Vega, the talented singer-songwriter from Spain, is in the midst of promoting her debut album Wolverines and performed an intimate concert on Friday, March 21 at Club Los Globos in Los Angeles.
Originally from Cordova, Spain, Vega has been gaining notoriety with her unique brand of music, through which she demonstrates her enormous talent both as a composer and musician.
Her brand of alternative pop is captivating, and capable of touching the lives of anyone who listens to her music or sees her perform.
This performance at Los Globos was no exception. Her acoustic show was mesmerizing. Although her performance began a bit late, around midnight, it was well worth the wait.
Sponsored by Musica Roots and Criteria Entertainment, the evening was full of music and a great atmosphere. Gustavo Galindo and Karolys, two very talented Latin musicians, opened the show – and by the sound of their music, we’ll be hearing a lot more of them very soon.
Vega was very humble and had a great disposition. She performed tunes from her new album, such as her first single “Wolverine” and “Febrero y Treinta y Tantos.”
Vega is characterized not only by her songwriting, but also her skill at several instruments, so throughout the show, you could see her moving back and forth on stage, depending on the song she was playing.
This new album is very profound and diverse in every sense of the word. It’s produced by Vega and Sebastian Krys, and was recorded in several studios like La Casa in Hollywood, The Big Top and East/West Studios. The album features 11 songs, two of which are collaborations with famed artists. “Wolverines” is a collaboration with legendary Spanish singer Rafael, and “El Funeral” is a collaboration with Arturo Sandoval.
Watch out for this lovely lady, as she’s already been nominated for a Latin Grammy, and is on track to a very successful career.