ALEJANDRO FERNÁNDEZ

RELEASES HIS NEW SINGLE “TE OLVIDÉ”

ALEJANDRO FERNÁNDEZ RELEASES HIS NEW SINGLE

“TE OLVIDÉ

THE SECOND RELEASE FROM HIS UPCOMING ALBUM

 THAT IS 100% MARIACHI MUSIC

Miami, FL. – January 17, 2020 – One of the most prolific Latin American singers of our time, Alejandro Fernández, is debuting his latest single, Te Olvidé (I Forgot You), the second release from his highly anticipated new album, which is dedicated solely to mariachi music and further cements his stronghold as one of the greatest musicians of the genre to date.

“Te Olvidé” was composed by Francisco “Chico” Elizalde along with Roberto Álvarez Gómez. Like any classic mariachi ballad, the song tells a story. This time it’s about someone who isn’t easily fooled by the games played by the woman he likes, and once he grows tired of them, he decides to forget her and move on. It’s a song about romantic disappointment but also liberation, about knowing when it’s time to walk away from someone who isn’t good for us.

The video for the song features Alejandro Fernández accompanied by model Alejandra Guilmant, who plays the role of his great love. It was filmed at the Dry Lagoons of Sayula in Jalisco, Guadalajara, which serve as the perfect backdrop to this song that celebrates heartbreak in the way that is unique to a mariachi ballad

“Te Olvidé” arrives on the heels of the success of his first single, Caballero,” which topped the radio charts in Mexico and the US, in addition to landing in the top spot on iTunes in 10 countries. This new single continues to demonstrate this great performer’s mastery of Mexican music, honoring this enchanting genre with his powerful voice and emotional delivery.

Alejandro Fernández has managed to further this legacy of pride for his roots, bringing Mexican music to the world stage and conquering the hearts of audiences around the globe.

Tour Dates

HECHO EN MEXICO

25 Jan                                                   Alamos, Sonora

31 Jan                                                   Leon,  Mexico

1 Feb                                                     Leon,  Mexico

21, 22, 23 Feb                                      Ciudad de México

5 y 6  March                                         Guadalajara

7 March                                               Tepic

12, 13 y 14 March                               Ciudad de México

19 March                                             Morelia

21 March                                             Monterrey

10 y 11 April                                        Texcoco

23 April                                               Aguascalientes

25 April                                               Torreon

30 April                                               Oaxaca

2 May                                                  Acapulco

8 May                                                  Merida

9 May                                                  Cancun

15 May                                                Hermosillo

16 May                                                Hermosillo