The voice of the late Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera will be heard once more on a new disc, to go on sale Nov. 17 under the title “1 Vida - 3 Historias,” her record label Universal Music Latin Entertainment announced.
The record company offered no further details about the production, but Rosie Rivera, the singer’s sister, said last October on her Instagram account that the disc will feature songs recorded during a concert Jenni Rivera gave in Culiacan, Mexico.
The singer known as the “diva of the band” died in an airplane crash along with another six people in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, on Dec. 9, 2012, hours after giving her last concert in the city of Monterrey.
A year after her death, the family of the Mexican regional music artist launched “1969-Siempre, en Vivo desde Monterrey,” a live recording in two parts of the singer’s repertoire during that last performance.
Both discs were hits in sales and made first place on Billboard magazine’s Top Latin Albums list.
Published in Latino Daily News