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return of

live music

is more vibrant than ever. "When you lose something, you value it more.

People have realized because of the coronavirus that culture is paramount

. We need to interact outside the home: go to the movies, enjoy live music ... These are elements that seemed banal in our lives and now they have taken on their importance. " This is how singer

Luis Cepeda Fernández


(Orense, August 26, 1989), who opens his tour

With feet on the ground

this May, offering a series of concerts in theaters in

Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Marbella, Murcia and Alicante




was designed to be offered in a more intimate way, in small rooms, due to the content and rhythm of the songs on his new album, but in this slow flight towards the light at the end of the tunnel, the capacity remains reduced, the distances they are maintained and the public has to remain seated and with a mask. "It will never be the

same as jumping upright, but I am super lucky

to be able to offer a concert right now," he explains on the Óscar terrace of the Room Mate Hotel in Madrid.

The artist who emerged from the

Operación Triunfo

talent show

believes that the public yearns to once again feel the magic of having the musician close by, making their skin crawl.

He still remembers the more than 40 concerts with numerous

sold out

and that it was

Ticket of the Year

to the best national event 2019 awarded by Tickemaster.

He would love to repeat the feat now that he has been able to digest his time through the program well thanks to the confinement.

He thinks that television has brought him many professional joys despite having exposed him too much

through history with his partner Aitana.

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