Manuel Carrasco, David Bisbal, Vanesa Martín, Andrés Suárez, Rozalén, Melendi, Nil Moliner or Álvaro Soler are some of the more than fifty talents committed to the initiative to record ‘Resistiré 2020’, a hymn that premieres on YouTube and that this Friday It will be available on all digital platforms.
Since the crisis of COVID-19 forced us to stay home, ‘Resistiré’ by the Dynamic Duo began to sound on thousands of balconies in response to a collective challenge.
Now Cadena 100 together with producer Pablo Cebrián have worked hand in hand to make a new version of ‘Resistiré’ a reality, recorded in an exceptional context with the participation of fifty musicians. This is how the new life of “Resistiré 2020” is born.
Fifty artists from Universal, Sony, Warner and Altafonte have worked together on this exciting project to give voice to hope and to raise funds for the benefit of Cáritas. DADA Film & Entertainment also participates.
The artists who have voiced the hymn of Resistiré 2020 are: Álex Ubago, Álvaro Soler, Andrés (Dvicio), Andrés Suárez, Blas Cantó, Carlos Baute, Conchita, David Bisbal, David Otero, David Summers, Despistaos (Dani Despistaos), Diana Navarro, Ele, Georgina, India Martínez, Iván (Hall Effect), José Mercé, Manuel Carrasco, Melendi, Mikel Erentxun, Nil Moliner, Pastora Soler, Pedro Guerra, Pitingo, Rosana, Rozalén, Rulo, Sofia Ellar, Susana (Effect Mariposa) and Vanesa Martín.
As for the musical part, two dozen great musicians have not wanted to miss this historic solidarity project either. So, there are batteries
(Cristian Chiloé, Marcelo Novati, Toni Mateos), guitarists (Ludovico Vagnone, David Palau, Josemi Carmona, Roberto Lavella, Riki Rivera, Pablo Cebrián), keyboard players (Julio Tejera, Iñaki García, Alberto Miras, Javier Lozano), bassists (Nacho Mañó, Paco Bastante, Martín Leiton, Charlie Moreno), brass (David Carrasco, sax; Iván del Castillo, trumpet; Alfred García, trombone and trumpet) and percussion (Luis Dulzaides).
All of them, regular musicians of artists such as Alejandro Sanz, Vanesa Martín, Manuel Carrasco, Joaquín Sabina, Miguel Ríos, Leiva, Miguel Bosé and many others.