Ana Gabriel Comes to Miami for Valentine's Day

Ana Gabriel is a living legend in Mexican music, having repeatedly conquered pop, rock and regional charts in her native country, the U.S. and Latin America over the span of her illustrious 42-year career--a career that has borne 38 albums to date.  The singer-songwriter, born María Guadalupe Araújo Yong to a family of mixed Spanish, Chinese and Japanese origin, forayed into music at age 6, when she took the stage to perform the ranchera "Regalo A Dios" by renowned Mexican composer Jose Alfredo Jimenez.  But it wasn't until she was 19 that she recorded her first song, "Compréndeme".  Known for the power of her unforgettable raspy voice, she has prided herself on demonstrating startling versatility.

This Saturday, February 14 the Mexican songstress brings her incredlible pipes to Miami for a live

performance at the James L. Knight Center where she'll undoubtedly

regale the audience with such recognizable hits as "Luna", "No Te Hago

Falta", "Ay Amor" and "Simplemente Amigos.

Ana Gabriel performs at8pm at  the James L. Knight Center located at 400 SE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL  33131.  Tickets range from $53 to $123.

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