[Sponsored] The Columbian superstar is bringing his record-breaking hits down-under as a Bluesfest sideshow
Juanes has racked up 23 Latin Grammies (more than anyone else in history) and 15 million album sales for his mellow, sultry, guitar-driven grooves. Since his solo debut in 2000, he's released seven studio albums and scored a 'Best Latin Pop' gong for his MTV Unplugged record. All this without ever crossing over into English-language lyrics, as many of his contemporaries have.
If you're not familiar with his work, imagine infectiously-catchy pop choruses, with hints of Jack Johnson and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers in "Under the Bridge" mode, with some traditional Latin sounds thrown in for good measure. It's chill, danceable and more than a little sexy.
Now, the beloved Latin musician is making his way to Australia, to play hits like "La Camisa Negra" and "Me Enamora". He's one of the headlining acts for Bluesfest, but he'll also be traveling down the east coast with Sydney and Melbourne sideshows.