I am talking about Martín Ana Guerra and Morat. “La Noche de Cadena 100’’ is a concert, which translates to The Night of Channel 100. It brings together a good handful of pop artists for the benefit of Manos Unidas, which is an NGO.
There were people coming from all corners of Spain, they met again late last month, one more year, with his favorite artists on ‘’La Noche de Cadena 100’’. Three hours of pop music by national and international first swords who made the Delights of the 15,000 spectators who witnessed the show on-site at the Wizink Center. A concert, in addition, of the most supportive and whose funds will be for the benefit of Manos Unidas, the NGO that fights against hunger and poverty in the world and that this year turns 60 years old. One by one, the most important artists of the musical panorama were going through, first through the photocall and then through the stage of the Madrid Coliseum to interpret their present and past successes to the delirium of those attending the event, ‘’La Noche de Cadena 100’’, which redialed this day with red numbers in the Spanish cultural calendar.
From more to fewer decibels, Manu Carrasco, who closed the show, offered a mini-concert where he mixed his best-known songs with those of his new work. Before other artists also applauded like Laura Pausini, Vanesa Martín or Ana Guerra had passed through the Madrid stage. Special mention to Morat, who turned the old Sports Palace upside down with hits like When Nobody Sees or How Dare You. The nice moments of the night did not stay there. Artists such as Rosana, Marco Mengoni, Marta Soto, Diego Torres, Carlos Baute, Marta Sánchez or Tom Walker, each in their style, also contributed their grain of sand to the great annual La Noche de Cadena 100 festival of music and solidarity.
If you check the news, you will find that Spain focuses on a big economic crisis, with large unemployment issues, the biggest debt per capita in the EU. Spain has also several internal economic and political problems, but still, people like to spend money on having fun, especially in music. Pop music is liked by millions of Spaniards, this is why, despite the crisis, the concerts are always full.