On Tuesday, September 14, the stage of La voz senior brought participant Oscar Valdivia, 63, who had previously appeared before the cameras of Yo soy as an imitator of the Spanish singer Manolo Otero.
Now, looking for an opportunity to stand out with his own voice, he auditioned blindly with the song “Lo dudo”, by the Mexican José José, included on his album Secretos (1983).
His performance managed to capture the attention of the coaches and, with this, the participant said he felt satisfied and took the opportunity to mention that he was a composer and had brought one of his songs, written especially for the voices of Lucía and Joaquín Galán, Pimpinela.
“I’m a composer and around there I made a song for the duo, many years ago, in the 90’s. I said: ‘Someday I’m going to meet the duo and I’m going to give them the song, see if they like it’, although I know that Joaquín makes the songs, but I was inspired by them when I wrote it, “he said, and then revealed that he had the song titled” As if it were yesterday “in his pocket and asked permission to sing a little.
After singing the first verses, he caused the laughter of those present when he tried to imitate the timbre of Lucia Galán’s voice, who after listening to him jokingly commented that he was not very convinced of how he did the “feminine part” with his voice.
“Very good song and fabulous title,” said the Argentine singer.
Finally, the participant Oscar Valdivia sang the chorus of “La familia” to announce his decision to join the Pimpinela team.
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