Seville, Jun 25 (EFE) .- The singer Antonio Mellado, better known as Zenet, has started his ‘Zenetianos’ tour tonight in Seville, which will take him through a dozen Spanish stages with a duet format similar to that of the album that gives name to his concerts.
After the worst of the pandemic, the one in Seville has been “the first concert of Zenetians properly speaking”, as defined by the singer himself, within the line that has been marked of “concerts with invited artists to spend an unforgettable night.”
In the case of Seville, on the stage of the Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art, alongside him have been “artists well known and loved by the public”, such as Astola y Ratón, Antílopez or Maui de Utrera.
The concept of Zenetianos, as the singer from Malaga recalls, involves “stripping the song and interpreting it together”, in an idea in which Javier Ruibal, El Kanka, Rozalén, Coque Maya, Pasión Vega, Miguel Poveda or Vanesa Martín collaborate, among others.
After the opening of the tour in Seville, on July 2 it will be in Aínsa (Huesca), on July 17 in San Fernando (Cádiz), on July 23 in Alhaurín de la Torre (Málaga), on July 27 in Jazz Palacio Real from Madrid, on August 1 in La Adrada (Ávila), on August 6 in Toro (Zamora) and on August 14 in Valencia, at the expense of the dates that will close in the coming weeks.