Luis Miguel,“El Sol de Mexico” (the Sun of Mexico) as he’s been referred as throughout his 29 years of singing, performed at Central Florida University Arena in Orlando, FL. Although the concert started an hour late and for some it was a long drive but well worth it. As for Jeannette Estevez Adelman, a long time fan, and her mom didn’t mind the almost two hour drive from Tampa.
The spectators on several occasions started clapping as to call Luis Miguel out to start the concert. Finally upon the signal of white smoke and the musicians and vocalists getting into their places on stage the audience rose to an uproar. The intro started and at last Luis Miguel came out singing elegantly dressed in a black suit and later changed into comfortable attire of black slacks and black button down open shirt. His vocal chords were impeccable from the first to last note of every song. He interacted with his fans from the moment he set a foot on stage – talking, greeting and thanking all present from most all angles of the stage. He metered the applauding and screaming, accepted a bouquet of roses from a fan, leaned from the stage for handshakes (security held him from his belt as not to fall off stage) even as far as to a gentleman in second row. At one point he took white roses set as props on stage to hand them out to a few fortunate fans. Holding the last rose as a teaser. He threw a few black t-shirts as well as kicked out to the audience black beach balls with his name on them. The musicians and vocalists were just as lively and outstanding, getting everyone pumped up. (review continues after the ad)
Luis Miguel’s change over from his romantic ballads and singing with mariachis that his followers are accustomed to were replaced obviously with songs from his latest production ‘Labios de Miel’ which he’s currently promoting and added his known hits but with a pop upbeat that made everyone get up on their feet to dance. His setlist consisted of about 30 songs within about a 90 minute performance – ‘No Existen Limites’, ‘Suave’, ‘Como tu Ninguna’, ‘Muchachos de Hoy’, ‘La Incondicional’, upbeat medley of ‘Decídete’, ‘Cuando Calienta el Sol’, ‘Isabel’ putting all to dance, jump and sing. A special mention to Luis Miguel’s duet with Frank Sinatra’s classical ‘Come fly with me’ thanks to todays technology as Frank Sinatra was shown on the screen singing. Luis Miguel especially out shown with his superb interpretation of ‘Palabra de Honor’, his voice was felt throughout the entire arena. After what all thought was his last song, he came back out after about 10 minutes of chants and clapping for his closing number.
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