Joan Sebastian

Joan Sebastian (born in Juliantla, Guerrero, on April 8, 1951) is a popular Mexican singer and songwriter. He has composed hundreds of songs and been a regular staple on the top-40 charts in Mexico since his career began in 1977. His music is a mixture of Latin pop, ranchera and grupera music. His success is not only found in music but also in his short acting career when he became the main protagonist of a Mexican soap opera. In 1996 he made his acting debut in the Mexican soap opera Tú y Yo (You and I) sharing credits with Maribel Guardia (his former wife and mother to one of his sons) the soap opera became an instant televised hit. He has won seven Latin Grammy Awards and four Grammy Award

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Latin Grammy Awards Of 2002 - Awards - Regional Mexican
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Premio Lo Nuestro 2004 - List of Nominees and Winners - Regional Mexican Category
... Palomo Soy Así - Límite Imperio - Tucanes de Tijuana Afortunado - Joan Sebastian Tu Amor o Tu Desprecio - Marco Antonio Solís 2) Best Male ...

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