The singer and his production team are supporting the citizens of Tabasco, Mexico

Por People Staff
Updated Noviembre 13, 2007
Miguel Bose

Miguel Bosé's tour, called Papitour, was greeted with cheers in Mexico. And now the Spanish singer and his production team are giving back to the flood victims in the country's state of Tabasco.

During his last concert in Mexico, Bosé, 51, announced that he and his team were making a donation of $60,000, adding that Banamex bank would match the amount. “The Mexican and Spanish production teams and the musicians got together a little money for Tabasco, it's with a lot of affection from all of the Papitour,” the singer told the audience.

“You're a place I call home, Mexico, you know you're loved, and don't stop singing. Good night,” Bosé said, ending the concert and tour with kind words for the country, a place he's praised throughout his 30-year career.