Joaquín Sabina returns with everything: show in Argentina, new song and documentary about his life

At 74, the Spanish singer-songwriter Joaquin Sabina announced a new tour that will bring him back to the country in 2023 as part of your tour for Latin America, “Against all odds”, which will include shows in countries like ArgentinaCosta Rica, Colombia, Chile, Peru and Uruguay, and then will take you to Mexico, the United States and Spain. The dates and places will be announced from November 3, through its website.

“Against the relentless wind of passing years, against the hangover tide of drifting times, Against all odds, Joaquín Sabina, at seventy-four years old, back from everything and when frightened by old and devil, announces his return to the stage to the delight of himself and his audience”announced the press release.

“In this way, Sabina concludes her recent period behind closed doors and reopens, (we insist, Against all odds), the canteen of her live shows, massive rituals, in which she will once again take out the magic of her bowler hat, offering the generous open bar of emotions that their songs provoke live, universal hymns adhered to the genetics of popular culture of several generations”, he adds.

News of the tour broke shortly after the premiere of “Feeling it a lot”a documentary about his life who was in charge of Fernando Leon de Aranoa which was presented in Spain at the San Sebastián International Film Festival. The Images from the documentary were recorded over 13 years and they represent a “portrait without a bowler hat, made just a few centimeters from his skin, which tells without mitigating the intimacy of the artist, his backstage, when he comes down from the stage”.

In addition, in the last few hours he released a song with the same name, performed together with Leiva. Sabina’s team reported that it was Recorded at the Riff Raff studio in Madrid, with Leiva as composer and co-producer together with the “always accurate” Carlos Raya. The base of the theme was developed by Leiva and the piano was taken care of by Leiband’s keyboardist Cesar Pop. Mixed by Raya, “Sintilo mucho” has finally been mastered by the renowned Bob Ludwig.

“Written in tandem with Leiva, faithful companion of his recent musical escapades, Sabina is shown as the old wolf of the sea of ​​sublimated emotions in the form of a song, and makes his own the maritime tradition that says that the captain will be the last person in abandon the ship before the shipwreck”, reads the presentation.

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