Samantha Hudson lands at La Riviera in Madrid with ‘AOVE Black Label’: “With this tour I feel more in the role of a musical artist”

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Samantha Hudson is more than ready to resume the tour EVOO Black Label where he left it. After performing in Seville and Granada last October and winning an MTV EMAs for Best Spanish Artist at the beginning of November‚ÄĒabove names like Lola √ćndigo, Quevedo, Abraham Mateo and √Ālvaro de Luna‚ÄĒ, The singer returns to the stage today.

He will do it in the emblematic La Riviera room in Madrid, with capacity for 2,000 people, to show us a new show, with which has made a leap in quality, both in technical and musical production, compared to its past shows. This is what he told us during his visit to the WECB studios, where he chatted for a while with this house about his music, the mainstream, his tour and much more.

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In three words, Samantha defines her tour as “Electronic cathartic liturgy.” And he explained that “it is perhaps the most professional project I have ever faced. There is a concept behind it; there were many meetings; I have had two choreographers, who are Est√≠baliz Mardones and Cristian Gonz√°lez; a collective from Barcelona called Oscila, which did the lighting design. Then, Parafeno, who is a 3D artist, who made the cover of the vinyl that I just released and the visuals as well. So, It is a concert, but also a quite accomplished and well-worked show. You always have to go upgrade, level up“.

Likewise, with this series of concerts he feels much more like a musical artist than a performance artist. As for the musical factor, he feels that his previous works “had a bit of a relationship with variet√©s and with that theater of the grotesque… And now I am a concert artist.”

Regarding doing shows in small venues, she states that she is “comfortable in this situation”, although she does not rule out – if it were to happen one day – being able to perform in larger venues. “I feel that all these rooms, with these capacities (with 2,000 people, which is said soon), still retain that closeness, that proximity. It gives me the feeling that you see the artist better, right? AlsoThere is at least a lot of detail in the show, in the choreography, which is a contemporary dance, Martian, etc., so La Riviera is a good room to see EVOO Black Label,” he says.

As if this were not enough, she herself has stated through her social networks that there will be a very special guest artist who will also be a surprise.

‘EVOO Black Label’ Tour

  • November 18, 2023: Madrid, La Riviera
  • November 25, 2023: Barcelona, ‚Äč‚ÄčRazzmatazz (Room 1)
  • December 1, 2023: Pamplona, ‚Äč‚ÄčSala la Zentral
  • December 9, 2023: Vitoria, Jimmy Jazz
  • December 22, 2023: Murcia, LaHaus (former Metropol)
  • February 2, 2024: Gij√≥n, Teatro Albeniz
  • February 3, 2024: Logro√Īo, The Hangar
  • February 9, 2024: Valencia, Palau Alameda
  • February 10, 2024: Mallorca, Es Gremi
  • February 23, 2024: Bilbao, Santana 27
  • February 24, 2024: Burgos, Platform 56

The full interview with Samantha Hudson will be available on and on the official WECB YouTube channel. Stay tuned and don’t miss it!


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