Joan Manuel Serrat was presented a few days ago at the auditorium in Barcelona as part of his Mediterráneo da capo tour.
In the middle of the show, attendees chanted "singing in Catalan, we are in Barcelona," which did not leave the artist indifferent.
As El Estrelador reported, Serrat took about two minutes to answer his Catalan interpreter, saying "there is always someone who will come without words for a show."
Continuing his speech, he added that "this album was made in Spanish 47 years ago and this performance goes above it from top to bottom. I know perfectly well that I am in Barcelona, I know it before you." And before that, I am working for this city. "
In the same line, the singer added: "I beg him to let me make my show the way it was designed, and I assure you that this is the first time I interrupt the show, that there are touring around the world, because someone says something like You to feel proud. "
The artist's response was applauded by everyone present on the play before proceeding with the presentation.