Buenos Aires, March 20 (IANS/EFE) Spanish singer David Bisbal, who is in Buenos Aires to close out his “Acustico” world tour, said Tuesday that he hopes God gives him the chance to keep singing “for 40 more years”.
“I have a dream of going to various countries that I haven’t visited yet and that God gives me the chance to keep singing for 40 more years,” said the artist at a press conference in the Argentine capital.
Bisbal, 33, was proclaimed the Argentine capital’s “guest of honour” Tuesday, a recognition that he said was “very surprising” but much appreciated.
The performer of popular songs such as “Ave Maria”, “Como olvidar” and “Besos de tu boca” said that he is already planning to begin work on a new album that will be “a continuation” of what he’s doing now, in terms of style, although somewhat closer to pop.
“We’re going to get together with several composers so that approximately in April 2014 we can share it with people,” he said.