Latin Pop Star Maria José returns

Latin Pop Star Maria José returns

Maria José is  set to perform at San Francisco’s Pride festival & ‘Reventón Super Estrella’ at Staples Center in Los Angeles

Vesper Public Relations. Los Angeles Tuesday, June 22, 2010. Maria José continues consolidating her solo career after a successful run with Mexican Pop group Kabah. In this new stage of her professional life, the songstress has demonstrated her talent as a true artist whose songs have won the hearts of audiences worldwide.

This summer, Maria José is set to perform on Sunday, June 27, at Pride festival in San Francisco and at the high profile ‘Reventón Super Estrella’ festival on Saturday, July 24, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

Her album, “Amante de lo Ajeno”, has garnered great success for the music artist in her native Mexico, where it has remained in the Top 15 of the most important music charts in the country (Amprofon.) (Mix up), with sales exceeding 130,000 units to date.

The latest single, “Adelante Corazón”, is enjoying great acceptance among listeners, holding among the Top 15 in national radio charts in Mexico; in the United States, it is one of the most popular songs in major cities like Los Angeles, Dallas, San Diego, McAllen, and El Paso among others.

In addition to her scheduled performances in Los Angeles and San Francisco, Maria José continues her concert performances in Mexico. During the month of August, the singer will take a brief pause to travel to Italy and start recording her highly awaited new album.

To date, Maria José has performed at many memorable Sold Out concerts, sharing the stage with her friend, the renowned singer Edith Marquez (formerly of legendary Mexican Pop group Timbiriche), at prestigious venues such as Mexico City’s Auditorio Nacional (two nights) and the Telmex Theatre in Guadalajara, Jalisco.

“Amante De Lo Ajeno” the álbum…

Recorded in Riolo Terme, Italy under the production and direction of Loris Ceroni, the album features the following great hits made famous by these amazing interpreters: “Adelante Corazón” (Daniela Romo), “Y Aquí Estoy” (Ana Gabriel), ”Frente a Frente” (Jeannette), “Acaríciame” (María Conchita Alonso), “No Me Pregunten Por El ” (Cristal), “Cosas del Amor” with Edith Márquez (Ana Gabriel and Vicky Carr), “Sola No” (Fiordalisso), “En Mi Soledad” (Arianna), “Mi Amor Amor” (Lucía Méndez), “Ese Hombre No Se Toca” (Rocío Banquells), “Herida de Muerte” (Manoela Torres), and “No Soy Una Señora” (Melissa).


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