Hacienda Tres Ríos is thrilled to host the appearance of two talented music artists together on stage —Latin American Idol Samantha Rae and Canadian Idol Ryan Malcolm— in a live acoustic concert on March 18th, 2010.
This will be the first time that two icon artists participate in the same venue together. Both artists will demonstrate their talent by performing together and individually in both English and Spanish.
The international music idols will be staying at our All-inclusive Endless Luxury resort during their visit in Mexico’s Riviera Maya. The concert will be exclusively for guests of the luxurious resort.
Meet the Idols:
-Latin American Idol Samantha Rae was born and raised in Berkeley, California, and moved to the Mexican State of La Paz, Baja California Sur at age 11. She began to take guitar and piano lessons at age 7, and joined her first band at 15 playing mostly cover songs. During her music career, Samantha has toured the world as a back-up singer with Mexican stars Yahir and Alejandra Guzman.
Samantha is currently wrapping up recording in Monterrey on her Jazz album and on her first original music solo debut CD.
Rae says she’s never wanted to do anything but be a music artist. “Making a living as an artist has never let me down,” she says. – and the fans have always been such a big part of it all for me.”
Rae’s music is warm and inviting. Her upcoming debut solo album offers a powerful mix of Latin-flavored pop, acoustic beauty and soulful ballads.
-Canadian Idol Ryan Malcom is a singer-guitarist born in Kingston, Ontario. He started singing in a band at age 11, alongside his brother and father, who opened a dining restaurant that had entertainment three nights a week. At 16, Ryan started writing songs and produced his first demo at age 17.
In 2003, he tried out for the Canadian Idol auditions in Toronto and eventually won the title. His debut full-length, Home, went platinum in Canada , was nominated for a Juno Pop Album of the Year and spawned the number one single “Something More.”
Ryan then started a rock band of his own. “Something I always wanted was a feeling of control over the music, the direction of the band, and my career.” He is now piloting his own career, writing his own songs and guiding his own band, Low Level Flight, comprised of 5 talented artists.
Low Level Flight’s debut album, Urgency, kicked off with a soaring 80’s-style keyboard and a vocal effect on the upbeat rocker “Change For Me.”
Looking forward to having them among us!