Alejandra Guzman – 2014 Concert Schedule
If you love Latin music and rock and roll, then you're going to
love Alejandra Guzman. This Mexican superstar has long dominated the Latin rock scene, and she has sold millions of albums
around the world. With dozens of songs charting in the Top 10, it's no surprise why this iconic performer has remained so
popular over the years. Alejandra Guzman is now underway on another exciting concert tour, and fans will get to see her perform
at venues from the likes of Laredo Energy Arena, the Axis Powered by Monster at Planet Hollywood, San Antonio's Tobin Center
for the Performing Arts, and more. Alejandra Guzman is known to keep the crowd up and dancing all night, and you don't want
to miss out when she heads to a venue near your city. So what are you waiting for? To experience all of the fun and excitement
of an Alejandra Guzman concert, be sure to beat the crowds by getting your tickets at StubHub first, and get ready to enjoy
About Alejandra Guzman
Alejandra Guzman has enjoyed a multifaceted career as an actress, musician,
and singer-songwriter, and she has sold more than 10 million records worldwide with 30 songs that have charted in the Top
10. Known as the "La Reina del Rock," this incredible musical artist released her debut studio album in 1988. The album, titled
"Bye Mama," marked the start of Alejandra Guzman's prolific career in music.
By 1991, Alejandra Guzman was poised to
become the next-big-thing in Mexico's rock scene, and she did just that with her fourth studio album, "Flor de Papel." The
album was considered to be one of the most significant rock/pop albums by a woman in Mexico, and it scored Guzman a nomination
for a Grammy Award in the category of Best Latin Pop Album. "Flor de Papel" set the stage for other performers who followed
in Guzman's wake, and she soon was considered to be one of the leading artists in her genre.
After establishing herself
as one of the most prominent female musicians in Mexico, Alejandra Guzman continued to release a steady stream of successful
albums in the years that followed, including "Libre" in 1993, "Enorme" in 1994, "…De Piel Negra" in 1996, "Cambio de
Piel" in 1996, "Algo Natural" in 1999, and many more. In addition to her countless studio albums, Alejandra Guzman also received
a number of awards and accolades, including a Latin Grammy Award in 2002 in the category of Best Rock Solo Album, an ASCAP
Latin Award for Pop Ballad, and many more. With an expansive career that has taken her talents from music and film, her nickname
of "La Reina del Rock" is certainly well deserved.
Alejandra Guzman's Breakthrough Album
iconic career in music began in 1988, with the release of her debut studio album, "Bye Mama," which contained tracks like
"La Plaga," "Pablo," and "Luz De Luna." With a number of popular songs on the album, Alejandra Guzman was shaping up to be
one of the biggest stars in Latin music. She later solidified her place in Latin music history with her breakthrough record,
"Flor de Papel," which proved her prowess as a performer. The album earned Guzman an Eres Award in the category of Album of
the Year, and she also received a Grammy nomination for Best Latin Pop Album. Throughout the rest of her incredible career,
Alejandra Guzman had shared the stage with acts from the likes of the Rolling Stones and James Brown, and she also focused
her efforts on a number of charitable programs, like the "Your Rock is to Vote" campaign, Aids Health Foundation, the CIE
Foundation, and the Mexican Aid Associations for Children with Cancer.
Alejandra Guzman Trivia
the song "Bye Mama" based on?
It is said that Alejandra Guzman's popular song "Bye Mama" is partially based on her own
life growing up as the daughter of Mexican actress Silvia Pinal.
If you're looking for
a concert experience where you can listen to some danceable rock tunes, then a trip to see Alejandra Guzman is the perfect
concert for you. For decades, this legendary performer has dazzled audiences far and wide with her Latin rock tunes, and now
she is underway on another concert tour. As songs like "Bye Mama," "Éxitos," and "Mi Peor Error," fill the venue, you
will be reminded of what drew you to her music in the first place. Alejandra Guzman is one of Mexico's most captivating and
engaging musicians, and it's not every day you get to see a performer of such caliber. Whether you're looking for a fun night
of dancing or you just enjoy good live music, any concert goer is sure to be blown away by Alejandra Guzman. Be sure to check
out her next concert when she visits a venue near your area.