Margarita La Diosa De La Cumbia Tickets
Margarita Vargas Gaviria, is popularly known as Margarita La Diosa De La Cumbia meaning ‘Goddess of Cumbia’, which not only denotes respect and awe for her extraordinary talent but also for her consistent pursuit of improving her music to present the best possible. Though the artist originates from Columbia, she has had an enormous effect on the shores of Mexican music
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Margarita began providing for her family since the age of fourteen, when her father passed away. She started making money by performing at friend’s parties, carnivals, in hotel lobbies and several other singing occasions. Her dedication and hard work finally began to pay off when she was offered to sing jingles for TV commercials, from where on she was approached to sign a recording contract. Within a short while, her music career shot up to being among the best of the best, and the artist has since released twenty-one recordings and albums to date. Margarita La Diosa De La Cumbia tickets are particularly popular among pop-lovers who have a thing for romantic tunes.
The most recent release by Margarita La Diosa De La Cumbia marks her shift into another genre commonly called boleros, with the album titled Finally …Boleros. Since the singer has always written and performed romantic songs, it comes as no surprise that her latest record too reflects her nature as a hopeless romantic even when the sound and texture of her music is so different. This album has been described to be quite a spectacular production that has been released in digital and physical formant, on DVD and CD presentations. It comprises of twelve of her songs, most of which have not been issued before. Its DVD version was recorded live to emphasize the in-the-moment, interactive atmosphere the artist develops with the fans as she sings the heart-warming, overwhelming romantic melodies.
For this new album, Margarita once again took help from producer Colombian Milton Salcedo, who has been her producer for more than a decade. The album includes Damn Lie, Silent Friend, Love You So Much, I Take That, Going to Cry, Always, Do Not Say Anything, Two Letters, Again, Is My Punishment and Too. The album features guest artists Omar Sanchez, Kike Santander, Raul Ornelas, Luis Carlos Monroy, Bruno Danzza, Jaime Flores and others.
Margarita La Diosa De La Cumbia has described the difference between the genres of cumbia and bolero as one of mood; while the former is all cheerful and meant for parties and fun, the latter takes on a mature, more serious tone full of passion and love. The artist had t overcome her fear to experiment with the genre after having played cumbia songs for more than thirty successful years, and it all worked out for the best; even though her hit material is still on high demand in the market, her bolero recording sales have already taken the status of double platinum. But that is not the only reason why she is so happy with her recent album. Bolero as a genre has been slowly dying or slipping under the shades of commercialism, being hardly heard today except in the voices of Juan Gabriel, Rocio Durcal and Estelita Nunez. She now feels it is her responsibility to contribute something to the genre as well, though she will always remain the Goddess of cumbia.
For more than three decades now, Margarita La Diosa De La Cumbia has been the star of every party. In fact she is still sought after for spreading joy and her infectious passion for life and love, through her light music. Margarita’s live performance is a celebrative must-see, so get hold of Margarita La Diosa De La Cumbia tickets and see the beauty of life through her eyes.