Los amigos invisibles are fulfilling their dream
The Venezuelan band celebrated their recent artistic success.
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After 31 years in the music industry, Los amigos invisibles said during the Santa Lucia International Festival in Mexico that they "have fulfilled their dream of living from music."
"I believe that the dream we have fulfilled is that we have been able to live from music. When we started singing, playing in nightclubs, we never imagined that we would be able to live from this, we thought it was a stage, a hobby, but no, one day it was a party and then we saw that it was a serious job," said Julio César Briceño, lead singer of the band, during a press conference at the festival.
This Jazz, Funk and Disco group started as a hobby and little by little, has become their full time job, which is "a dream come true," according to Briceño.
During their performance, they also mentioned that they hope their career continues to pay off and stays on track, as well as being able to continue living from music because it is very difficult to make a living from any kind of art, reported EFE.
Among the challenges of the Venezuelan band is to continue to make their music popular in different countries and "get noticed" through various forms of multimedia content.
Los Amigos invisibles' upcoming concerts are part of their Cool Love tour which will continue in Ecuador on Nov. 5, Mexico City on Nov. 12, El Salvador on Nov. 18, Los Cabos on Nov. 25, and Miami on Dec. 3.