Valencia, Jul 17 (EFE) .- The singer Sole Giménez (Paris, 1963) is in love with gardening, a hobby she inherited from her mother, according to an interview with EFE, in which she confesses that she likes the song of “La Barbacoa” to dance and that he is embarrassed to be asked to sing, even if he has been doing it all his life.
QUESTION: I understand that you love gardening, where does that hobby come from?
ANSWER: From my mother, who has an incredible hand for plants.
Q: Do you have a lot of plants at home?
A: They tell me too many, but I love them.
Q: You are immersed in your “Women of Music” project. What woman or women have marked your life?
A: Apart from those of my family, there have been some teachers, some friends and some singers that I have followed, but in general, the women of my generation have lacked references.
Q: A song that has marked you
A: Only one is difficult … but “Those little things”, by Joan Manuel Serrat, or “Honor life”, by Eladia Blazquez.
Q: Confess that song or artist that you would never recognize that you like
A: “The Barbecue”, by Georgie Dann, to dance.
P: And the one who is afraid of being asked to sing …
A: It doesn’t occur to me, but I am shy when they ask me to sing.
Q: Do you have any hobbies before giving a concert?
A: As long as everything works, no.
Q: If you hadn’t been a singer, what would you have liked to be?
A: Painter, designer, landscaper … something where creativity intervenes.
Q: What do you like to do to disconnect?
A: I like to have my moments of solitude, and of course to see friends, to go out to dinner, to be with my boy or to work in the garden.
Q: If it were lost, where would one have to look for it?
A: The same on a beach in Dénia or between the rice fields of Ubud in Bali, or in the Carlac forest, in the Aran valley … in nature.
Q: Is it more sea or mountain?
A: Everything has its magic.
Q: What book do you have in your hands right now?
A: “Mists over the volcano”, a book that my brother Jose has written, which is really good.
Q: Do you watch TV series? Any that have you hooked?
A: I confess that “The Crown” hooks me, but I really liked “Lady’s Gambit”, for example.