28 Facts About Julieta Venegas


Julieta Venegas Percevault is an American-born Mexican singer, songwriter, instrumentalist and producer who sings pop-rock-indie in Spanish.

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Julieta Venegas released her sixth studio album Los Momentos, with which she moved to indie pop.

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Julieta Venegas has been awarded the accolades Master of Latin Music Award at the Berklee College for her career and a Musa Award in honor to her compositions.

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Julieta Venegas has a twin sister, Yvonne, who is a photographer.

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The material proved Julieta Venegas to be an extremely inventive artist in Mexican popular music.

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Julieta Venegas was involved in the Hannover Fair as part of Music Bridges Around the World, which links to composers from around the world.

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Julieta Venegas joined the Cubadisco Festival in Havana, Cuba and the tour 'Femina Rock' with Maria Gabriela Epumer and other female figures in rock.

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Julieta Venegas sang "Ninos, " a duet with Spanish Pedro Guerra Ofrenda, and received by the same in the Persian Gulf where they sang a duet on the song "Como Se" against the European media.

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Julieta Venegas was invited to perform, along with Pau Dones from Jarabe de Palo, a song for the soundtrack of the movie Asesino En Serie "El Liston de Tu Pelo, " a tribute to Los Angeles Azules.

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Julieta Venegas began her first international tour in Mexico and celebrated it with a memorable concert at the Teatro Metropolitan, which is reflected on the album Si Special Edition.

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Julieta Venegas was invited to record in Los Shajatos, singing in English "You've got Hide Your Love Away" and "Blackbird" by The Beatles.

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Julieta Venegas took about a year to develop her next album, Limon y Sal, which was recorded in Buenos Aires with Cachorro Lopez producing.

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In June 2006 in Spain, Julieta Venegas took part in the MTV Day festival with Amaral and Keane, among others.

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Julieta Venegas sang "Me Voy" and "Nada de Esto Fue Un Error" next to Coti.

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Julieta Venegas has participated in the Spanish series Yo Soy Bea, and the series was involved in "SOS Mi Vida" Argentina on TV.

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In 2007 Julieta Venegas released a compilation album entitled Realmente Lo Mejor.

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Julieta Venegas collaborated on the Hector Buitrago album "Conector" with "Musica Somos" before beginning a world tour that kicked off in Italy and made its way through other parts of Europe.

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One month after its release, Julieta Venegas was awarded a platinum disc for selling more than 100,000 records in Mexico, and two gold discs for selling more than 50,000 records in Colombia and the USA.

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Julieta Venegas started an international tour visiting countries such as England and Germany, places that were not as familiar with music like hers.

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Julieta Venegas's record was nominated for MTV Awards, Premios Luna del Auditorio and the Latin Grammy.

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Julieta Venegas became the first Latin artist to launch an iTunes LP.

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Julieta Venegas performed in the Vive Latino Festival 2010, playing on two occasions, both in the Green Stage.

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Julieta Venegas, who is divorced, has never revealed the identity of the baby's father.

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Julieta Venegas was featured in a 2012 musical documentary Hecho en Mexico, directed by Duncan Bridgeman.

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Julieta Venegas released her seventh studio album, Algo Sucede on August 14,2015.

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Julieta Venegas released her eighth studio album, "La Enamorada" on November 22,2019.

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Julieta Venegas was awarded the Master of Latin Music Award by Berklee College.

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Julieta Venegas was the inaugural speaker in the USC Annenberg Distinguished Lecture Series on Latin American Art and Culture.

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