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Very happy and honored, so were the words of Juanes when he shared last Thursday on his social networks who will be in charge of opening the next Rolling Stones concert through their “No Filter Tour” tour, in Dallas, Texas. After having achieved success with his tenth album ‘Origen’, the Colombian singer-songwriter will have the honor of sharing the stage with the British rock band for the second time. The first time it was in 2016 when ‘The Rolling Stones’ was presented in Bogotá, at the El Campín stadium, and on that occasion Mick Jagger surprised everyone present with the presence of Juanes, who accompanied the melody ‘Beast of Burden’ with his acclaimed electric guitar.
“Dallas !! See you again next Tuesday with the @RollingStones Very happy and honored to be able to be part of this show, ”Juanes said on his Twitter account to share the news with his followers. Subsequently, the Colombian artist will appear before all his fans this next Tuesday November 2 at Cotton Bawl Stadium, Texas stadium that has a capacity of 92,100 spectators.
Juanes has been part of a career full of successes and achievements that he himself could not imagine. His great milestones led him to be chosen by the magazine TIME What “one of the 100 most influential people in the world”And was recognized by The New York Times for“most popular singer-songwriter in Latin America… a moving poet with an electric guitar ”.
It has a total of 26 Latin Grammy Awards throughout his career; being the highest record achieved by a Colombian singer and has sold more of 16 million albums worldwide. He has also had the honor of making symbolic appearances on various Hispanic television programs, including the Grammy Awards, The ‘Tonight Show’, ‘the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, among many others.
It should be noted that Rolling Stones will wrap up their “No Filter Tour” on November 23 through a concert at the Hard Rock Live venue in Hollywood. The British band made their first American tour without the presence of Charlie Watts, the iconic drummer who passed away in August this year at the age of 80.
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