Acclaimed Argentinean singer Martin De Leon will join the company of Luis Bravo’s Forever Tango as the show's final guest vocalist, appearing from September 3 through September 15, when the limited Broadway engagement will end as scheduled. De Leon will succeed Grammy winner Luis Fonsi, who will play his final performance on September 1. Forever Tango opened on July 14 at the Walter Kerr Theatre.
De Leon started his career at age of 16 in Buenos Aires. He performed regularly on radio, television and in concert alongside such notable singers as Vinicius de Moraes, Toquinho and Maria Creuza. De Leon has been seen in concert at many of America's finest venues, including Carnegie Hall.
Forever Tango features 16 dancers and an 11-piece orchestra alongside rotating celebrity vocalists. Created and directed by Bravo, the show originally opened in 1997 at Broadway’s Walter Kerr Theatre before transferring to the Marquis Theatre. It earned a Tony nomination for Best Choreography. In 2004, the production returned to Broadway’s Shubert Theatre for a four-month engagement.