Who is juanes?

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Juanes is a Spanish Pop/Rock singer from Medellin, Colombia. He first started from a band called Ehkymosis and later went solo. He currently has four albums out: Fijate Bien, Un Dia Normal, Mi Sangre ,and La Vida es un Ratico. He currently has a new hit single called :Odio Por Amor. He is a human activist and most of his songs relate around stopping wars, changing the world, and helping our each other. He has won various Grammys and is currently about to end his tour "La Vida es Un Ratico."

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What type of music does Juanes sing?

Spanish Pop and Rock

Who are the Ten top latin singers?

1 .Shakira(now) 2.Enrique Inglesias (now) 3.Thalia 4. Camilo Sesto 5.Jennifer Lopez 6.Ricky Martin 7.Alehandro Sanz 8.Juanes 9.Juan Luis Guerra 10.Gloria Estefan

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Adolfo Aguilar has: Performed in "La flecha envenenada" in 1957. Performed in "La pandilla se divierte" in 1959. Performed in "Memorias de mi general" in 1961. Performed in "El pandillero" in 1961. Performed in "Agente XU 777" in 1963. Performed in "La garra del leopardo" in 1963. Performed in "Juan guerrero" in 1963. Performed in "Lupe Balazos" in 1964. Performed in "Los reyes del volante" in 1965. Performed in "Los dos rivales" in 1966. Performed in "Los cuatro Juanes" in 1966. Performed in "Hombres de roca" in 1966. Performed in "Vestidas y alborotadas" in 1968. Performed in "Una noche bajo la tormenta" in 1969. Performed in "Santo contra los jinetes del terror" in 1970.

What is the largest indoor concert attendance in the United States?

Top 15 largest concert crowds:Queen, Sydney [2,000,273]Monsters Of Rock festival, Moscow headlined by AC/DC, Tushino Airfield [1,600,000+] (**)Peace without Border Concert, (2nd edition) Havana sep 20, 2009 [1,500,000] (***Rolling Stones Feb 2006 at Copacabana Beach [1,500,000]Garth Brooks in Central Park [980,000] (****)New York Philharmonic in Central Park [800,000]Steve Wozniak's 1983 US Festival [670,000]Summer Jam at Watkins Glen [600,000+]Isle of Wight Festival [600,000]Tokio Hotel in Paris, France [500,000+]Simon & Garfunkel in Central Park [500,000]Genesis, Turn It on Again: The Tour in Rome [500,000]Toronto SARS Benefit [450,000]Woodstock 1969 [400,00]Rock in Rio 1985 headlined by Queen and Iron Maiden [300,000]Jean-Michel Jarre performed 4 concerts over 1,000,000 people:1979 - Guinness Book of Records entry for the biggest concert ever (La Concorde):[1,000,000]1987 - New Guinness Book of Records entry for the biggest concert ever (Rendez-Vous Houston):[1,500,000]1990 - New Guinness Book of Records entry for the biggest concert ever (Paris La Defense: A City in Concert): [2,000,000]1997 - New Guinness Book of Records entry for the biggest concert ever with 3.5 million watching at Moscow's 850th anniversary(*) The first item on the list seems to be genuine, making Rod Stewart's Copacabana gig the biggest ever concert, with 3.5 million spectators.Stewart was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994. On 31st December on the same year he played in front on 3.5 million people on Copacabana Beach in Rio. This became and still is the largest audience for a gig ever. It has been noted, however, that it was also New Year's Eve.(**) September 28th 1991, Metallica appeared as Special guests of Monsters Of Rock tour in Moscow, Tushino Airfield. Bands included AC/DC, Metallica, E.S.T., Black Crowes, Pantera. Legend has it that the President of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev personally invited the band to play at the concert.(***) Peace without Border Concert held at Revolution Square, in Havana, featured 15 artists from six countries, including Colombian rocker Juanes, Puerto Rican tropical music star Olga Tañon, Spanish pop singer Miguel Bose, plus Cuban singer song-writter Silvio Rodriguez, hip-hop trio Orishas, Van Van orchestra and others.(****) In May of 1998, the New York Fire Department officially announced the final attendee numbers for Garth Brooks in Central park at 980,000 people.

What movie and television projects has Larry Esguerra been in?

Luis Aguilar has: Played Rafael in "Soy puro mexicano" in 1942. Played Luis in "Sota, caballo y rey" in 1944. Performed in "Caminos de sangre" in 1945. Performed in "Guadalajara pues" in 1946. Performed in "Los cristeros" in 1947. Performed in "El gallo giro" in 1948. Played Arturo Centella in "Una aventura en la noche" in 1948. Performed in "Charro a la fuerza" in 1948. Played Luis Coronado in "El muchacho alegre" in 1948. Played Cantante in "Comisario en turno" in 1949. Performed in "Tres hombres malos" in 1949. Played Abelardo Segurola in "Arriba el norte" in 1949. Played Antonio in "Rondalla" in 1949. Performed in "Dos gallos de pelea" in 1950. Played Rafael in "Primero soy mexicano" in 1950. Played Luis Landa, El tigre enmascarado in "El tigre enmascarado" in 1951. Performed in "Yo fui una callejera" in 1952. Performed in "Las interesadas" in 1952. Played Enrique Murillo in "La hija del ministro" in 1952. Performed in "Porque peca la mujer" in 1952. Played Alberto in "Nadie muere dos veces" in 1953. Played Chabelo Cruz in "Tal para cual" in 1953. Played Luis in "Genio y figura" in 1953. Played Gonzalo in "Los solterones" in 1953. Performed in "Nuevo amanecer" in 1954. Performed in "El charro inmortal" in 1955. Played Rodolfo, el Cancionero in "El 7 leguas" in 1955. Played Guillermo Torres in "Al diablo las mujeres" in 1955. Performed in "Lola Torbellino" in 1956. Performed in "No me olvides nunca" in 1956. Performed in "Besos prohibidos" in 1956. Played Reinaldo in "El jinete sin cabeza" in 1957. Played Pedro in "Locos peligrosos" in 1957. Played Luis in "Los tres bohemios" in 1957. Performed in "La cabeza de Pancho Villa" in 1957. Played Luis Aguilar, cantante in "Teatro del crimen" in 1957. Played Luis in "Los chiflados del rock and roll" in 1957. Performed in "Pies de gato" in 1957. Played Luis, alias El Zorro Escarlata in "El Zorro escarlata en la venganza del ahorcado" in 1958. Played Cantante in "El boxeador" in 1958. Performed in "Locura musical" in 1958. Performed in "Carabina 30-30" in 1958. Performed in "Socios para la aventura" in 1958. Played himself in "Quiero ser artista" in 1958. Played Luis, alias El Zorro Escarlata in "El regreso del monstruo" in 1959. Played Conrado Garza y Cuervo in "Bendito entre las mujeres" in 1959. Played Zorro Escarlata in "El Zorro Escarlata" in 1959. Played El Gallo Giro in "Tan bueno el giro como el colorado" in 1959. Played Luis in "La estampida" in 1959. Played Luis Leal in "Ando volando bajo" in 1959. Played El Ranchero Solitario in "La calavera negra" in 1960. Performed in "El correo del norte" in 1960. Performed in "Yo no me caso compadre" in 1960. Performed in "Dicen que soy hombre malo" in 1960. Played Miguel Marmolejo in "De tal palo tal astilla" in 1960. Played Coronel Arturo Ceballos Rico in "Juana Gallo" in 1961. Performed in "El enmascarado justiciero" in 1961. Played Lauro in "La diligencia de la muerte" in 1961. Played Juan Antonio in "Remolino" in 1961. Played Mauro in "Tres tristes tigres" in 1961. Played Pedro in "Mi noche de bodas" in 1961. Played Luis in "La venganza de la sombra" in 1962. Played Luis in "La trampa mortal" in 1962. Performed in "El Zorro vengador" in 1962. Played Chui in "Contra viento y marea" in 1962. Played Lupe in "Los cinco halcones" in 1962. Played Lucas in "El mariachi canta" in 1963. Performed in "Los expatriados" in 1964. Performed in "Los hermanos Muerte" in 1964. Performed in "Agarrando parejo" in 1964. Performed in "Audaz y bravero" in 1965. Played Luis in "Escuela para solteras" in 1965. Performed in "El tigre de Guanajuato: Leyenda de venganza" in 1965. Played Roberto Salas in "Duelo de pistoleros" in 1966. Performed in "Los tres salvajes" in 1966. Performed in "El fugitivo" in 1966. Performed in "El comandante Furia" in 1966. Played Juan sin Miedo in "Los cuatro Juanes" in 1966. Performed in "Gallo corriente, gallo valiente" in 1966. Performed in "Los gavilanes negros" in 1966. Performed in "El silencioso" in 1967. Performed in "Duelo en El Dorado" in 1969. Performed in "Siete muertes para el texano" in 1971. Performed in "La chamuscada (Tierra y libertad)" in 1971. Played Valente Rojas Sr. in "El ausente" in 1972. Performed in "Manuel Saldivar, el texano" in 1972. Performed in "El sargento Perez" in 1973. Performed in "Los galleros de Jalisco" in 1974. Performed in "Los tres compadres" in 1975. Played Defender Lawyer of Soledad in "Soledad" in 1981. Played Gabriel in "Muchachita" in 1986. Performed in "Nacido para matar" in 1986. Played Gregorio in "Victoria" in 1987. Performed in "La rielera" in 1988. Performed in "Programado para morir" in 1989. Performed in "A gozar, a gozar, que el mundo se va acabar" in 1990. Performed in "Muerto al hoyo... y el vivo tambien" in 1990. Performed in "Maria la guerrillera" in 1991. Performed in "La metralleta infernal" in 1991. Performed in "El gran reto - Lola la Trailera 3" in 1991. Performed in "Alto poder" in 1992. Performed in "El tigre de la frontera" in 1992. Played himself in "Memoria del cine mexicano" in 1993. Performed in "El reloj de la muerte" in 1993. Performed in "Crimen en Chihuahua" in 1995. Played Amogo 1 in "En los cascos de un caballo" in 1997. Played himself in "Pedro Infante: La trayectoria" in 2008.