Francisco Gonzalez Cano is the legal representative of Juan Cortes Duquende'. He requests that the newspaper IDEAL correct the information published last Sunday, 3rd regarding his performance at Granada Festival. It was written by Jorge Fernandez Bustos (flamenco critic) and it does not reflect reality.
He stated that he had been told by a journalist that Duquende appeared on the stage 15 minutes after the lights went out. This was at 9:20 p.m. Fake. Fake. The artist arrived on the stage at 9:10 pm. He did not arrive earlier because of the five-minute delay at his performance's beginning.
He says that he could only offer the public two to three songs. Fake. After a free start, she performed five styles: taranta (solo), seguirilla and alegrias.
His performance lasted for thirty minutes, according to the headline. Fake. It began at 9:05 p.m. (I repeat: five minutes late, not attributable the artist) and ended by 9:50 p.m.
He added: Later, the game would be discovered. Duquende appeared in poster of festival organized by Diputacion de Malaga which began in neighboring city at 9:45 p.m. Fake. Fake. The artist informed her that she couldn't go to Granada as she had signed another concert in Malaga that same day. Marian assured Marian that Marian had enough time since she could leave Granada at 10:00 p.m. and be back in Malaga at 11:00 p.m. She signed, which she trusted.
Duquende has been given thick qualifiers by social networks for this fake news, causing discomfort and damage that was never intended.
We provided IDEAL with the contract with the Granada Festival, videos of people attending the concert and audio calls to Mrs. Marian. Everything necessary to support an innocence being questioned. Fernandez Bustos has not been asked any questions to support her lies.
Due to the harsh criticisms from media outlets like Cadena SER, IDEAL and anonymous users on social networks, Singer Duquende had to take medication. None of these media, however, attempted to contact my client to verify the news prior to its publication or after.