Venezuelan singer José Luis Rodríguez “El Puma”, who is preparing to return to the stage after a double lung transplant, announced today that he will sing at the concert that will take place next Friday in Colombia to help Venezuela.
“More Amigos, this February 22nd I will be in a very important concert, where along with other artists we will sing to help Venezuela, humanitarian aid will enter Venezuela!”, He wrote in his Twitter account.
“El Puma” said that for him “it is a privilege” to participate in an event that aims to help his country.
Rodriguez, who lives in Miami (USA) is the latest artist to announce his participation in the Venezuela Aid Live concert, organized by the British millionaire Richard Branson, owner of the Virgin business group, to raise funds for the Venezuelan people.
The concert will take place in Cúcuta, a city on the border with Venezuela, one day before the planned arrival in that country of humanitarian aid donated by countries that recognize Juan Guaidó as Venezuelan president in charge.
The Argentine-Venezuelan Ricardo Montaner announced this Sunday his participation and before they did Luis Fonsi, Juanes, Juan Luis Guerra, Fonseca, Alejandro Sanz, J Balvin, Miguel Bosé and Carlos Vives, among others.
“El Puma”, which had its lungs transplanted in 2017, will be presented for the first time in a concert, following the operation, on May 11 in Miami Beach (USA), starting point for a new tour world called “Grateful”.
The “Grateful Tour” will take you through several cities in the United States, the rest of America and Europe.
The Venezuela Aid Live concert will be held at the binational bridge in the Cúcuta area known as Tienditas.
The Venezuelan government of Nicolas Maduro announced the celebration of another concert, this one on the Simon Bolivar Bridge, which will be held on February 22 and 23. (EFEUSA) .-