Mexican performer Luis Miguel is an international star who is
loved for both his well-produced albums and his strong live performances. Since
1990, he has been the most popular performer in Latin America. In the United
States, he has become the only Latino artist to have two Spanish language
albums, "Romance" and "Segundo Romance" go platinum. Both are comprised of
tender South American romantic songs.
In the U.S., Luis Miguel has earned multiple Grammys. "Segundo Romance" won him
one of them. It also earned Miguel a total of 34 platinum records throughout
South and Central America in 1995. Follow-up releases included "Musipistas."
In 1996 Luis Miguel was asked to record "Sueña" for Disney's "Hunchback of Notre
Dame" soundtrack, which was then included on his new album "Nada Es Igual." He
had also previously recorded the hit, "No Se Tú," as the theme for the film
"Nada Es Igual" was released and sold 1.3 million in a record amount of time,
going platinum 30 times over. Booking Luis Miguel www.grabow.biz
"Dame," the first single from the album, went to Number #1 within a week on all
Spanish-language US radio stations and all radio playlists in Mexico, Central
and South America, and Spain.
In the same year, the organizing committee of the Hollywood Walk of Fame honored
Luis Miguel with a Star on the famous Hollywood Boulevard. Once again he broke
records for fan attendance. In October 1996, Luis Miguel undertook his "Tour
America 1996" through South America playing Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay,
Peru and Ecuador and adding for the first time Brazil, where his concerts were
highly successful. Luis Miguel became the highest paid Latin artist ever to
perform in Las Vegas and he was invited to sing at Caesars Palace televised
thirtieth anniversary celebration.
He co-starred in the film "Fiebre de Amor," and also appeared on its soundtrack.
"Amarte Es un Placer" followed a year later. Miguel's international stardom was
again recognized in fall 2000 - he won two Grammys (Male Pop Vocal Performance
and Best Pop Album) for "Amarte Es un Placer" at the first annual Latin Grammy