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Luis Miguel

  • Apr 19, 1970 (age 49)
  • 5' 10" (1.78 m)
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2018
Luis Miguel
TV ShowApr 22, 2018

Luis Miguel

Luis Miguel (stylized onscreen as Luis Miguel, la serie) is an …
Luis Miguel (stylized onscreen as Luis Miguel, la serie) is an American biographical television series produced by Gato Grande Productions along to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios for Netflix and Telemundo. It is an authorized version on the life of the Mexican singer Luis Miguel. It stars Diego Boneta as the titular character. Filming began on November 16, 2017.
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Best Regional Mexican Music Album (including Tejano)
Award2018

Best Regional Mexican Music Album (inc…

Won award for "¡México Por Siempre!".
Grammy Award
Best Regional Mexican Music Album (including Tejano)
Nomination2018

Best Regional Mexican Music Album (inc…

Nominated for "¡México Por Siempre!".
Grammy Award
2017
¡México Por Siempre!
AlbumNov 24, 2017

¡México Por Siempre!

¡México Por Siempre! stylized as ¡MÉXICO Por Siempre! …
¡México Por Siempre! stylized as ¡MÉXICO Por Siempre! (Forever Mexico) is the 20th studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. The album was released by Warner Music Mexico on 24 November 2017. The album won two Latin Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year, and also the Grammy Award for Best Regional Mexican Music Album.
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2011
Luis Miguel: Edicion de Lujo
AlbumJan 18, 2011

Luis Miguel: Edicion de Lujo

Luis Miguel: Edicion de Lujo released.
2010
Luis Miguel
AlbumSep 14, 2010

Luis Miguel

Luis Miguel is the self-titled nineteenth studio album …
Luis Miguel is the self-titled nineteenth studio album released worldwide by Mexican pop singer Luis Miguel on September 14, 2010. This album celebrates the singer's 30 years in music.
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1 + 1 = 2 Enamorados
AlbumJun 22, 2010

1 + 1 = 2 Enamorados

1 + 1 = 2 Enamorados released.
2009
No Culpes a La Noche
AlbumSep 22, 2009

No Culpes a La Noche

No Culpes a La Noche - The Club Remixes is a remix album …
No Culpes a La Noche - The Club Remixes is a remix album from Mexican singer Luis Miguel. The album made its debut on number 16 to later climb up to number 3 in the Top 100 Mexican Charts. Luis Miguel's latest work has been certified gold and platinum for shipments of over 120,000 copies. On States side, the album charted for a week at #180 on the Billboard 200 and peaked at number 4 in the Billboard Latin Albums Charts.
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2008
Daniel Basteri
ChildDecember 2008

Daniel Basteri

Daniel Basteri born.
Cómplices
AlbumMay 6, 2008

Cómplices

Cómplices is the 18th studio album by Mexican singer Luis …
Cómplices is the 18th studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. The album was released by WEA Latina on May 6, 2008. It is one of the most highly anticipated projects by the artist. The first rumors about this disc was that it was going to be a duet album, but it was not until March of that same year that the first details of the album were released. For this album, the singer received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Latin Pop Vocal Album.
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SongApr 27, 2008

Cómplices
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Lo  Mejor De Los Mejores: Centenary Collection
AlbumJan 1, 2008

Lo Mejor De Los Mejores: Centenary Col…

Lo Mejor De Los Mejores: Centenary Collection released.
Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination2008

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Cómplices".
Grammy Award
Nomination2008

World’s Best Selling Latin Artist

Nominated for World Music …
Nominated for World Music Award for World’s Best Selling Latin Artist.
World Music Award
2007
Serie Verde
AlbumSep 25, 2007

Serie Verde

Serie Verde released.
Miguel Basteri
Child2007

Miguel Basteri

Miguel Basteri born.
Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination2007

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Navidades Luis Miguel".
Grammy Award
2006
Navidades Luis Miguel
AlbumNov 14, 2006

Navidades Luis Miguel

Navidades is the …
Navidades is the seventeenth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel released on November 14, 2006. The album is the first "Christmas" album released by the singer and peaked at #51 on the Billboard 200 Chart. Two promo singles were released: "Mi Humilde Oración" and "Santa Claus Llegó a la Ciudad". The album was produced by Luis Miguel. Longtime collaborator Juan Carlos Calderón (along with Edgar Cortázar) did all the Spanish adaptations of the tracks.
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2005
Grandes Éxitos
AlbumNov 22, 2005

Grandes Éxitos

Grandes Éxitos (English: "Greatest Hits") is a greatest hits album …
Grandes Éxitos (English: "Greatest Hits") is a greatest hits album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. Released on 22 November 2005 by Warner Music Latina, the album features 24 previously-recorded songs from Miguel's career with his record label as well as two new songs ("Misterios del Amor" and "Si Te Perdiera"); both songs were released as singles from the album. A special edition of the record was also released and features six extra songs as well as a DVD containing music videos from Miguel's career. Grandes Éxitos received a favorable review by AllMusic critic, Thom Jurek who commended Miguel's trajectory as an artist. Commercially, it reached number one in Mexico and the top ten in Argentina, Spain, Portugal, and the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart in the United States. It was certified Multi-Platinum in Mexico and the United States (Latin) and Platinum in Spain.
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Los Tres Amigos
AlbumMay 31, 2005

Los Tres Amigos

Los Tres Amigos released.
Desde un Principio: Directo Al Corazon
AlbumApr 5, 2005

Desde un Principio: Directo Al Corazon

Desde un Principio: Directo Al Corazon released.
Nomination2005

Favorite Latin Artist

Nominated for American …
Nominated for American Music Award for Favorite Latin Artist.
American Music Award
Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album
Award2005

Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album

Won award for "México en la Piel".
Grammy Award
Aracely Arámbula
Relationship2005

Aracely Arámbula

Aracely Arámbula Jacques ([aɾaˈseli aˈɾambula ʝaks]; …
Aracely Arámbula Jacques ([aɾaˈseli aˈɾambula ʝaks]; born March 6, 1975 in Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico), known professionally as Aracely Arámbula, is a Mexican actress, model, singer, television personality and entrepreneur.
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Award2005

Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album

Won award for "México en la piel".
Grammy Award
Best Ranchero Album
Award2005

Best Ranchero Album

Won award for "México en la Piel".
Latin Grammy Award
Nomination2005

Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album

Nominated for "México en la piel".
Grammy Award
Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album
Nomination2005

Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album

Nominated for "México en la Piel".
Grammy Award
Best Ranchero Album
Nomination2005

Best Ranchero Album

Nominated for "México en la Piel".
Latin Grammy Award
2004
México en la Piel
AlbumNov 9, 2004

México en la Piel

México en la Piel (Mexico in the Flesh) is the sixteenth studio …
México en la Piel (Mexico in the Flesh) is the sixteenth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. Released on 9 November 2004 by Warner Music Latina, it is Miguel's first mariachi album. The record contains thirteen mariachi covers, accompanied by the Vargas de Tecalitlán folk ensemble. Armando Manzanero was its musical director, and Miguel its producer. The album was recorded at Ocean Way Recording in Hollywood, California in July 2004. A special edition, México en la Piel: Edición Diamante, was released on 5 September 2005 with two additional songs and a DVD with five music videos. Four singles were released from the album: "El Viajero", "Que Seas Feliz", "Sabes una Cosa", and "Échame a Mí la Culpa". "Mi Ciudad" was released as a single from the special edition.
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Music Awards Edition
AlbumSep 21, 2004

Music Awards Edition

Music Awards Edition released.
Sus primeros éxitos
AlbumApr 27, 2004

Sus primeros éxitos

Sus primeros éxitos released.
Best Male Pop Vocal Album
Nomination2004

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Nominated for "33".
Latin Grammy Award
2003
33
AlbumSep 30, 2003

33

33 is the fifteenth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. …
33 is the fifteenth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. It was released through Warner Music Latina on 30 September 2003. It is a pop record which contains pop ballads and uptempo disco numbers. The album was produced by Miguel and recorded in Hollywood, California. 33 was promoted by two singles: "Te Necesito" and "Un Te Amo". It was also promoted by a tour which lasted from 2003 to 2004. Several songwriters including Armando Manzanero, Juan Luis Guerra, and Kike Santander contributed to the compositions in the record.
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30 Éxitos Insuperables
AlbumMay 6, 2003

30 Éxitos Insuperables

30 Exitos Insuperables, is …
30 Exitos Insuperables, is another collection released by EMI Latin, with songs recorded by Mexican singer Luis Miguel through the first five years of his musical career. It was released on May 6, 2003.
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Serie de Oro: Grandes Exitos
AlbumMar 4, 2003

Serie de Oro: Grandes Exitos

Luis Miguel is a Mexican pop …
Luis Miguel is a Mexican pop singer. He is best known for his smooth, crooning vocals and romantic ballads. Luis Miguel has been one of the most popular singers in Latin America since the early 1980s, and is commonly referred to as El Sol de México ("The Sun of Mexico"). Luis Miguel has won four Latin Grammy Awards and five Grammy Awards, and received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at the age of 26.
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Nomination2003

Favorite Latin Artist

Nominated for American …
Nominated for American Music Award for Favorite Latin Artist.
American Music Award
Nomination2003

Record of the Year

Nominated for Latin Grammy Award for Record of the Year.
Latin Grammy Award
Nomination2003

Favorite Latin Artist

Nominated for American …
Nominated for American Music Award for Favorite Latin Artist.
American Music Award
Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination2003

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "33".
Grammy Award
2002
Mis Boleros Favoritos
AlbumOct 8, 2002

Mis Boleros Favoritos

Mis Boleros Favoritos …
Mis Boleros Favoritos (English: My Favorite Boleros) is a compilation album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. Released on 8 October 2002 by Warner Music Latina, it contains thirteen previously-recorded songs from the Romance-themed albums as well as a new track "Hasta Que Vuelvas". A special edition of the record was released on the same day and includes a DVD containing seven music videos from the bolero-themed discs. "Hasta Que Vuelvas" was released as a single for the album and peaked at number 16 on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart in the United States. Iván Adaime of AllMusic gave the album a 3.5 out of 5 star rating citing that the new song and music videos are the only incentives for fans to buy it and noted the album's purpose to end the Romance era. "Hasta Que Vuelvas" received a Latin Grammy nomination for Record of the Year in 2003. Commercially, Mis Boleros Favoritos peaked at number three on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart in the United States, number one in Spain, and number seven in Argentina.
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Latin Classics
AlbumOct 1, 2002

Latin Classics

Latin Classics released.
Solo lo Mejor: 20 Exitos
AlbumJan 29, 2002

Solo lo Mejor: 20 Exitos

Solo lo Mejor: 20 Exitos released.
Spanish Language Album of the Year
Nomination2002

Spanish Language Album of the Year

Nominated for "Mis Romances".
ALMA Award
2001
Mis Romances
AlbumJan 1, 2001

Mis Romances

Mis Romances (English: My Romances) is the fourteenth …
Mis Romances (English: My Romances) is the fourteenth studio album of Mexican singer Luis Miguel, released on 13 November 2001 by Warner Music Latina. It is the fourth album in the Romance series wherein Luis Miguel covers bolero standards from Latin America and includes two original compositions. Produced by Luis Miguel, the album was recorded at the Record Plant in Los Angeles, California with the participation of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Abbey Road Studios in London, England. The recording was promoted by three singles: "Amor, Amor, Amor", "Cómo Duele", and "Al Que Me Siga". It was further promoted by a tour in 2002 that had Luis Miguel performing in the United States, Latin America, and Spain. It was the highest-grossing tour of the year by a Latin artist in the U.S.
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Best Male Pop Vocal Album
Nomination2001

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Nominated for "Vivo".
Latin Grammy Award
2000
Vivo
AlbumOct 3, 2000

Vivo

Vivo (English: Live) is the third live album by Mexican singer …
Vivo (English: Live) is the third live album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. It was filmed at the Auditorio Coca-Cola concert hall in Monterrey, Mexico, where Miguel performed from 13 to 17 April 2000, as part of the second leg of his Amarte Es Un Placer Tour. Vivo was released in a live audio CD, DVD and VHS format. Vivo is the first Spanish-language live album to be released on NTSC, PAL, and DVD formats. The audio version was produced by Miguel while David Mallet directed the video album. The audio disc was released on 3 October 2000, while the video album was released on 24 October. Miguel's renditions of "Y" and "La Bikina", which he specifically performed during the concert shows in Mexico where he was joined by Cutberto Pérez's band Mariachi 2000, made available as singles for the album.
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SongOct 3, 2000

La Bikina
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Award2000

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Won award for "Tu mirada".
Latin Grammy Award
Album of the Year
Award2000

Album of the Year

Won award for "Amarte Es un Placer".
Latin Grammy Award
Nomination2000

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Nominated for "Tu mirada".
Latin Grammy Award
Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination2000

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Vivo".
Grammy Award
Album of the Year
Nomination2000

Album of the Year

Nominated for "Amarte Es un Placer".
Latin Grammy Award
1999
Amarte Es un Placer
AlbumSep 14, 1999

Amarte Es un Placer

Amarte Es un Placer (transl. Loving You Is a Pleasure) is the …
Amarte Es un Placer (transl. Loving You Is a Pleasure) is the thirteenth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. It was released by record label WEA Latina on 13 September 1999. Produced by Miguel, it is a pop album with R&B, pop ballad, and jazz influences. Miguel was more involved with the songwriting on this record than on earlier albums, and was assisted by other composers including Arturo Pérez, Armando Manzanero, and Juan Carlos Calderón. Despite the popularity of his contemporaries such as Ricky Martin and Enrique Iglesias crossing over to the English-language market, Miguel preferred at the time to sing and record in Spanish.
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Mariah Carey
Relationship1999

Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey (born March 27, 1969 or 1970) is an American …
Mariah Carey (born March 27, 1969 or 1970) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and record producer. Referred to as the "Songbird Supreme" by the Guinness World Records, she is noted for her five-octave vocal range, melismatic singing style, and signature use of the whistle register. She rose to fame in 1990 after signing to Columbia Records and releasing her eponymous debut album, which topped the US Billboard 200 for eleven consecutive weeks. Soon after, Carey became the only artist ever to have their first five singles reach number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, from "Vision of Love" to "Emotions".
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Nomination1999

Outstanding Performance by Individual i…

Nominated for "World Music Awards".
ALMA Award
Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination1999

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Amarte Es un Placer".
Grammy Award
1998
Todos Los Romances
AlbumAug 11, 1998

Todos Los Romances

Todos Los Romances (All the Romances) is a three-disc …
Todos Los Romances (All the Romances) is a three-disc compilation album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. Released on 11 August 1998 by WEA Latina, the record features the three previously released Romance-themed albums in which Miguel covered classic boleros in each of them: Romance (1991), Segundo Romance (1994), and Romances (1997). An editor for AllMusic rated the album four of five stars. Commercially, Todos Los Romances peaked at number four in Spain and was certified double Platinum in the country. It also achieved Gold status in Argentina and peaked at number 12 on the Billboard's Top Latin Albums in the United States.
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Un sol
AlbumJan 1, 1998

Un sol

...Un Sol (also known as 1 + 1 = 2 Enamorados) is the debut …
...Un Sol (also known as 1 + 1 = 2 Enamorados) is the debut studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. Released in 1982, when Miguel was eleven years old. The album peaked at #2 at the California's "Hot Latin LPs".
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Award1998

World’s Best Selling Latin Artist

Won World Music Award for …
Won World Music Award for World’s Best Selling Latin Artist.
World Music Award
Nomination1998

World’s Best Selling Latin Artist

Nominated for World Music …
Nominated for World Music Award for World’s Best Selling Latin Artist.
World Music Award
Nomination1998

Favorite Latin Artist

Nominated for American …
Nominated for American Music Award for Favorite Latin Artist.
American Music Award
1997
Romances
AlbumAug 12, 1997

Romances

Romances is the twelfth studio album by Mexican singer …
Romances is the twelfth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel, released on 12 August 1997, by WEA Latina. It is the third album of the Romance series, in which Miguel covers Latin songs from 1940 to 1978. Aside from Miguel, the production also involved arranger Bebu Silvetti, and Armando Manzanero, who directed all of Miguel's Romance albums. Romances consists of twelve cover versions and two new compositions by Manzanero and Silvetti. Recording took place in early 1997 at the Ocean Way recording studio in Los Angeles, California.
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Best Latin Pop Album
Award1997

Best Latin Pop Album

Won award for "Romances".
Grammy Award
SongJan 1, 1997

Por Debajo De La Mesa
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Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination1997

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Romances".
Grammy Award
1996
Nada Es Igual...
AlbumAug 20, 1996

Nada Es Igual...

Nada Es Igual... (English: Nothing Is the Same...) is the …
Nada Es Igual... (English: Nothing Is the Same...) is the eleventh studio album by Mexican recording artist Luis Miguel. It was released by WEA Latina on 20 August 1996. The album has a musical style similar to his previous pop album Aries (1993) on which Miguel performs power ballads and R&B tunes. Recording took place at the Record Plant Studios in February 1996, with production handled by Miguel and his longtime associate Kiko Cibrian. Its songwriting was assisted by Cibrian, Rudy Pérez, and Alejandro Lerner. The album was promoted by three singles: "Dame", "Cómo Es Posible Que a Mi Lado", and "Que Tú Te Vas"; the former became the most successful single reaching number two and number one on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs and Latin Pop Songs charts, respectively. To further promote the recording, Miguel launched the Tour America 1996 where he performed in several South American countries.
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Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination1996

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Nada Es Igual...".
Grammy Award
1995
El Concierto
AlbumOct 17, 1995

El Concierto

El Concierto (English: The Concert) is the second live album by …
El Concierto (English: The Concert) is the second live album by Mexican recording artist Luis Miguel, released on 17 October 1995 by WEA Latina. It was recorded from his performances at the National Auditorium in Mexico and at the Estadio Vélez in 1994 during his Segundo Romance Tour. The album features live covers of José Alfredo Jiménez's songs ("Si Nos Dejan", "Amanecí en Tus Brazos", and "El Rey"), which were previously unreleased. The first two songs were released as singles, the former reaching number one on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart and the latter peaking at number three on the same chart.
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1994
Romantico Desde Siempre
AlbumNov 29, 1994

Romantico Desde Siempre

Romantico Desde Siempre …
Romantico Desde Siempre Volume 1 and 2, are a compilation of romantic songs from the first albums by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. The Volume 1 was released on November 29, 1994 and the Volume 2 on 1997, both by EMI Latin. The first volume peaked at No. 26 on the Top Latin Albums chart.
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Segundo Romance
AlbumAug 30, 1994

Segundo Romance

Segundo Romance (English: Second Romance) is the …
Segundo Romance (English: Second Romance) is the tenth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel, released on 30 August 1994 through WEA Latina. Like Miguel's 1991 album Romance, Segundo Romance comprises cover versions of boleros (Latin ballads) written between 1934 and 1993. It was produced by Miguel with Juan Carlos Calderón, Kiko Cibrian and Armando Manzanero and recorded in early 1994 at the Record Plant in Los Angeles.
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Primer Impacto
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TV ShowFeb 14, 1994

Primer Impacto

Primer Impacto (First Impact) is a Spanish-language television …
Primer Impacto (First Impact) is a Spanish-language television news program broadcast by Univision in the U.S. and in Mexico weekdays at 5pm ET. A later program at 11pm ET/PT (Primer Impacto Extra) airs on Univision affiliates without a local news department (and the national cable feed), leading into the network's 11:30pm newscast, Noticiero Univision Edicion Nocturna. The principal anchors are Michelle Galván and Pamela Silva Conde. During the weekends the anchor is Natalia Cruz. Verónica Del Castillo also replaces anchors and have reporting duties from Mexico City. Jackie Guerrido does weather on weekdays and Paola Elorza does weather on weekends. Félix Fernández and Fernando Fiore present the sports segment Republica Deportiva.
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Best Latin Pop Album
Award1994

Best Latin Pop Album

Won award for "Segundo Romance".
Grammy Award
Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination1994

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Segundo Romance".
Grammy Award
1993
SongJun 22, 1993

Hasta que me olvides
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Aries
AlbumJun 22, 1993

Aries

Aries is the ninth studio album by Mexican recording artist Luis …
Aries is the ninth studio album by Mexican recording artist Luis Miguel. It was released by WEA Latina on 22 June 1993. After attaining commercial success in 1991 with his previous album, Romance, Miguel decided to return to a style similar to his earlier work, featuring pop ballads and dance numbers with R&B influences. The record was produced by Miguel, who was assisted by Kiko Cibrian, Rudy Pérez, David Foster, and Juan Luis Guerra.
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Nomination1993

MTV Internacional

Nominated for "América".
International Viewer's Choice Award
Best Latin Pop Album
Award1993

Best Latin Pop Album

Won award for "Aries".
Grammy Award
Award1993

MTV Internacional

Won award for "América".
International Viewer's Choice Award
Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination1993

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Aries".
Grammy Award
1992
América & en Vivo
AlbumSep 29, 1992

América & en Vivo

América & en Vivo is a live extended play (EP) by …
América & en Vivo is a live extended play (EP) by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. It was released on 25 September 1992 by WEA Latina. The EP consists of three live versions of "Inolvidable", No Sé Tú", and "Contigo en la Distancia" from his performance at the National Auditorium in Mexico during his Romance Tour in 1992 as well as a new track "America, America", originally performed by Nino Bravo. "America, America" was released as a single and peaked at number 20 on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart. The EP was rated three out of five stars by an editor on AllMusic and received a positive review from Mario Taradell of the Miami Herald, who praised his vocals and the production of the EP. América & En Vivo peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Latin Pop Albums chart and was certified platinum in Argentina by the Argentine Chamber of Phonograms and Videograms Producers (CAPIF).
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El Idolo De Mexico
AlbumJun 30, 1992

El Idolo De Mexico

El Idolo De Mexico released.
Nomination1992

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Romance: En Vivo".
Grammy Award
Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination1992

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Romance".
Grammy Award
1991
Romance
AlbumNov 19, 1991

Romance

Romance is the eighth studio album by Mexican singer …
Romance is the eighth studio album by Mexican singer Luis Miguel. It was released by WEA Latina on 19 November 1991. Although the production was originally intended as another collaboration with Juan Carlos Calderón, that plan was scrapped when Calderón was unable to compose songs for the album. Facing a new-material deadline in his recording contract, at his manager's suggestion Miguel chose bolero music for his next project. Mexican singer-songwriter Armando Manzanero was hired by WEA Latina to co-produce the album with Miguel. Recording began in August 1991 at Ocean Way Recording in Hollywood, California, with Bebu Silvetti the arranger.
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1990
SongJun 5, 1990

Entrégate
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20 Años
AlbumMay 18, 1990

20 Años

20 años is the seventh studio album recorded by Mexican …
20 años is the seventh studio album recorded by Mexican singer Luis Miguel, It was released by WEA Latina on May 18, 1990. The album was produced by Spanish singer-songwriter, composer and record producer Juan Carlos Calderón, who had worked on the two previous albums by Luis Miguel, and was a massive success across Latin-America, Spain, and with Hispanic listeners in the United States. Almost all the tracks of the album were played on the radio, but the songs officially issued as singles are "Tengo Todo Expecto A Tí", "Entrégate", "Amante del Amor", "Hoy el aire huele a ti", "Más allá de todo" and "Será que no me amas". In 1991, the album received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album in the 33rd Annual Grammy Awards and for Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Album of the Year at the 3rd Lo Nuestro Awards.
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Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination1990

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "20 Años".
Grammy Award
Nomination1990

World’s Best Selling Latin Artist

Nominated for World Music …
Nominated for World Music Award for World’s Best Selling Latin Artist.
World Music Award
Award1990

World’s Best Selling Latin Artist

Won World Music Award for …
Won World Music Award for World’s Best Selling Latin Artist.
World Music Award
1989
SongJul 20, 1989

Fría como el viento
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Michelle Salas
ChildJune 1989

Michelle Salas

Michelle Salas born.
Stephanie Salas
Relationship1989

Stephanie Salas

Stephanie Salas (born Stephanie Salas Pasquel; 5 February …
Stephanie Salas (born Stephanie Salas Pasquel; 5 February 1970) is a Mexican singer/actress. Stephanie Salas was born into one of the most famous showbusiness families in all of Mexico. She is the daughter of actress Silvia Pasquel; she is the granddaughter of legendary actress Silvia Pinal; and actor Rafael Banquells; she is the niece of singers Alejandra Guzmán and Rocío Banquells. She has a daughter, Michelle Salas (b. 1989), with singer Luis Miguel.
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1988
Busca una Mujer
AlbumNov 25, 1988

Busca una Mujer

Busca una mujer, or commonly known as Un Hombre Busca …
Busca una mujer, or commonly known as Un Hombre Busca Una Mujer, is the sixth studio album by superstar Luis Miguel. It was produced by Juan Carlos Calderón, and released on November 25, 1988, as the second album released with Warner Music. The first single (and most successful) was "La Incondicional" which spent seven months on the top ten of many charts in Latin America. The success of this single almost overshadowed the rest of the singles released from the album ("Fría Como El Viento", "Culpable O No (Mienteme Como Siempre)", "Un Hombre Busca Una Mujer", "Esa Niña", "Por Favor Señora", "El Primero" and "Separados"). The titled was simply Busca Una Mujer since his name would complement the title (i.e. meaning Luis Miguel Busca Una Mujer).
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1987
Puto
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MovieNov 4, 1987

Puto

Puto released.
SongJan 1, 1987

Ahora te puedes marchar
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Soy Como Quiero Ser
AlbumJan 1, 1987

Soy Como Quiero Ser

Soy Como Quiero Ser is the fifth studio album recorded by …
Soy Como Quiero Ser is the fifth studio album recorded by Mexican singer Luis Miguel and his first album to be released by WEA Latina on June 9, 1987 (see 1987 in music). The album was subtitled "Luis Miguel '87: Soy Como Quiero Ser" and was the first of many collaborations with longtime producer Juan Carlos Calderón. The singers Laura Branigan and Rocío Banquells appear on two of the album's tracks. The majority of the songs included are covers from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. In 1988, the album it received a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album in the 30th Annual Grammy Awards, losing to Un Hombre Solo by Julio Iglesias.
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Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination1987

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Soy Como Quiero Ser".
Grammy Award
1985
Noi ragazzi di oggi
AlbumJan 1, 1985

Noi ragazzi di oggi

Noi ragazzi di oggi released.
Canta en italiano
AlbumJan 1, 1985

Canta en italiano

Canta en italiano released.
1984
Ya nunca más
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MovieJan 19, 1984

Ya nunca más

A young teenage boy with a zest for sports and singing is …
A young teenage boy with a zest for sports and singing is seriously injured in a motorcycle accident. The story revolves around his shock at the way his life has changed and his difficulty in coping with his new reality. The boy, played by Latin singing star Luis Miguel at age 14, sings several songs in the movie.
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Nomination1984

Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album

Nominated for Grammy …
Nominated for Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album.
Grammy Award
Award1984

Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album

Won Grammy Award for Best …
Won Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album.
Grammy Award
Ya nunca más
AlbumJan 1, 1984

Ya nunca más

Ya nunca más is a soundtrack album for a movie of the …
Ya nunca más is a soundtrack album for a movie of the same title by Luis Miguel, which was released in 1984. Miguel had a major role in the film of the same name which was his film debut.
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Nomination1984

Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album

Nominated for "Me Gustas Tal Como Eres".
Grammy Award
Award1984

Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album

Won award for "Me Gustas Tal Como Eres".
Grammy Award
1970
Luis Miguel
BirthApril 1970

Luis Miguel

Luis Miguel was born.
1969
Siempre en Domingo
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TV ShowDec 14, 1969

Siempre en Domingo

Siempre en Domingo (translated Always on Sunday) was a …
Siempre en Domingo (translated Always on Sunday) was a Mexican variety show created and hosted by Raúl Velasco. The show aired on Televisa from December 14, 1969 until April 19, 1998 when Velasco retired.
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