THE NEW JOURNAL, MARBELLA.- The singer , Juan Luis Guerr, who hung the sign “sold out”, made last night that the jam-packed auditorium of Starlite, came out with levels uncontrolled of bilirubin in the quarry of marbella, that has not stopped dancing and chanting the letters of the King of the Merengue, which was the sixth night of Starlite 2017.
The dominican republic presented his latest album, “Everything has its time” and reviewed the major themes of his repertoire before a dedicated audience, who was the nephew of the king of Spain, Felipe Juan Froilán de Marichalar and his girlfriend, Luis Ortiz, and Gunilla Von Bismarck.
“Starlite is a wonderful place, with acoustics that are also wonderful. A blessing,” said Juan Luis Guerra, moments before jumping with his band 4.40 to the stage.
Starlite welcomed the dominican republic on a very special evening, where it got to the public in the pocket as soon as heard the first chords of their chained “Cookies & Cream”, to continue with “The journey”.
“That is the first but not the last time in Starlite,” wanted War before a dedicated audience who did not cease to joke all the time and search for their complicity. So, even, asked for the collaboration of the public gathered to make a mannequin challenge, only time that the audience stopped dancing.
And the public of Starlite came to the top when the multi-award winning singer-songwriter played his “I Wish that it rains coffee”, an issue that jumped to the stardom world.
“He who loves his wife, loves himself”, said the singer, to interpret the act followed “My blessing”, a theme dedicated to his wife.
Juan Luis Guerra, displaying an elegance and finesse are exquisite throughout the show, reviewed songs such as “The key of my heart”, “I”, “To ask for your hand,” “For you”, without forgetting about their topics as well-known as “Cost of living”, “Visa for a dream” or “bilirubin”.