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On April 17th 2010, the event BEIJING FOR THE PLANET will bring together on the same stage great artists such as David Bisbal, Lady GaGa, JIMMY PAGE, AEROSMITH, BLACK EYED PEAS AND 50 CENT. The event will be broadcast on television and online media to an estimated audience of 2,000 million people.
It is confirmed that David Bisbal, the most international Spanish artist of the moment, will participate in the mega-concert for peace along with other great artists around the world such as Lady Gaga or Jimmy Page. This week the International ” Show of Peace ” was presented by the organizers at a press conference in Beijing city. This great musical event will pay tribute to peace all over the planet and will also celebrate the 40th anniversary since the United Nations have declared the Earth Day. This spectacular show for Peace ” will take place at the Olympic Stadium ” Bird’s Nest ” in Beijing on April 17th and will bring together on the same stage world renowned artists such as Aerosmith, Black Eyed Peas and 50 Cent, among others. All information will be updated through the official website http://www.showofpeace.com
Rick Carson, chief executive officer said in Beijing that he had spent years trying to complete this project, which has been provided institutional support by the government of the PRC and by international figures such as the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, and Former U.S. President Bill Clinton. “The power of music can be the engine to bring peace in the world,” said Carson, who began his search for peace in 2000 when he had the opportunity to work with Pope John Paul II. A decade later , Carson’s dream will take shape on April 17th 2010, at a date which will be soon part of the history of peace on Earth.
TVE viewers have chosen for the fifth consecutive year, “The album of the year” on this occasion was the last album of David Bisbal, Sin Mirar Atras, “Without looking back”. Do not miss the “energetic” performance at the gala Almeria and the time at which collects his award from Anne Igartiburu.
Includes DVD with exclusive unpublished documents and video clips.
Extraordinary book about the global phenomenon David Bisbal, where he reviews his personal and artistic life, with unseen footage. The DVD includes video clips, Esclavo de sus besos /’Slave of her kisses’ and Mi Princesa / ‘My Princess’ and making off of them, a travel documentary Road to Santiago made by David Bisbal, concert recordings of Cibeles and presentation Album of 20 October. Also included is a section on how he recorded the album ” Sin mirar atras” / ‘No looking back’, an interview with the artist and a gallery of unpublished photos. In summary, exclusive material for all who enjoy the music of David Bisbal.
Latin Latin Grammys Honors Juan Gabriel November 05, 2009 – Latin By Leila Cobo, L.A.
Juan Gabriel, the fabled composer and showman extraordinaire, was feted as the Latin Academy’s 2009 Person of the year in an evening that culminated with him singing accompanied by his mariachi band for nearly an hour, often standing on tables and chairs in the middle of the audience. The jubilant Juan Gabriel gave heartfelt speeches, received $50,000 from Henessy for his children’s charity, Semjase, toasted the audience and even sank to his knees before Italian diva Laura Pausini. “Laura, you are my idol,” he cooed after Pausini performed. The Person of the Year dinner took place at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas, with an opening speech by Enrique Iglesias. It was followed by performances from David Bisbal, Luis Fonsi, Pausini, India and Franco De Vita, among other artists. It was an evening of musical highs and lows, with some puzzling performances playing alongside wonderful ones from the likes of Pausini, India, Natalia of Spanish group La Quinta Estación and David Bisbal, who, following his performance, walked from the stage to Juan Gabriel’s table to thank him for “your many words of advice.”
HALF a million people dressed in the Olympic colours gathered in Madrid on Sunday carrying balloons and displaying banners, stickers and T-shirts. Chanting, “we deserve it,” the massive crowds in the Plaza de Cibeles clamoured for their city to host the 2016 games. Tourists, entire families, and fans of singer David Bisbal who had travelled to the capital for his concert were present. They created a human mosaic in the shape of the Olympic hand, which was joined by Bisbal himself at the centre. He then sang live at 20.30hrs, more than nine hours after the first Olympic campaigners had started to gather on the roundabout around the fountain and statue of the Greek goddess. The meeting was organised by 900 people, mostly over the internet. A helicopter flew over the Plaza and took photos of the massive mosaic. Now, people from Madrid – and, in fact, from all over Spain – are waiting with bated breath for the decision to be made by the Olympic committee in four days’ time.