Enrique Bunbury Takes His Fans on a Trip Down Memory Lane During L.A. Concert
"Tonight, we're going to go on a trip that will take us through three decades of music," Enrique Búnbury said during his concert Thursday night at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles.
The Spanish rock star kicked off the USA leg of his Mutaciones Tour, where his die-hard fans, many of them sporting Búnbury T-shirts, hats and other gear, gathered for a night that would take them down memory lane with the former Héroes del Silencio frontman.
Búnbury rocked to a packed house for two hours straight without any breaks, singing his classic hits including "Avalancha," "Lady Blue," "Maldito duende," "Extranjero," "Dos clavos a mis alas," "Mar adentro" and "El camino del exceso."
Búnbury's Mutaciones Tour celebrates the release of his new Unplugged album, El Libro de las Mutaciones, where the rocker collaborates with other music superstars like Zoe's León Lárregui, Carla Morrison, Draco Rosa and Pepe Aguilar.