Eslabon Armado, the dynamic Mexican-American regional Mexican group, took center stage at the first Palomazo De La Vale Show. The show kicked off with a Q&A session. Eslabon Armado is comprised of Pedro Tovar (lead vocals), Brian Tovar (bass), Damian Pacheco (twelve-string guitar), and Ulises González (acoustic guitar), the group has been captivating audiences since its formation in 2017. With six studio albums under their belt, Eslabon Armado has garnered accolades, including two Billboard Music Awards, two Billboard Latin Music Awards, and two Latin American Music Awards.
Sergio Catalan delved into the dynamics of working with family and friends, to which Pedro Tovar responded, emphasizing it as an immense blessing. Angelica Vale asked them what was the real-life inspirations behind their music, and they said they take inspiration from their life.
Pedro Tovar attributed much of his success to his mother, whose support and belief in his talent gave him the courage to release his album. Because of her support, he gifted his mother a new home as an expression of gratitude.
Throughout the show, Eslabon Armado and La Vale Show offered valuable insights into the intricacies of social media, stressing the importance of family bonds, and answering fan questions. The pinnacle of the evening was their mesmerizing live performance, showcasing the group’s musical talent.
With their infectious energy and genuine camaraderie, Eslabon Armado not only delivered an unforgettable performance but also shared invaluable life lessons, leaving an indelible mark on the Palomazo De La Vale Show.