The Archaeological Museum 'Roman Fish Salting Factory' invites all citizens to enjoy the program organized on the occasion of International Museum Day.
On Friday, May 20, at 2200 hours hosting a rock concert in acoustic blues by Fernando Rubio, Murcia musician who plays guitar, harmonica and sings accompanied by Joaquín Talisman.
His first solo album is 'Tides', written and produced by him.
So far it has shared the stage with musicians like Marcus Miller, John Mayall, Eli "Paperboy" Reed & the True and Lovesy.
With an impressive record that includes names such as 'Prohibition', his first band, which won the competition 'Young Murcia' in 1987 - 'Ferroblues'-his longest project and praised, where he was primarily a composer 'Blonde', the draft Sara Iniguez, produced by Alejo Stivel, "'Bye Friend', with Antonio Fidel and Stephen Hirschfeld," AdriÃ Puntí, Ross, Breis, Joaquín Talisman or the best part of 'The Fanatics', Fernando blond caresses his guitar and the sound is the dimension of harmony.
Fernando Rubio, one of the great Spanish music, which is written from the stage and not from trade agreements.
The celebration of International Museum Day, around May 18 has been celebrated worldwide since 1977.
This year's theme is 'Museum and Memory' because museums keep the past and remember and tell stories and preserve objects in their collections central to the memory of the communities.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón