Alejandro Fernandez commemorates Joan Sebastian on his birthday

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The mexican singer Alejandro Fernandez launches his single That and more in the date in which Joan Sebastian, its composer, and served 69 years, to raise funds and help the musicians affected by COVID-19.

By means of their social networks, Alejandro Fernández chose the one who was their friend, teacher and a poet of the sky. “It is a moment in which we are distanced physically from each other, but the music is a bridge that unites us. I invite you to sing this song along with me, sing with a single voice that can be heard up to the sky, arrives with a ‘I love you’ to all the people lonely and sad, that gives them hope. Wherever you are I love you and I promise that through my music will cross all barriers to be with you”, he wrote.

The proceeds of the song will be donated by the singer and his label Universal Music foundations MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund in the united States and MúsicaMéxico COVID-19 in Mexico, which is supported by the University of Guadalajara’s Cultura UDG, the International Fair of Music for Professionals (FIMPRO), the Mexican Association of Producers of Phonograms and Videograms (AMPROFON), Relatable, and Cassette.

The song That and more had already formed part of the repertoire of the “Foal” during their concerts, but now will be included in the album’s deluxe Made in Mexico, accompanied by a video recorded live from Guadalajara.

“This song serves as the anthem for this very difficult time. We are all at home, isolated and separated from each other, but we stay connected through this great love that resides in all of us. I hope that this song reaches out to every heart during this crisis.” said through a press release.

In the past few days, the interpreter of How the one who loses a star and Cloud travel has been expressed in favour of the social distancing and staying at home, so that encourages its followers to follow the directions of the authorities, and shares tips and information on the prevention before the coronavirus.