Alejandro Fernandez is tattooed with phrases from Vicente Fernandez’s songs, and he shows it off a day before he performs at the Monumental Plaza de Toros Mexico in Mexico City.
More than a year after the death of Vicente Fernandez, Alejandro Fernandez continues to pay tribute to his father, not only in his concerts but now he showed off that he has it on his skin.
Alejandro Fernandez – 52 years old – is very excited, and not only will he be performing at the Monumental Plaza de Toros, Mexico, but he is also premiering a new single.
Before releasing his song “No es que me quiere ir,” Alejandro Fernandez showed off how he tattooed phrases from Vicente Fernandez’s songs. This way, he will always carry his dad.
Alejandro Fernández pays homage to Vicente Fernández with tattoos of his father’s phrases.
On December 12, 2021, the world of show business mourned Vicente Fernández’s death at 81.
On different occasions, Alejandro Fernandez has shown that he is still very present in the memory of his father, Vicente Fernandez, and all the teachings he left him.
One day away from one of the most important concerts of his career -as he will accomplish the same feat his father, did-Alejandro Fernandez premiered his song “No es que me quiere ir” (It’s not that I want to go).
But hours before, Alejandro Fernandez shared that now more than ever, he had Vicente Fernandez in mind, and just like his father did more than 30 years ago, he would be performing at the Monumental Plaza de Toros Mexico.
With a photo showing himself at the Monumental Plaza de Toros Mexico, Alejandro Fernandez boasted that he now had tattoos of phrases from Vicente Fernandez songs.
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The first tattoo belongs to the song ‘El Rey.’ Alejandro Fernández chose the phrase: “no hay que llegar primero sino hay que saber llegar” to tattoo it.
The second phrase that Alejandro Fernández immortalized on his skin is one of the phrases that Vicente Fernández used to say the most: “Yo no canto para vivir, yo vivo para cantar” (I don’t sing to live, I live to sing).
With his two tattoos, Alejandro Fernández continues to pay homage to Vicente Fernández.
Why is his concert at the Monumental Plaza de Toros, Mexico, so important for Alejandro Fernandez?
Alejandro Fernandez was very excited when he announced that he would perform at the Monumental Plaza de Toros, Mexico.
But why is this concert so important for Alejandro Fernandez? It is worth remembering that more than 30 years ago, Vicente Fernandez performed at the Monumental Plaza de Toros, Mexico.
On September 15, 1984, Vicente Fernandez performed at the Monumental Plaza de Toros, Mexico, marking a very important point in his career.
At that time, Vicente Fernandez had run out of support from an important television company and had even promised to retire if he did not fill the venue.
Vicente Fernandez achieved his goal and had total success, and many of his followers remember his concert as one of the best of his career.