Artist 


Juanes
   
Number of songs: 25 | Total weeks on charts: 1450
Appearing in a total number of: 104 charts | Total period running: 6157 days
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Juan Esteban Aristizábal Vásquez (born August 9, 1972), better known as Juanes (for the contraction of his first and second name), is a Colombian musician who was a member of the heavy metal band Ekhymosis and is now a solo artist. In 2000, his solo debut album Fíjate Bien won three Latin Grammy Awards. According to his record label, Juanes has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide.

Raised in Medellín, Colombia, Juanes began playing guitar at age seven. At age 15, He started his first band, Ekhymosis, in 1988, which went on to release five albums, achieving recognition in his native Colombia. The track "Sólo" from the album Niño Gigante in 1992 was very popular. In 1997 after the band broke up, Juanes continued solo and in 2000 he released the album, Fíjate Bien, which earned him three Latin Grammys. His follow-up album, Un Dia Normal, was released in 2002 and was later certified platinum in multiple countries throughout Latin America. Juanes' third album, Mi Sangre (2004), which became an international bestseller, managing to position well in a number of countries around the world, achieved success due to the single "La Camisa Negra". He has since released La Vida... Es Un Ratico (2007) and P.A.R.C.E. (2010). On May 29, 2012 Juanes released the album Juanes MTV Unplugged.

Altogether, there are several issues that protrude from its wide and varied repertoire. Songs like "Volverte A Ver", "Para Tu Amor", "A Dios Le Pido," "Es Por Ti" and the international hit "La Camisa Negra" (number one in several countries of the world), "Me Enamora" "Yerbatero", "La Señal" among many others, are part of the musical repertoire that has made the singer acknowledged.

According to his label, Universal Music, Juanes has won, among others, twenty Latin Grammy Awards (5 wins in the Grammy Awards on November 13, 2008) and two Grammy Awards. 9 MTV Awards, two NRJ Music Awards, 9 "Premios Lo Nuestro", 9 Our Land Awards, the highest awards possible in the International Song Festival of Viña del Mar (torches silver, silver gull, gold and symbolic) and a long list of awards to across the planet. In December 2009 he was awarded the National Prize for peace in his native Colombia in category honorary, in November 2011, as an artist of the decade chosen by millions of votes, in Shock Awards and December 4, 2011 is awarded Chile Telethon Foundation for the Medal of Solidarity during the final drive of the Chilean solidarity campaign for disabled children attending the institution.
Juanes received the BMI President's Award at the 2010 BMI Latin Awards. Juanes is also known for his humanitarian work, especially with aid for Colombian victims of anti-personnel mines.

On February 1, 2012, Juanes performed an acoustic concert for his live album MTV Unplugged which was released in May of that year.

On April 2013, Juanes released an autobiography titled, Chasing The Sun, in which he tells his story through narratives and pictures. The book is an intimate account of his life, success, and all the obstacles he overcame.

Juanes met model/actress Karen Martínez during the filming of his video "Podemos Hacernos Daño". On August 6, 2004 they were married. The couple separated in May 2007 after three years of marriage due to unresolved differences, but reconciled four months later.
They have three children together, two daughters: Luna Aristizábal Martínez (born September 6, 2003), Paloma Aristizábal Martínez (born June 2, 2005), and one son, Dante Aristizábal Martínez (born September 12, 2009).
Juanes is of Basque descent, is also a vegetarian and currently lives in Key Biscayne, Florida.

Discography:
Fíjate Bien (2000)
Un Día Normal (2002)
Mi Sangre (2004)
La Vida... Es Un Ratico (2007)
P.A.R.C.E. (2010)
Loco de Amor (2014)
Sources: Last.fm, Wikipedia


Juanes in the news
Juanes Returns To The Hollywood Bowl On September 5, 2018 (16/05/2018) Global Superstar J Balvin Announces North American 'Vibras Tour'! (23/04/2018)
Live Nation Launches 'National Concert Week' With $20 All-In Ticket Offer Celebrating Kickoff To Summer Season (23/04/2018) New Album 'Poo Bear Presents Bearthday Music' Available For Pre-Order (12/04/2018)
Ashley Pezzotti Sings At Arts Garage This Friday (21/03/2018) Wolf Trap Foundation Announces First Performances Of Summer 2018 At Wolf Trap National Park For The Performing Arts (01/02/2018)
Gustavo Angeles Produces Emerging Latin Alternative Album "Viento De Cambio" (09/01/2018) The 60th Annual Grammy Nominations 2018: Complete List (28/11/2017)
Luis Fonsi, J Balvin, Juanes, Steve Aoki, Alessia Cara, Logic, Maluma, French Montana And Alejandro Sanz To Perform At The 18th Annual Latin Grammy Awards (31/10/2017) Residente Leads Latin Grammy Nominations With Nine, Followed By Maluma With Seven, And Shakira With Six! (27/09/2017)
Alejandro Sanz Named 2017 Latin Recording Academy Person Of The Year (19/06/2017) Ozomatli Premiers Video For Como La Flor, One Of Selena's Biggest Hits (26/05/2017)
Grammy Nominee Thomas Rhett To Perform At The Inaugural $12 Million Pegasus World Cup On January 28, 2017 At Gulfstream Park (27/01/2017) Ozomatli To Debut Their New Album Non-Stop With An Exclusive Show At The World Famous Troubadour With Special Guests! (18/01/2017)
Digital Domain To Livestream 2016 Nobel Peace Prize Concert In 360° Virtual Reality (08/12/2016)
Songs by Juanes
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