is slowly trying to recover, but even this recovery can be slowed down in a heartbeat. A new strain threatens the world with new lockdowns and beaten industries are struggling to remain strong and show resilience. However, after an entire year, we all have to wonder… Is there any way to recover from this?

Well, all we can see is that industries are trying, and one of those is the music world! For example, this upcoming event in Madrid offers 5 days of live music that I bet everyone really needs. So, let’s present their schedule:

According to an article written by Francisco D’Agostino, the first week of June, the central EDP Gran Vía Theater in Madrid will host concerts by Carmen Boza (June 2), Mr. Kilombo (June 3 and 4), El Jose (June 4) and Second (5 and 6 June), five days of live music promoted by the booking and management agency EO! Música. Tickets for all the events are already on sale at tickets.groupsmedia.com.

Carmen Boza - June 2 8.30pm - Tickets

Carmen Boza is a singer, guitarist, composer and producer of all her songs. Her staging stands out for the claw and personality with which she interprets the entire repertoire of guitar riffs and catchy melodies that accompany dark and introspective texts. After saying goodbye to the tour where she walked the songs from her last published album (La Caja Negra, 2018), the woman from Cádiz returned to the stage before the pandemic with the Carmen Boza tour where, with an intimate format, she recovered the themes of her career searching a new sound. She now returns in band format to Madrid on June 2 (8:30 p.m.) where she will surely add to her repertoire the last song of her published by her, La Grieta.

Mr. Kilombo - June 3 8.30pm - June 4 10pm - Tickets

At the head of Mr. Kilombo is Miki Ramírez from Madrid, who performs with his entire band, offers a musical cocktail where timba, samba, reggae, ska and rock are mixed. Mr. Kilombo stands out for his energetic and interactive staging, backed by songs with carefully cared lyrics and subtlety, turned into catchy melodies, with forceful refrains. A hallmark that is reflected in Cortocircuitos, his latest and fifth studio album that has songs such as Cabecita loca, Por su camino (with the collaboration of Macaco) or Everything changes are shelled. And you can live in the first person twice on June 3 (8.30pm) and June 4 (10pm) in Madrid.

El Jose - June 4 7:00 p.m. - Tickets

El Jose is a musical project that was born in the emblematic Albayzín neighborhood of Granada. The band signs songs of various styles that maintain the original roots of the formation and captivates with their lyrics and their way of performing in front of the public. Poetic and diverse rhythmic, eclectic sounds and bohemian essence flow in a natural and versatile way, generating where El Jose appears a party atmosphere, laughter and emotions of all kinds. On June 4 (7:00 p.m.) in Madrid you will be able to live the experience of his live show in an afternoon session where, in addition to the songs from his two studio albums, At home that there is no government, the bread goes by pinches tierno (2016) and Yo sin tú (2018), will perform the recently released songs I'm going to invent a path and Let's change.

Second - June 5 8.30pm - June 6 7pm - Tickets

Two years ago, Anillos y Raíces de Second, the eighth of his studio albums, were released. With this work they achieved their greatest successes and took an exponential leap in their careers, heading sales charts on digital platforms, festival posters and filling in more than half of the presentation dates that took them through theaters across the country. Taking advantage of this second anniversary, Murcians have wanted to share with their audience an unpublished and acoustic version of Who thought about that? This is added to the extensive list of Second's hymns, which can be enjoyed live on June 5 (8.30pm) and June 6 (7pm) in Madrid.

This event gathers a lot of talent together and shows a dedication to re-open in a safety way the entertainment world. A group of very talented artists with a long trajectory sounds like a great outcome for this 5-day event.

Now, even though this is taking place in Spain, we can also see an increase of live performances around the world. Some other artists are just adapting to the new normal and working on staying in everyone’s mouth, lie The New York Bank that announced an upcoming virtual concert with several bands.

The musical group The New York Band will have its first virtual concert on March 27 of this year from New York, United States under the slogan "The New York Band, Para El Mundo".

The production, transmission and administration of this concert are under the responsibility of mediaXtreme LLC, a company created by Dominicans, and made up of a great team working from New York, United States, as well as from the Dominican Republic, with more than 15 years in the business streaming, offering productions with cutting edge technology, with the talents of the Dominican diaspora in New York.

Artistic entrepreneurs from different countries, such as: Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, The Canary Islands, Costa Rica, Panama, are working in coordination with the mediaXtreme company, responsible for managing the band, to ensure artistic success for The New York Band, in its new stage.

For this concert, The New York Band also presents new songs and videos that are available from its official channel on YouTube so you can jump there and start listening to this great band with new singles!

Do you have information about any other events carry out in your country? Let us know in the comments!


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