Alejandro Sanz's La Música No Se Toca in Miami: A Ten-Photo Recap

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Cuban singer-songwriter Carlos Varela opened the night playing some of his most popular and powerful nueva trova songs. And while he sang about urgent social topics affecting the world, though especially his native country, the audience grabbed their phones, lit up the AAA, and sent a light to Cuba.

A short time later, Alejandro Sanz took the stage, accompanied by an impressive band of ten musicians -- five of them women. Opening with "Llamando a la mujer en acción," the stage lit up and it was obvious that this concert was going to be full of surprises, just as he had promised in last week's interview with Crossfade.

From guests like Tommy Torres, Luis Enrique, and Antonio Carmona singing some classic songs and producer Julio Reyes playing the piano on "No me compares," the night was truly full of stunning moments.

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