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

    Tijuana, Mexico
  • BORN
    November 24, 1970

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