One of the most successful male singers of all time is coming to Madrid for one concert in the international tour in support of his latest studio album, 24K Magic. After a four-year hiatus, Bruno Mars is back, and only his lucky fans in Madrid and Barcelona will be able to see him in Spain.
Peter Gene Hernández (Honolulu, Hawaii, 1985), known professionally as Bruno Mars, is embarking on a world tour in support of his third studio album, 24K Magic. Beginning in Antwerp on 28 March, he’ll be performing in 85 different cities. His last concert in the Spanish capital was three years ago.
Mars has received many awards and nominations, including four Grammy Awards. He’s one of the most influential male singers in the world. His first LP, Doo-Wops & Hooligans, came after his debut EP, It’s Better If You Don’t Understand, launched in the same year, 2010. It was his second album, Unorthodox Jukebox, however, that topped the charts. Mars has sold more than 170 million singles and 60 million albums so far.
His songs cover a broad range of styles, incorporating reggae- and Motown-inspired sounds. Likewise, he works under the influence of a wide array of genres and artists, including Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson.
His 24K Magic World Tour includes only two concerts in Spain, in Madrid and, two days later, in Barcelona. Before this, Mars will be in Lisbon. A great chance to see one of the leading singers in the contemporary music scene, indeed.