The puerto rican singer Olga Tanon joined the initiative of actions virtual that by these days coronavirus flood the social networks and give a little bit of joy to the quarantine of thousands of people in the world.
The Woman of Fire was connected in live from the living room of his house, through its account of Instagram, and began to receive song requests from their fans to bring “a little bit of joy in the midst of trouble”.
At the end of the transmission in direct, the singer released two videos of the evening, so that they can be enjoyed for those who were not able to connect.
“This is the first time that I do this as well, but I loved it because I know that even if none of us have to work, we must keep positive in the face of adversity. God cover us and protect. Thank you for joining me today”, he wrote next to one of the videos that you shared on your account of Instagram.
Among the songs that delighted the artist boricua were Open your heart, belonging to his album A new womanlaunched in 2005, and the issues My eternal secret lovede Marco Antonio Solis, and Enough is enoughalso popularized by the late mexican singer Jenni Rivera.
“You was incredible live last night. I sang and I danced with you!!! Thank you for this moment”, “What a blessing and what a joy to listen to you”, “Thank you for having such detail in these moments”, “What a beautiful, Olga, you are the best, I am filled with joy in these difficult times”, “How cute, make us forget a little of the sadness provoked by this pandemic”, some commented followers coupled to the first video.
The governor of Puerto Rico, Wanda Vázquez Garced, decreed on the 15th of march a curfew and social isolation as a preventive measure to avoid the spread of the coronavirus in the island, which until this moment has 23 confirmed cases.
From that the WHO declared pandemic coronavirus on march 11dozens of artists have performed concerts from their homes or direct to exchange with their fans, as a way of providing relief and encouragement in times as disastrous as these, in which every day is reported hundreds of deaths.