With a strong charge of energy and talent, rhythm with a techno, pop, and electronic sound, the Mexican singer Fey offered a memorable concert on Sunday, January 7th, that was enjoyed by thousands of people who gathered in the main square of Mérida; the state capital of Yucatan celebrates 482 years since its foundation this year 2024.
Although the concert was delayed from the announced time, 8:00 pm, attendees could enjoy, and sing together, the greatest hits of the artist who left her mark with her style since the mid-90s.
Possessing a magnetic personality, captivating charm, and exuding joy and emotion, the performer, who is celebrating 30 years of musical career, soon caught the spirit of those present.
The concert stage was installed at the intersection of 60th and 63rd streets, on the latter the bulk of the spaces available for the public were placed, and several places in the southeast corner of the Main Plaza.
The dance group took the stage and the concert began with the song “The Night Moves” Fey was present. She wore a black ensemble with a long blouse and tights, the first of several changes throughout the evening.
“Thank you for joining me, it is great to be together again, we are going to have a great time,” the star anticipated shouting “Mérida moves.”
Throughout the concert, the audience chanted each and every one of the songs that made her famous throughout her decades of successful career.
“Frío”, “Barco a Venus”, “Gatos en el Balcón” with dedication to his daughter Isabela located among the audience at the momment, were the first songs of the concert. Fey continued with “I fall in love with you”, “I breathe my destiny”, “Liquid sky”, “Popocatepetl”, and “Media Naranja”.
Who is Fey?
María Fernanda Blázquez Gil, 50 years old, known artistically as Fey, is a Mexican pop and electronic music singer. After being a backing vocalist for a group and being rejected by record labels, she released “Ella”, Fey’s debut album in 1995.
Since the release of this album, the singer acquired vast international fame that was reflected in subsequent albums such as Tierna la Noche (1996), singles presented as Muévelo and Azúcar Bitter, and the album El color de los Suenos (1998).
Her career took a resounding change when Fey released his fourth album, Vértigo (2002). In 2009, she presented the album Dulce Tentación (Sweet Temptation) with which he successfully re-entered the Mexican music charts despite the fact that its distribution fell to an independent record company. That same year she founded her own record company Elephant Music.
She set a record in the National Auditorium of Mexico City, filling it 12 times in 1997 (of which 11 were consecutive) and 5 in 1999, for which she received a special mention for being the first female soloist with full houses at Auditorio Nacional, with an average of 10,000 people at each presentation for their Tender Night Tour.
Fey has sold 40 million records, making her one of the biggest record sellers in Mexico.
In 1998, Billboard magazine awarded her in the category of “the best Latin artist.”
San Miguel Times