Billboard announced today the panel “The Rock Star Q & A” with its peers Fher Olvera and Alex Gonzalez of the group Maná, which will take place during the Annual Billboard Latin Music Conference from 23 to 26 April at The Venetian in Las Vegas The 45-minute panel, which will begin at 5pm on Wednesday, April 25, will be immersed in a conversation about social responsibility and philanthropy, highlighting the Selva Negra de Maná Foundation, a nonprofit organization committed to preserving the environment and the environment. community development.
“Maná is an icon,” said Leila Cobo, Executive Director of Latin Content and Billboard Programming. “No other Latin rock band has this level of sales, touring and social impact, they embody art and integrity, and we are delighted to have them with us to discuss their belief in the preservation and conservation of the environment.”
Singer Fher Olvera and drummer Alex Gonzalez de Maná, the influential Mexican rock band from Guadalajara, with 40 million albums sold worldwide, will be presented at an informal talk entitled “The Rock Star Q & A”. With more than three decades of music, Maná continues to excel in the Latino culture. In 2016, it became the number 1 group on the Latin Airplay preference list with its single “De Piez a Cabeza”, a collaboration with Nicky Jam. This was the eleventh song was number 1 of Maná, earning until that moment more positions number 1 of Latin among duos or groups.
Created in 1995, the Selva Negra Ecological Foundation stimulates a central concept of environmental education by changing habits and making sustainable decisions. Maná and the Selva Negra Ecological Foundation believe that the conservation of the environment It is everyone’s responsibility and their projects are focused not only on the preservation of species and the conservation of the environment, but also incorporate social development and promote the progress of people and their communities.