Bobby Pulido is one of the most prolific artists in Tejano music and the 47-year-old singer and actor will celebrate the 25th anniversary of his music career during a live virtual concert from Mexico City on Friday, Oct. 30.
Pulido spoke about the event with Fierro HD morning hosts Bo Leo and Jonny Ramirez on Wednesday sharing details about how fans can pick the songs for him to perform, including English and cover songs. Fans can vote at Pulido’s official Facebook page.
The concert will be Pulido’s return to the stage with his full band for the first time since before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and he’s excited that musicians are slowly returning to do what they love…performing.
The “Desvelado” singer also spoke about his memories of performing on stage solo for the first time 25 years ago, his Tejano roots, his acting career, and much more.
Pulido will also debut his new song “Llórame” during the performance that will take place in a studio from the capital of Mexico. In addition to watching the concert, fans can connect via ZOOM to interact during the event.
The live virtual concert takes place on Friday, Oct. 30, via eConcerts streaming platform at 10 p.m. CT. Tickets for this pay-per-view event can be purchased at eConcerts.tv.
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