Vincente Fernandez Presents his New Album “Necesito de Ti”
He’s been recording unforgettable music for over 40 years. There’s no doubt that Vicente Fernández – the beloved Charro (Cowboy) de Huentitán – is enjoying a career renaissance.
· He’s the No. 1-selling Latin music artist in the United States.
· His previous studio album, Para Siempre (Forever), was the top-selling Latin album of 2008 and remains the best-selling Regional Mexican album of 2009.
· His live album Primera Fila (Front Row) spent 7 big weeks at No. 1 on Billboard, and it’s the top-selling musical DVD of the year in the U.S., in any genre.
· In recent months The King of Ranchera Music has earned many awards, including the Latin Grammy (2008), Univision’s Premio Lo Nuestro (2009) and Billboard Latin Music Awards (2009). In addition, Vicente Fernández is nominated in Univision’s Premios Juventud (Youth Awards), due to his appeal to all generations of Latinos. The awards will be presented at a gala ceremony on July 16 in Coral Gables, Fla.
Now, to the delight of his fans, and of everyone who loves ranchera music, Vicente Fernández releases his new album, Necesito de Ti (I Need You). It’s a keepsake, like everything this immortal artist records, comprising 13 brand-new songs.
The first single is also titled “Necesito de Ti” and it’s kicking off the album with force as it climbs the Latin airplay charts.
With more than 40 years of mastery on record, on stage, and on screen, Vicente Fernández is showing us that he’s like fine wine…his voice improves with age. It’s no wonder U.S. critics call this exclusive artist of Sony Music “Mexico’s Sinatra.”
1. Estado Civil (Marital Status)
2. Para Que Me Recuerdes (So You Remember Me)
3. A Puros Besos (Nothing But Kisses)
4. Tengo (I Have)
5. Mala (Bad Woman)
6. Camino Al Cielo (Path To Heaven)
7. Que Dios Te Pague (Let God Judge You)
8. Necesito De Ti (I Need You)
9. Me Tienes Mimado (You’ve Spoiled Me)
10. Tengo Una Amante (I Have Another Woman)
11. Esa Noche Te Olvidé (That Night I Forgot You)
12. Dueño Del Mundo (Owner Of The World)
13. Gracias (Thank You)
10 Denver Pepsi Center
11 Tucson Tucson Convention Center
12 El Paso Coliseum
3 San Antonio ATT Center
4 McAllen Dodge Arena
9 Dallas American Airlines Center
11 Houston Toyota Center
16 Atlanta Gwinnett Center
18 Chicago Allstate Arena
6 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheater
7 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheater
8 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheater
13 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheater
14 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheater
15 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheater
20 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheater
21 Los Angeles Gibson Amphitheater
27 San Jose HP Pavilion
28 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay