More live than never! 24 years after his death, frankie ruiz is more valid than ever, this because the Colombian David Zahan presents “Reviviendo a Frankie Ruiz”, a tribute show to the Caribbean salsa singer and announces a national tour of our country next October.
“I thank God for giving me this beautiful gift of interpreting and keeping my idol’s legacy alive. I’ve always made it clear that it would be unheard of, just to think that I would replace the salsa dad, but With this tribute and dedication I really feel like I am reliving Frankie Ruiz”, Zahan commented.
August 9 marked the 24th anniversary of the departure of the singer, who died in 1998 at the age of 40. The interpreter of “You make me crazy” left at the best moment of his musical career and left a great legacy that has made artists of various musical genres, especially salsa and reggaeton, mention him as a great musical reference.
Who is David Zahan?
Andrés David Saldarriaga known in the art world as David Zaham, a salsa singer from the city of Medellín, became known for participating in the Colombian television program “Yo me llamo” and his great resemblance to the Puerto Rican salsero led him to have presentations throughout Colombia and have international recognition.
“Peru I am happy to visit you and present you my show. I know that you are a salsa country and I am very happy to be with you. We are going to remember the father of salsa through the best of his repertoire”sentenced.
David Zaham’s music videos are a total success, for example, “You with him” exceeds 43 million views, “Wishing you” a little less than 27 million and “Desnúdate mujer” amounts to more than 12 million views.
David Zahan begins a national tour of our country on October 27 in Lima, On October 30, he will be at “The Boss” nightclub in Chincha and later he will visit different cities in our country with his spectacular show.