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Posted by bebereader on Sunday, April 3, 2016
It was so new to him he read the words from his phone and sang it perfectly. Feeling it in his heart, he was breaking down at the end as we all were. Thank you David, you never let us down!
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Posted by djafan on Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Posted by bebereader on Monday, February 22, 2016
We are pleased to learn that there are fans who are interested in having a chat night in The Voice Unplugged. Abrra has diligently kept the videos up-to-date from David’s last group of performances. Are you up for it? If so, join us for:
Where: The Voice Unplugged
Date: Friday, February 26, 2016
Time: 10:00pm Eastern
Bring your favorite comfy, cozy sofas, chairs, recliners and fluffy pillows. And don’t forget your snack of choice especially tea, coffee, fruit smoothies, pizza, cookies and chips and dip.
Please note that there will be no VJ host from the studio so requests for videos will not be taken.
We hope to see you on Friday night.
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Posted by bebereader on Thursday, December 31, 2015
As we prepare to ring in 2016, one can’t help but reflect on the past year. As a forever fan of the most amazing singer in the world, of course I am overjoyed for David’s accomplishments but the icing on the cake for me is that David himself made the decision that he wants to do music, wants to continue doing music and announced it to his fans at recent shows. I never had a doubt that he would do anything else but share his velvety voice with us, but to hear him say it aloud meant everything and more.
Personally, I would love to see another New Year’s Eve performance on TV such as this one from 2010, where David performed a few songs on Fox’ New Year’s Eve Live from Vegas! Even if it’s not on New Year’s Eve, any TV performance will do. Exposure, exposure, exposure!
Have a safe and happy New Year’s!
Here’s hoping that all of your wishes are fulfilled this year!
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Posted by bebereader on Sunday, December 20, 2015
I’m so glad that I was able to witness David through his ‘growing’ years. The time when he was hanging onto the mic stand for dear life in his baggy pants and T-shirts. Oh, and the scarves.
Then he became like a spring, bouncing around the stage carrying the mic with him, killing us with flirty eyebrows, and wearing better fitting jeans and different kinds of shirts (there was that awesome pink shirt and still the scarves) and had the amazing hair styles.
But now, I’m perfectly content with who David is. What he has become. Still the handsome, humorous and witty David that we’ve been watching since 2007, but a man who is comfortable with who he is. A man who isn’t afraid to tell the world what he’s thinking and how he got to the point he is at now. A performer who has developed more fashion sense in the clothes he wears on stage (we’ve still seen some scarves ) and yet isn’t afraid to wear the most wrinkled shirt in the closet around town, if that’s the mood he’s in.
I do miss the amazing hair, but I also don’t mind the toned down look — he wears it well. With the head of hair he owns… wow! I love when he uses the flirty eyebrows and points those long fingers, and dances little snippets of fancy footwork here and there. No bouncing around, but some seriously great stage presence (he owns it).
I’m just happy to be a fan of the most beautiful and versatile Voice on the planet. And, of the most beautiful, inside and out, honest man that owns that Voice. The Voice that is definitely a gift and a treasure. The Voice that David uses to make others happy and peaceful.
You bet, I’m a fan forever! ♥♥
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Posted by djafan on Wednesday, October 14, 2015
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Nathan Pacheco is an American-Brazilian classically trained tenor born in Virginia with a passion for reaching out and uplifting people through music. In addition to being a television and recording artist, Nathan completed his debut solo tour in 2013. He has been featured globally in live performances, including touring the United States, Canada, and Mexico with Yanni; performing with Latin singing sensation Olga Tañon; touring England, Scotland, and Wales with Katherine Jenkins and the National Symphony Orchestra; performing for Prince Charles in conjunction with the British Forces Foundation and the USO; and performing with the San Diego Symphony. In 2012, PBS aired the special “Introducing Nathan Pacheco” and “Christmas with Nathan Pacheco”. He has been featured on multiple Yanni recordings, including the latest album Inspirato, where Nathan was featured alongside Plácido Domingo, Renée Fleming, and other opera stars.
Nathan’s debut album was released in 2012 by Disney Pearl. Shortly after release, it registered as one of the top ordered classical/crossover discs on iTunes and Amazon. His second album Nathan Pacheco II was released earlier this year.
Tuve el gran gusto de hablar por teléfono con Nathan Pacheco, quien se presenta este viernes 16 de octubre en el Adrianne Arsht Center de Miami en un concierto que representa para él un gran paso en su carrera.
“Este concierto probablemente va a ser el más grande que he hecho en mi vida, estoy empezando una nueva etapa de mi carrera y en este concierto estoy cantando muchas canciones nuevas que será la primera vez que son cantadas”, me dijo el tenor, quien hizo su debut mundial en el 2012, durante un especial presentado por la cadena pública PBS, y ha colaborado con artistas como Yanni.
“Son arreglos nuevos de un compositor y productor increíble y voy a cantar con una orquesta grande, así como con mi banda principal de músicos y vamos a tener un coro, así como las luces… estamos planificando todo para que sea un concierto enorme”.
I had the great pleasure of talking on the phone with Nathan Pacheco, who is going to perform this Friday October 16 in the Miami’s Adrianne Arsht Center, in a concert that represents an important leap forward in his career.
“This concert is probably going to be the largest I have done in my life, I’m starting a new stage in my career and in this concert I’m singing many new songs for the very first time”, the tenor, who made his world debut in 2012, during an special program presented by public network PBS, and who has worked with artists like Yanni.
“There are new arrangements from an incredible composer and producer, and I’m going to sing with a big orchestra, as well as with my main music band, and also we are going to have a choir… We are planning everything so it’s going to be a huge concert.”
Nathan, quien nació en los Estados Unidos y tiene raíces brasileñas, no sólo posee el gran don de comunicarse universalmente con su música, sino que habla y compone en cuatro idiomas distintos, entre ellos el español, en el cual fue nuestra conversación.
“Me encantan las culturas y una de las razones por las que me gusta aprender otros idiomas es porque puedo sentirme conectado con gente de cada cultura, y ésta es la razón por la que me encanta cantar, porque como sabemos la música no tiene fronteras y a través de la música podemos sentirnos conectados”, me cuenta.
Nathan, who was born in the United States and is of Brazilian descent, not only has the great gift of being able to communicate universally with his music, but he speaks and composes in four different languages, among them Spanish, in which we had our conversation.
“I love different cultures and one of the reasons why I like to learn different languages is because I can feel connected with people of each culture, nd this is the reason why I love to sing, because a we know, music has no borders, and through the music we can feel connected”.
Mi principal duda era ¿por qué escoger Miami para un concierto tan importante cuando no se trata precisamente de un género latino? A lo cual me respondió lo siguiente:
“Yo creo que Miami es la puerta para todo el mundo. Hay tanta gente de culturas diferentes en Miami y queremos lanzar una gira mundial y creemos que Miami es la ciudad perfecta para hacer eso”, me contestó.
“Estoy más que emocionado por este concierto porque va a a ser algo muy especial para mí en donde puedo cantar canciones en español, portugués, italiano, inglés y vamos a grabar todo y quizás poner en la televisión en el futuro”.
Y vaya, aunque yo no sé si podré asistir, pues mi vida por el momento está complicadísima entre el trabajo y mi familia, si estás en Miami y puedes darte una escapada al Adrianne Arsht Center creo que no te va a decepcionar, nada más ve los videos que aquí te dejo .
Y si quieres comprar las entradas, haz click aquí.
My main question was why choosing Miami for such an important concert when it is not precisely for a Latin genre? And he answered me the following:
“I think that Miami is the gateway to the world. There are so many people from many different cultures and we want to launch a World Tour, so we think Miami is the perfect city tho do this,” he told me.
“I am more than excited for this concert, because it is going to be something very special for me, in which I can sing in Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and English, and we are going to tape everything, and maybe broadcast it some day”.
And well, even though I don’t know if I’m going to be able to go, since my life at this moment is beyond complicated between family and work, if you are in Miami and you can escape to the Adrianne Arsht Center, I’m sure you won’t be disappointed.
And if you want to buy tickets, click here.
ADRIANNE ARSHT CENTER
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