Alizzz and other ‘Música al raso’ concerts to get you through the weekend

On Tuesday night, the Wilco concert was tremendous and, waiting for other big names like those of Rufus Wainwright y Cat Power, the cycle of Música al Raso organized by the Zaragoza City Council continues this weekend at a good pace and without lowering the piston. The editor of HERALDO Christian Peribáñez recommends the Alizzz concert, which will take place in the Winter Garden next Sunday, June 26. The singer and producer, who has just collaborated with Zahara, will present the songs from his album ‘Una que hay algo más’, in which he mixes urban rhythms with a bit of trap, rap, R&B… On Sunday in Barcelona, ​​Alizzz ( whose real name is Cristian Quirante) has been on the rise for a year, releasing singles along with national references such as C. Tangana, Amaia Romero or Rigoberta Bandini. In addition, he has also composed songs for Rosalía, Becky G, Aitana or Lola Índigo, among many others.

The artist won the Latin Grammys with three statuettes corresponding to the following categories: Best Pop-Rock Song for ‘Hong Kong’ (C. Tangana and Andrés Calamaro), Best Alternative Song for ‘Nominao’ (C. Tangana and Jorge Drexler) and Best Recording Engineering of an Album for ‘El Madrileño’. Despite his success as a producer,

Despite his success as a producer, Alizzz has not wanted to limit his career to this facet and proof of this is the album that he presents on Sunday, with the Aragonese group Calavera as guests. Alejandro Ortega’s band presented their album ‘Espejismos’ in 2021, which includes a collaboration with Eva Amaral called ‘Ámbar’. The concert will begin at 8:30 pm and tickets, at a modest price of 12 euros, are available on the Ibercaja website.

The cycle of Música al Raso, in the Parque Grande José Antonio Labordeta, still has a performance prior to that of Alizzz, because on Friday, when evening falls, it will play He Killed a Motorized Cop, preceded by the band from the Almost Reptilian land.

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