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posted Friday, October 1, 2010 - Volume 38 Issue 40
Latin pop star Christian Chavez comes to Seattle
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Latin pop star Christian Chavez comes to Seattle

by Shaun Knittel - SGN Associate Editor

Noche Latina with Christian Chavez
October 3
Neighbours Nightclub


Latin pop star Christian Chavez will perform at Neighbours Nightclub with Club Papi on October 3 for Noche Latina. Christian, who revealed that he was Gay in 2007, told SGN he is excited to perform in Seattle.

'It's an honor to perform in a city that has such an amazing music history,' he said. 'I've never been to Seattle before, so I am not familiar with it, but I do know that so much good music has been made there.'

Christian got his start on the Mexican TV show Rebelde, which led to the formation of the popular band Latin boy band RBD. Since his solo career began this year, he's embarked on the Liberated World Tour to promote his first solo studio album Almas Transparentes and the hit single 'En Donde Estas?'

Currently, Christian says that he's been working with Club Papi - America's leading Gay Latin dance party circuit - for a national Gay club tour in the U.S. The tour has taken Christian and the Club Papi go-go boys to Sacramento, San Diego, and West Hollywood, California, as well as Chicago, Illinois and Houston, Texas, with the final tour date ending in Seattle on Sunday.

'Most of my fans are women,' Christian told SGN. 'Right now I want to get in touch with the Gay community. I'm a Gay guy and I want to perform for my community. That is why I'm doing this tour.'

Christian says that he's had an amazing time performing in Gay clubs in the U.S. so far. 'The Gay audiences are great!' he said. 'It's been so wonderful. I love my Gay fans.'

Christian is outspoken in supporting Gay rights and opposing homophobia. 'I work with a campaign for the Mexican government about Gay equality, and I also work with an HIV/AIDS healthcare foundation where we encourage people to get tested so they know their status,' he said. 'Currently, I'm working on setting up a foundation for kids that are HIV-positive.'

Christian says there's no denying his music is 'totally pop.' He told SGN that he loves pop music because it is 'the only kind of music where dance, hip-hop, blues and all types of music are fused together.'

'Seattle can expect to see a show with a lot of energy, music, dancing, and maybe even a surprise,' he said. 'I hope everyone enjoys my music.'

The Club Papi Seattle and Christian Chavez party begins at 10 p.m. and runs until 2 a.m. Tickets are $20 at the door. Christian will be available for a meet-and-greet with fans.

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