Thursday, April 09, 2015
El Sol de Mexico Derives His Ultimate Power From Sunny. And His Hair, Of Course
That's not a hairdo. That's architecture. Call in an expert. Send out for a consultant. Get Moses in here. He'll turn down the contract. "You want me to part that guy's hair? I've only done small jobs, like the Red Sea. I don't think I'm up for this."
You've never heard of Luis Miguel. He's the "Latin Frank Sinatra," which is a compliment, I guess. His agent can sell 250,000 tickets to see him in Mexico City just by whispering the concert dates out of his mail slot at 4 AM on any given Sunday morning, but that's no reason why you should have ever heard of him. According to Wikipedia, he once sold 320,000 copies of one of his records in one day, but hey, it's not like he's famous or anything.
Of course, he was nothing and nobody until be performed Sunny, the Official Cover Song of the Twenty-Teens.