“Doris Anahi Muñoz bet big on herself and her community to forge a space in the L.A. Music industry.”
Los Angeles, CA (January 27, 2022) – Mexican American songstress Doris Anahi announces debut single “Que Sufras” releasing February 11th via Casa Mija and distributed by Altafonte. This week Doris just wrapped up a successful week after the premiere of Isabel Castro’s documentary MIJA at Sundance Film Festival 2022 which was highly praised by media outlets such as Variety, Deadline, and IndieWire.
In addition, Doris Anahi will be supporting critically acclaimed Mexican singer-songwriter Silvana Estrada on select dates of her Marchita North American Tour, with an already SOLD-OUT Los Angeles show. See dates below.
“A couple of years ago I never thought I’d return to the road, let alone on stage – pero aqui estamos. So grateful to Silvana for having me join her US tour, her music has held me in ways I’ve needed, and I can’t wait to bring our worlds together across the southwest,” explains Doris of her excitement of joining Silvana on tour.
Silvana, also an Altafonte talent, recently took part in NPR’s El Tiny series for Tiny Desk performances during Latinx Heritage month and last week dropped her highly anticipated debut album Listen Here
Silvana Estrada’s Marchita Tour feat. Doris Anahi
02.03 — The Parish — Austin, TX
02.04 — Club Dada — Dallas, TX
02.05 — The Bronze Peacock at HOB — Houston, TX
02.07 — Valley Bar — Phoenix, AZ
02.11 — The Paramount Theatre — Los Angeles, CA *SOLD OUT*
02.12 — Brick & Mortar — San Francisco, CA
ABOUT DORIS ANAHI
Doris Anahi has been around music her whole life. Whether it was singing with her family at church as a kid or listening to the boleros and mariachis that inspired her grandparents’ love or sneaking out to punk rock shows during her high school years, music has always underscored important moments throughout Doris’ life. Becoming an artist manager after college, Doris championed the type of music that made her feel seen in her first-gen Latinx existence, and alongside her community she built musical worlds that simply didn’t exist. Cultivating a fierce commitment to representation, especially one that reflected the truest parts of her artists and the world around her, Doris could no longer ignore the signs that lead her to write and release her own music.