Julieta Venegas
Julieta Venegas

Julieta Venegas

About Julieta Venegas

For more than two decades, pop-rock singer and multi-instrumentalist Julieta Venegas has found global success with her award-winning blend of Latin pop and alt-rock songwriting.

∙ She debuted in 1997 with the accordion-meets-alternative music hit “De Mis Pasos,” which was named one of VH1’s 100 Greatest Songs of the ’90s in Spanish.
∙ As a rising star, Venegas contributed a stylish revamp of José José’s 1970 smash “El Triste” to Un Tributo, a 1998 album honoring the Latin pop icon.
∙ Her 2003 album, , earned her a Latin Grammy win (Best Rock Solo Vocal Album) and three MTV Latin America Video Music Awards, including Artist of the Year.
∙ “Me Voy”—the waltzy hit from her 2006 international breakthrough, Limón y Sal—topped the charts in the US and Spain and was Top 20 single in Italy and Switzerland.
∙ The bouncy No. 1 hit “El Presente,” from her 2008 MTV Unplugged album, helped the LP sell more than 2.5 million copies and win two Latin Grammy Awards.
Rolling Stone included her 2000 release

  • HOMETOWN
    Tijuana, Mexico
  • BORN
    November 24, 1970

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