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Fernando Aceves recalls ‘Just a few days before the only David Bowie concert in Mexico City, I received a phone call from the local promoter telling me he had special permission to take a few shots of David at the “Pyramids of Teotihuacan”, the archaeological site 50 km from the capital city in order to send them to the local media to promote the gig.

We had a wonderful and casual time at the Mexican pyramids. He was a very natural man, I would say “A true human being”. He was amazed to be close to the ancient constructions. I was a fly on a wall like my small German camera; the Leica M6’.

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David Bowie in Mexico, October 21st. 1997:

- in front of The Piramid of the Sun at the archaeological site of Teotihuacán

- at the Palacio de Bellas Artes,  Mexico City, in front of a mural of Diego Rivera

- at Frida Kahlo house (´The Blue House’) in Mexico City

Fernando Aceves recalls ‘Just a few days before the only David Bowie concert in Mexico City, I received a phone call from the local promoter telling me he had special permission to take a few shots of David at the “Pyramids of Teotihuacan”, the archaeological site 50 km from the capital city in order to send them to the local media to promote the gig.

We had a wonderful and casual time at the Mexican pyramids. He was a very natural man, I would say “A true human being”. He was amazed to be close to the ancient constructions. I was a fly on a wall like my small German camera; the Leica M6’.

Photo´s © Fernando Aceves/RockArchive

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Hoy a 11 años del primer concierto de la gira Ahí Vamos. #Cerati

Auditorio Nacional de México, 01 de Junio de 2006.

Hoy a 11 años de que comenzara la gira más extensa, exitosa y masiva de toda su carrera solista, con casi 75 conciertos en total entre 2006 y 2007.

Con entradas agotadas y ante un Auditorio Nacional con más de 10.000 personas eufóricas y expectantes, comenzó la gira de presentación de “Ahí Vamos”.

Fotografías: Fernando Aceves.
Vía: FlacoStereo