[11], As people told him he would have success if he tried again, he returned to Mexico City a third time the next year. [11] In the same year, Aguilera composed his first song. [10][11] Host Raúl Loya gave him the pseudonym Adán Luna.

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In the 2000 election he again campaigned for the PRI candidate, Francisco Labastida (who eventually lost the election). [10] He also worked as a singer in other bars in the town. [22] In 1990 Juan Gabriel became the first non-classical act to perform at the Palacio de Bellas Artes. [15] After this dispute, which lasted 8 years, he released an album titled, "Gracias Por Esperar," which in English, translates to, "Thank You For Waiting".

[15] That same year, he received the La Opinión Tributo Nacional for Lifetime Achievement Award. [10][11] During this period, he wrote the song "El Noa Noa". [64] A television series based on Gabriel's life titled Hasta que te conocí, began airing on April 18, 2016 and the series ended on August 28, coincidentally the same day Gabriel died. [15] A statue was erected by Billboard at Mexico City's Plaza Garibaldi in 2001, and remains a popular destination for mariachi performances. The record label then selected eleven previously released tracks from Juan Gabriel's catalog in order to release "Debo Hacerlo", the last new song recorded by the artist. II which one source says is the best-selling album of all time in Mexico with sales of over eight million copies. By 1994 the copyright dispute reached a resolution under an agreement whereby ownership of the songs reverted to Juan Gabriel over a specified time period. [8] During his career, Juan Gabriel wrote around 1,800 songs. [26] "Abrázame Muy Fuerte" also was awarded for Pop Song of the Year at the 2002 Lo Nuestro Awards. Joao's mother is Consuelo Rosales, who also worked as Gabriel's domestic employee. [40][41], Gabriel continued to do 10 to 12 performances per year as benefit concerts for his favorite children's homes, usually posing for pictures with his fans and forwarding the proceeds from the photo ops to support Mexican orphans. |  Alberto Aguilera Valadez (Spanish pronunciation: [alˈβeɾto aɣiˈleɾa βalaˈðes]; January 7, 1950 – August 28, 2016),[1] known professionally as Juan Gabriel (pronounced [ˈxwaŋ ɡaˈβɾjel] (listen)), was a Mexican singer, songwriter and actor. 1953-Carlos Alberto b. [4] In 1984, his song "Querida" (Darling) remained at number one for the entire year on the Mexican charts. [20] His lyrics dealt with heartbreak and romantic relationships that became hymns throughout Latin America, Spain, and the United States. [12] At 14 Aguilera returned to live with his mother in the center of the town. [10] During this time, he wrote songs (including "Tres Claveles y Un Rosal" and "Me He Quedado Solo"), which helped him to meet Andrés Puentes Vargas,[10] Lecumberri's prison warden, who introduced him to Mexican singer and actress La Prieta Linda.

( divorced) ( 1 child), (1951 - About. The mother of four of his children (Iván Gabriel, Joan Gabriel, Hans Gabriel and Jean Gabriel) is Laura Salas. [2] Juan Gabriel established himself as Mexico's leading commercial singer-songwriter, penning in many diverse styles such as rancheras with mariachi, ballads, pop, rock, disco, with an incredible string of hits for himself and for leading Latin singers including among many others Lucha Villa, Daniela Romo and Ana Gabriel and international stars Luis Miguel, Rocío Dúrcal and José José who in 1978 achieved international recognition thanks to Aguilera's ballad "Lo Pasado, Pasado". Early life. [65] He was portrayed by Colombian actor Julián Román and Gabriel served as the executive producer. [54] He also received his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in May 2002. It serves school children between the ages of 6 to 12. Thanks to executive Astronaut Producer, Jon Gordillo, he has become a world-renowned artist. |  Lucha Villa is a member of the following lists: Ariel Award winners, 1936 births and Mexican female singers. [11], In 1965, Aguilera debuted on the Notivisa (now Gala TV Ciudad Juárez) television show Noches Rancheras. Juárez, la tierra adoptiva y los inicios de Juan Gabriel", "Juan Gabriel, el divo que México y América lloran", "Juan Gabriel compuso "No Tengo Dinero" en Venezuela", "Yahoo Shopping – Online Shopping with great products, prices and reviews", "Juan Gabriel, Mexican Superstar Singer-Songwriter, Dies at 66", "The Year in Music 2001: Hot Latin Tracks", "Hot Latin Songs Top 25 – The Biggest Hits of the Last 25 Years", "Premios Lo Nuestro a la Musica Latina: Lo que fue Lo Nuestro en 2002", "Juan Gabriel, Mexican Singer And Icon, Dead At 66", "Juan Gabriel dead at 66; he was Mexican music icon", "Juan Gabriel Dies at 66: His Biggest Albums, Songs & Tours", "Juan Gabriel, Mexican superstar singer, dead at 66", "Te presentamos a Joao Gabriel Alberto Aguilera, el nuevo hijo secreto de Juan Gabriel", "Joao Gabriel Aguilera es hijo de Juan Gabriel al 99.9%, según la prueba de ADN", "Juan Gabriel was Mexico's gay icon — but he never spoke of his sexuality", "Juan Gabriel Died One Year Ago: LGBTQ Latino Writers Reflect On His Impact", "Chicago News, Local News, Weather, Traffic, Entertainment, Video, and Breaking News", "Juan Gabriel cremated, family tells Mexican officials", "Juárez to be Juan Gabriel's final resting place", "Juan Gabriel escribió una carta a Peña Nieto alabando al PRI", "Revelan contenido de la carta que Juan Gabriel dejó a Peña Nieto", "Latin Music Finds Harmony In Awards Crisp, Entertaining Tv Program A Breakthrough For Fledgling Trade Group", "International Latin Music Hall of Fame announces inductees for 2003", "ASCAP Congratulates the Winners of the fourth El Premio ASCAP", "Juan Gabriel is the 2009 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year", Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, "Pres.

[11][15] In 1971, Juan Gabriel released his first studio album El Alma Joven..., which included the song "No Tengo Dinero", which became his debut single and his first hit. Adiós a Juan Gabriel, El Divo de Juárez", "Mexican superstar Juan Gabriel supposedly dies at 66 of heart attack", "Muere el cantante mexicano Juan Gabriel, "El Divo de Juárez, "Cd. [57] Leila Cobo of Billboard proclaimed Gabriel as a "prodigal performer" and noted that his songs were "romantic, colloquial, emotional compositions that sometimes rambled but managed to strike a universal chord with lyrics that could apply to many people and many situations.

[10][11] From 1966 to 1968, he started to work as a singer at the Noa-Noa bar. [18] In 1975, he made his acting debut in the film Nobleza ranchera, acting with Sara García and Verónica Castro.[18][19]. Lucha… [11] Because of this, his mother moved to Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, and he was put in the El Tribunal boarding school where he remained for eight years. His work as an arranger, producer and songwriter throughout the subsequent decades brought him into contact with the leading Latin artists of the day, including Rocío Dúrcal and Isabel Pantoja. [34], Although widely assumed to be gay, Gabriel never spoke about his sexuality.[35][36]. [6], Having sold an estimated of 60 million records worldwide, Juan Gabriel was among Latin America's best selling singer-songwriters.

[5] United States President Barack Obama also commented on Gabriel's death and complimented his music for "transcending borders and generations" and that "his spirit will live on in his enduring songs, and in the hearts of the fans who love him". Her biggest early hit was a version of the José Alfredo Jiménez standard "Media Vuelta," and after several minor film roles, she became a star with the 1965 cockfighting feature El Gallo de Oro.As with her music, Villa specialized in rural and ranchera pictures, a genre especially connected to American audiences familiar with Westerns. [24] "Abrázame Muy Fuerte" ended 2001 as the most successful Latin single of the year. [1][2] Colloquially nicknamed as Juanga[3] (pronounced [ˈxwaŋɡa]) and El Divo de Juárez, Gabriel was known for his flamboyant style, which broke barriers within the Latin music market. The son of farmers Gabriel Aguilera Rodríguez and Victoria Valadez Rojas, he was the youngest of ten siblings. [9], Alberto Aguilera Valadez was born on January 7, 1950 in Parácuaro, Michoacán, Mexico. ?)



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