Glass Mountain Records’ founder, independent artist Tori Sparks, does not know how to sit still. Since the start of 2020, she has been interviewed by journalist Marcel Llorens for his upcoming documentary on the song “La Llorona,” filmed in both in Spain and in Mexico; has has been interviewed by multiple radio programs in Switzerland, Spain, Belgium, and Perú; was a guest artist at the sold-out Sigmund Wilder concert at Luz de Gas in Barcelona; helped raise money for ISGlobal Barcelona Institute For Global Health at the annual Elvis Tribute and Benefit Concert organized by ETB and Club Elvis Spain; hosted the sold-out Barcelona In the Round IV concert (bringing Nashville to Barcelona); her live album Wait No More was named one of the Top 10 Albums of the Year by No Solo Cine.

This week Tori is also lending a hand on the production side of things in the studio on rumba band Alma de Boquerón’s soon-to-be-released fifth album (May 2020). Upcoming plans include a concert in the historic Jazz Cava de Vic on February 7th, playing the Talarn Music Experience concert series on March 14th… and at some point, possibly taking a nap.

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