The new Estefanita played the drums and the electric guitar at her mother's concert in Spain

By People Staff
Updated August 26, 2008
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Never one to say goodbye, Gloria Estefan started her tour in Spain last week, presenting two gems: her new album 90 millas and her daughter, Emily, 13, who played the drums and the electric guitar with the band.

Emily's performance didn't go unnoticed in Spain, where she made headlines in EFE and El País o El Mundo, among other media outlets. The mother of Latin Pop sang to a crowd of more than 2,000 people in Marbella, and for the first time, let her daughter have center stage, pronouncing her as “la nueva Estefanita”, who the singer says is as timid as she was at her age.

Gloria Estefan's latest album, which references the distance between Miami and Cuba in miles, features a myriad of artists including José Feliciano, La India, Carlos Santana, actor Andy García and Generoso Jiménez.

Her Spain tour continue until September 19, where she'll be visiting Zaragoza, Madrid, Barcelona, and Tenerife. Other stops include Holland, Ireland, Scotland, England, and Italy.