One of the highlights of Selena’s fans was her last live concert at the Astrodome in Houston, Texas.
On February 26, 1995, Selena and Dinosaur performed in front of 67,000 people at the Astrodome in Houston, Texas. In the latest episode of Selena, series They recreated such a presentation. Dressed in her iconic purple, Quintonilla charmed her followers, but unfortunately this would be the last concert of that size he would give in his short life because the presentation was on February 26 and the young woman was murdered on March 31.
Selena Quintanilla began her career as a singer at the age of 9, as part of the Selena Y. Los Dinosaurs family group, rising one step per year until she won the Tejano Music Awards for Best Female Singer in 1987, and became only internationally in the 90s, especially among Hispanic audiences. Between 1992 and 1994, Selena was already considered one of the most successful artists of the time, and at the age of 23 it seemed that no one could stop her.
In the Netflix series, they show the preparations for such a big event where the singer enters the chariot pulled by two beautiful horses. Before the concert, according to the series, Selena Quintanilla comes out of the dressing room and shows her fitted cabinets, although her brother AB Quintanilla says she does not like him because it looks “wide and narrow”. Paradoxically, after winning such an important place, Selena was buried with those shelves.
One of the most special moments of the night of the series was their dance solos, where, along with their two dancers and even the singers, they moved bodies. Thus, Texan called her steps “washing machine,” and she moved her long waist forward, raising the bottom of her cupboards and her silver sneakers; Danced to the rhythm of drums.
Quintanilla’s last performance was recorded in history and released on compact disc in 2001 and DVD in 2003. How was Show? For that opportunity, Selena produced a surprise: eight minutes of songs from disco legends such as Donna Summer, Giorgio Moroder, Steven Greenberg. (And)