Marwan, recital: 'Los amores imparables'
Search in Google music, poetry, social networking and the 21st century. The result is Marwan. Singer-songwriter and standard-bearer of the new Spanish poetry, he will be in Bastardo with the most special recital. He’ll give us goose bumps with his poems. He’ll make us move to the beat of his guitar. He will transmit us the sincerity, strength and passion with which he composes the lyrics and music of his songs.
Stormy, passionate and raw loves are the protagonists of his new collection of poems,’Los amores imparables’, which he will recite to us on the 20th of April, coinciding with the Night of Books.
It’s a love that is impossible to tame, that is several palms above the astonishment, that has no measure.
I think you know what loves I’m talking about, those barbaric loves that make you dream and keep you awake, those loves that take you everywhere but never take you anywhere.
Get to know him a little better
Marwan was born on March 5, 1979 as the result of the love of a Palestinian and a Spanish woman. At the age of 15 he bought a guitar to play music, inspired by the singer-songwriters of the 70s and 90s. He has reaped unsuspected successes in theatres all over Spain and half the world, and what about his music and poems? Without fully unraveling the mystery of this magic, the singer-songwriter ventures into a hypothesis: “When people identify with what you sing, the personal becomes the universal”.
Word of mouth and social networks have also been his great allies. He’s the author of the successful poetry books ‘Apuntes sobre mi paso por el invierno’, ‘La triste historia de tu cuerpo sobre el mío’ and ‘Todos mis futuros son contigo’, was placed number one in the list of best sellers in our country and Mexico.