Dom. Nov 28th, 2021
    Alberto comesaña y cristina del valle

    1988 cris (cristina del valle) «we are alone».

    Although, yes, space is not lacking. The component of ‘Amistades peligrosas’ lives with his wife and four children in a huge villa of more than 500 square meters. A villa, by the way, that he bought from singer Sergio Dalma.

    Alberto doesn’t like to carry a lot of suitcases when he travels, nor fill the house with objects full of memories. «When I go on a trip, I like to go with the right suitcase. I don’t like to fill up with luggage, and I’m not a lover of souvenirs».

    The kitchen is another of the places she enjoys the most «because this is where I live most with my children». Although she also likes the fireplace area «The concept of home, ‘fogar’ and ‘fogata’ are closely associated».

    This house, located in Boadilla del Campo, by the way, belonged to the singer Sergio Dalma. «Sergio left it to me at a ‘fair price’…. A house like this, with a large garden and with a lot of silence, is ideal for anyone».

    «For me Amistades Peligrosas is like a serial, it’s like a TV series that had a first season of great successes», he tells us, Just now, that he has returned to the group for its anniversary, with ‘Alto el fuego’, «I’m enjoying this return», he tells us.

    Amistades peligrosas returns

    In 1980, he moved to Madrid to study criminology, becoming involved in social activism. Since 1978 she has worked in social action groups, NGOs (Ayora, Solidarios, Apram, etc) and left-wing parties supporting organizations working for human rights or the Saharawi people or against gender violence.

    In 2014 she debuted as a blogger in the digital newspaper Cambio 16 in a new section entitled «Tiempos Rotos» (Broken Times). In this blog she comments on various events and reflects on social issues, from the position of women in politics to children’s education regarding violence[1].

    Del Valle, because of her position in favor of equality and against gender violence, participates regularly in conferences and colloquiums; in this way she participated in the International Colloquium Violence and Peace in Mérida (Mexico).[2][3][3]

    Dangerous friendships «i’m here for you».

    C: I love social networks because I am very sociable and I love to socialize, and also because through the networks you have an international dimension that you don’t have otherwise. We have been very well known and have sold a lot of records in Latin America. When the pandemic happened, it was much easier to do interviews with programs there, do the promotion and people remember you again even if you can’t travel. Networks are important, and although people of our generation use them less than younger people, I really want to reach young people because I think Amistades Peligrosas is a group that could have arrived at any time. We are not out of fashion.

    A: It happened with Africanos en Madrid at the beginning. According to what the author tells us, he had done the song for Ana Belén but she refused to sing it because the African at that time, at the beginning of the 90s, was the horse dealer on Gran Vía. I remember that there was controversy at EMI and a debate because the song could have been released earlier as a single.

    Interview with amistades peligrosas (cristina del valle)

    C: I love social networks because I am very sociable and I love to socialize, and also because through the networks you have an international dimension that you don’t have otherwise. We have been very well known and have sold a lot of records in Latin America. When the pandemic happened, it was much easier to do interviews with programs there, do the promotion and people remember you again even if you can’t travel. Networks are important, and although people of our generation use them less than younger people, I really want to reach young people because I think Amistades Peligrosas is a group that could have arrived at any time. We are not out of fashion.

    A: It happened with Africanos en Madrid at the beginning. According to what the author tells us, he had done the song for Ana Belén but she refused to sing it because the African at that time, at the beginning of the 90s, was the horse dealer on Gran Vía. I remember that there was controversy at EMI and a debate because the song could have been released earlier as a single.

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