Natalia Jiménez will make a stopover in Miami with her “Antología” tour


The Spanish singer Natalia Jiménez will perform in Miami next August as part of her international tour “Antología 20 años Tour”, in which she will review the best of her time at the Fifth Station and her solo career.
The presentation will be at the James Knight Center auditorium on Friday, August 26 and tickets are already on sale, according to a statement released by her representatives.

Recognized by music critics and the public as one of the most complete artists of her generation, Natalia Jiménez celebrates two decades in music, a period in which she has played all the genres that she likes from pop, ballads, banda or the traditional ranchera with an album and a tour called “Antología”.

“I wanted to collect all my work and all my hits on one record, to be able to reverse them and listen to them the way I feel now. Now I am twenty years into my career – I am already 40 years old – and obviously, how I feel about my songs now, after having sung them so many times and having presented them in so many places, is different”.
“Now I also want to listen to them in another way and I want the public to listen to them with me,” she adds.
Antología will include unforgettable hits from her time as the lead singer of La Quinta Estación, the Spanish pop and ballad band that made her known throughout Latin America and the United States.

There will also be the main successes that she has had in her solo career since 2011, with new versions produced by Cheche Alara, as well as two unreleased songs.

The celebration of her 20-year career includes an extensive tour of more than twenty cities in the United States and the main stages of Mexico, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic and other countries on the continent, in addition to her native Spain.

Until now, the definitive tour or the dates of all the concerts have not been announced.

A Grammy and Latin Grammy Award winner, Natalia Jiménez has sold more than 5 million albums worldwide and has recorded duets with the biggest stars in Latin music, including Marc Anthony (Recuérdame), Daddy Yankee (La noche de los two), Juan Gabriel (If you want), Ricky Martin (The best of my life is you) and Banda MS (Forever my love, How good it is to have you and The color of your eyes).

In addition to a dozen collaborations with the most prominent representatives of Mexican music in its various genres, through the albums “México de mi corazón” and “México de mi corazón II”, such as Carlos Rivera, Pedro Fernández, Paquita la del Barrio, Lila Downs, Ana Bárbara, Gerardo Ortiz and Joss Favela, among others.

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