Juanes - Festival Jardins Pedralbes








Born and raised in Medellín, Colombia, Juanes is unquestionably Latin rock’s leading global ambassador and champion for social change. Hailed by Time as "one of the 100 most influential people in the world" and the New York Times as "Latin America's hottest singer-songwriter...a soulful poet with electric guitar," Juanes is the only artist with two songs on Billboard’s Top Five Latin Pop Songs of All Time list. He has 12 no. 1 U.S. singles to his credit and dozens of groundbreaking Spanish-language television appearances including the Grammy broadcast, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and The Tonight Show, among others. He has collected a staggering 25 Grammy and Latin Grammy awards. Known for his distinctive sound that fuses a deep love of rock and pop music with smartly crafted, multilayered songwriting and a deep reverence for the traditional folk and other indigenous rhythms of Colombia and Latin America, Juanes has sold millions of records around the world. He was honored as the most recent Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year, recognizing his "creative artistry, unprecedented humanitarian efforts, support for rising artists, and philanthropic contributions to the world."

On his tenth and most recent album “ORIGEN,” winner of the Latin Grammy for Best Pop/Rock Album in 2021, and the landmark documentary of the same name, Juanes passionately returns to his guitar-driven rock roots to share a brilliant collection that reinvents some of the most important songs and artists, which shaped his own style and musical vision.