Juan Esteban Aristizábal Vásquez, known as Juanes is a Colombian musician who is now a solo artist after leaving the heavy metal band, Ekhymosis. He debuted with his album Fijate Bien in 2000. The album won him three Latin Grammy Awards; it sold more than 15 million albums worldwide according to his record label. Juanes joined the band at the age of 15 in 1988. They released five albums together and broke up in 1997; in 2000, he decided to go solo and released his famous debut album. In 2002, he released his follow-up album, titled Un Dia Normal. The album received platinum certification as it went on to be a great success in many countries. In 2004, Mi Sangre came out and once again made him a worldwide star, followed by his successful albums in 2007 and 2010, called La Vida… Es Un Ratico, and P.A.R.C.E. In May of 2012, he released Junaes MTV Unplugged. He started to experiment with Latin music, and has contributed in many genres, including thrash metal, Latin rock, Latin, and Cumbia. According to his Universal Music, he has won 20 Latin Grammy Awards, two Grammy Awards, nine MTV Awards, two NRJ Music Awards, nine ‘Premois Lo Nuestro’, even the National Prize. His achievement also includes nine Our Land Awards, Chile Telethon Foundation’s Medal of Solidarity, BMI President’s Award, and many more. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Juanes Tickets.
Juanes Loco De Amor Tour 2015
The Loco De Amour US Summer Tour, sponsored by Corona Extra, is all set to go. The performances will start in July. They will continue throughout July and August, with a special year-end performance in December at the American Airlines in Miami, FL. The tour announcement was made in the wake of Juanes’s heal whelming performance at the 57th Grammy awards held at the Staples Center in February 2015. He was the first artist, after Jenifer Lopez, to perform in Spanish during the telecast in over a decade. The critically praised tour will be going through several stops such as Madison Square and Nokia Theatre in L.A. The tour is to support his sixth studio album, Loco De Amor, which was released in March 2014 with Universal Music Latin.