The concert on the banks of the famous river lasted more than 5 hours. He sang his hits with three accordion players: Lucas Dangond, Rolando Ochoa and Román López.
Silvestre Dangong sang to his followers for more than five hours, on the banks of the Guatapurí River, in Valledupar. The presentation, broadcast on social networks, took him to the platforms, again, after 9 months on hiatus due to the pandemic.
The concert, describes El Heraldo de Barranquilla, this Sunday 22-N was in two batches. The first next to his current running mate, Lucas Dangond, and the second backed by the notes of Román López, who in 2002 was his first adventure accomplice.
The show culminated with Rolando Ochoa with whom he recorded the album La Novena Batalla.
The songs that have marked his career were heard by the Silvestrismo between 8:20 pm on Saturday 21-N until 1:45 am this Sunday.
Dressed in white and with a bouquet of red roses, the Urumita-born artist appeared on stage singing his most recent, ‘Las locuras mías’, by composer Omar Geles.
“I don’t like feeling like a robot, I need my people, this is hard, I thought it would be easier, but it’s not like that. I hope this pandemic passes soon so that they can be here with me, “said the singer in the middle of the presentation.
Dangond, in this concert, was an accomplice of a Geles brother, Juancho, who proposed to his girlfriend. As the woman’s yes emerged, the singer recalled the song Marry me, recorded with Nicky Jam.
El Heraldo narrates that the presentation ended with R-8 (Rolando Ochoa) with whom Dangond paid a heartfelt tribute to the recently deceased Guajiro composer Romualdo Brito. In homage he sang ‘Los amaneceres del Valle’, a song that Brito gave to Jorge Oñate to make it a classic. Then came La defunta, a song that Silvestre recorded with Ochoa.