As part of his tour “Un Tour a Todas Partes”, during the weekend, the singer Carlos Rivera offered a concert at the Coliseo Centenario in Torreón, Coahuila, where he surprised his fans by dedicating one of his performances to his maternal grandmother.
The emotional event took place when The Tlaxcalan singer who emerged from the reality show “La Academia” went to the first rows near the stage, where some of his relatives were, and when no one expected him, he began to sing the song “How to Pay You” in front of a womanwhose identity was unknown until a light projector illuminated his face.
It was then that it was discovered that It was his grandmother, a woman originally from La Laguna, the second most populous city in Coahuila.
The emotional scene was recorded through a video that Carlos Rivera himself shared with the nearly 9 million followers on his Instagram account.
“Singing to my grandmother in my mother’s land… I was very moved. Thank you very much, Torreón, ”wrote the 37-year-old interpreter who, during the same presentation, also took time to dedicate the song“ Only you ”to whom he gave life.
“Here is my mother, my warrior, she is from Matamoros, Coahuila, my beautiful grandmother is also here, and I am going to sing this song to you that was not prepared, but I composed it for her 20 years ago,” he emphasized.
The truth is that Carlos Rivera is going through one of the best moments of his artistic career, because in addition to having managed to establish a connection with the Mexican public on stage, On a personal level, he is about to make his debut as the father of a baby that he is expecting next to the television presenter Cynthia Rodríguez. and which they have determined to baptize with the name of León, this in allusion to the character of the musical work with which the singer triumphed in Spain before in Mexico.
From this it may also derive that part of Carlos Rivera’s tour includes Cádiz, Granada, Alicante, Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Marbella, cities that he will visit towards the end of July.
Later, the Tlaxcalan singer will take a month off and in September he will close his show in Mérida and Seville.
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