Ya está en YouTube nuestro videoclip #FrutoProhibido cueca aportada por Gabriel Oliveros
Protagonizado por Camila Lagos Baeza @ccamila.lb y Raúl Pizarro @raulactor
MAkeup: Anyelin Torres Valderrama @anyelin_estilista
Agradecemos el trabajo de @altovoltajechile
Dirección y guión : Erick Morales
Asistencia de Dirección : Rodrigo Gajardo
Producción : @mauropelagato
Asistencia de cámara : Álvaro Ferrada.
Agradecimientos a Qm Jenniffer, Mauricio F. Gajardo y Omar F. Fuentes por su enorme colaboración.
As I come to the end of nearly four straight months of touring, I just need to say how grateful I am for the people who make my experience so worthwhile. --------------------------------- To the venues:
Providing a space for music has become a challenging business proposition. As we look across small towns and cities across America, we see so many of our favorite music clubs shutting their doors. For those that have reinvented themselves, or for those breweries, coffee shops, and non-traditional venues, thank you. Live music continues on because of you. You are our Ambassadors of Quan. ---------------------------------- To the organizers and sponsors:
This shout out goes to the agents, managers, sponsors, and the folks with big dreams. Every concert series, festival, or even Tuesday night free bar show, takes the work of a handful of people to make it a reality. To those of you that keep the calendars full, and to those of you that dream up local festivals, rooftop concerts, or to those of you that open up your homes, thank you. ---‐------------------------------- To the fans:
I have found myself in the midst of several philosophical conversations about music, and the music industry, on this tour. These deep chats have generally been preceded by someone asking if I can make a living as a musician. Besides being a wildly inappropriate inquiry from a stranger, I always take a large step back and tell the person who asked, to look at the bigger picture. Music is about creating experiences. It is about telling a story that connects people to a memory, or that connects them to that very moment to create a new one. As performers, we have the opportunity to, at least temporarily, take people out of their immediate situation, and replace it with the memory of a loved one, or a time and place of happiness, or to just connect with them in commiserative emotion. To those of you that continue to open your hearts to me, and to live music, thank you. You have allowed me to resoundingly respond to the inquiries about my career by answering that "what's important to me is not making a living, but actually living". You all fill my heart.