How To Book JUAN LUIS GUERRA For Your Event!
Juan Luis Guerra and 440 may be available for your next special event!
Hits include: "Palomita Blanca",
Des Tu Carino", "Viviré",
"El Costo de la Vida",
"La Llave De Mi Corazon",
"Las Avispas", "Burbujas de Amor",
"El Niagara en Bicicleta",
"Estrellitas y Duendes",
"Coronita de Flores", "Mal de Amor",
"Señales de Humo",
"Frio Frio", "Para Ti", "Como Yo".
How to Hire JUAN LUIS GUERRA For Your Event!
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GRAMMY and LATIN
GRAMMY winning Juan Luis Guerra Seijas (born 7 June 1957) is a Dominican
musician, singer, composer, and record producer. He has sold more than 30
million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling Latin music
artists. Throughout his career, he has won numerous awards including 23 Latin
Grammy Awards, three Grammy Awards, and one Latin Billboard Music Award. Guerra
won 3 Latin Grammy Awards in 2010, including Album of the Year. In 2012, he won
the Latin Grammy Award for Producer of the Year.
Juan Luis Guerra
is one of the most internationally recognized Latin artists of recent decades.
His popular style of merengue and Latin fusion has garnered him considerable
success throughout Latin America. He is also credited for popularizing bachata
music on a global level and is often associated with the genre, although his
distinct style of bachata features a more traditional bolero rhythm and
aesthetic mixed with bossa-nova influenced melodies and harmony in some of his
songs. He does not limit himself to one style of music, instead, his music
incorporates a wide arrange of diverse rhythms such as merengue, bachata,
bolero, balada, fusion, salsa, cumbia, mambo, cha-cha-cha, pop, rock and roll,
reggae, classical, R&B, folk, blues, jazz, funk, soul, rock, hip-hop/rap, son
cubano, and religious, amongst many others.
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In November 2005,
Guerra was awarded with two awards at the 6th Annual Latin Grammy Awards for
Best Christian Album (Spanish Language) and Best Tropical Song for "Las
In January 2006,
Juan Luis Guerra performed at Berklee's 60th anniversary, along with other
artists, such as Paul Simon,
Michel Camilo and Chiara Civello. That same year, he recorded with Diego Torres
in "Abriendo Caminos" (Opening roads) and with
Maná in "Bendita Tu Luz" (Blessed Be
Your Light). On 6 April 2006, Guerra was honored as a BMI Icon at the 13th
annual BMI Latin Awards. Named BMI's 1995 Latin Songwriter of the Year, Guerra's
songwriting has garnered 14 BMI Latin Awards.
Juan Luis Guerra
set records for the highest-grossing music tour when he opened for
The Rolling Stones'
A Bigger Bang Tour at their San Juan, Puerto Rico show in February 2006.
He was also invited by Sting to
sing with him at a concert at Altos de Chavón, La Romana, in the Dominican
Republic in 2006.
At the Premio Lo
Nuestro awards in 2007, he was given the honorary lifetime achievement award. He
also performed the lead single of his new album, "La Llave De Mi Corazón",
released in March 2007. Guerra won more than 20 awards with this CD, including 5
Latin Grammy Awards, 6 Premios Casandra awards, 4 billboard Awards, 2 lo nuestro,
and one Grammy Award.
In 2007, Juan Luis
Guerra was awarded the Excellence Award at the 2007 Lo Nuestro Awards.
Guerra was honored at the Latin Grammy Awards in the same year with 5 awards,
sweeping each category he was nominated in: Record of the Year, Album of the
Year, Song of the Year, Best Tropical Song, and Best Merengue Album. Its
engineers, Allan Leschhorn, Luis Mansilla, Ronnie Torres, and Adam Ayan, were
also awarded Best Engineered Album. The night before the Latin Grammy Awards, he
received the Academy's Person of the Year Award for his contribution to Latin
music and for his philanthropy.
In 2012, he
collaborated with the Spanish singer
Miguel Bosé on his
album, Papitwo, in the song "Yo creo en Ti".
includes 14 studio albums, two live albums and forty-eight singles.
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