Julieta Venegas Tickets for Sale

Background- She wrote the song "Pobre de Ti," that made the band, Tijuana No!, popular and put the band on the Mexican music map and Julieta became everyone's "to watch" list.

Though her parents were into the profession of photography, but she decided to dedicate herself to music. When she was only eight years old, she was hopping between piano lessons, voice lessons, music theory classes as well as cello lessons either at La Escuela de Música del Noroeste or Southwestern College in San Diego. She had finished all her music lesson even before she completed her high school! While, she was still in school, she started playing with various bands, such as Grupo Chantaje and Tijuana No!. With Tijuana No!, she composed "Pobre de Ti", which latter became one of the hits.

When she was 22 years old, she moved to Mexico City, so as to acquaint herself with the vibrant music scene of the city. Armed with her talent and beauty, she was able to attract a host of musicians and among them was Fratta and Café Tacuba. During this time, she was given the chance to writed music for various plays during this time, including Calígula Probablemente by Francisco Franco. She also started playing the accordion. After some time, she started her own band called la Milagrosa, along with Fratta and Rafael González. She dropped the idea later on, to start her solo project when she was offered a contract with BMG. She started working for her solo project along with esteemed producer Gustavo Santaolalla (Café Tacuba, Juanes, the Amores Perros soundtrack) and recorded her debut solo "Aquí", in Los Angeles. Not only she sang the songs and wrote them, she has also played the accordion, piano, and guitar, in the album. This album featured a number of guests-brothers Joselo and Enrique Rangel (Café Tacuba), Rafael González (Botellita de Jerez), and Patricio Iglesias (Santa Sabina). The album was not only released throughout Latin America but throughout in the United States and Spain. The album was a huge hit and was also critically acclaimed. She then embarked on a tour- De Viva Voz tour with Ely Guerra and Aurora y la Academia (which stretched across North America) and the Calaveras y Diablitos tour with los Fabulosos Cadillacs and Aterciopelados (which hit the major cities of Spain). She has also worked with a number of other artists albums such as Enrique Bunbury, Mastretta and also in different soundtracks, En el País de No Pasa Nada, Amores Perros. She was also invited to perform at various major festivals.
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She has released her second album, "Bueninvento", in the year 2000, that emphasized fully on rock and also features some veteran sessionmen: Joe Gore (guitar), Fernando Saunders (bass), Joey Waronker (drums), and Rick Boston (sax, flutes). As her fame spread, she was invited to perform in shows as well as other albums such as the Revolución tour with Jaguares, Jumbo, la Gusana Ciega, and Lisa Flores; the Fémina Rock tour with Aterciopelados, Maria Gabriela Epumer, and others; and the films Demasiado Amor, Sueno del Caimán, Asesino en Serio, María Llena Eres de Gracia, and Subterra. She was also nominated for Latin Grammy Awards, which was her first nominations, for Best Rock Song for "Hoy No Queiro" and Best Rock Album for Bueninvento. She then recorded her third album, "Sí", working with producers Coti Sorokin and Cachorro López rather than Santaolalla and this album too became a smashing hit. Her next album was "Limón y Sal", which was released in the year 2006, and it was also a great hit.

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