Invited To Appear With The Rolling Stones Last Night In Bogotá, And Introduced By Mick Jagger As Their “Parcero”- Juanes Became The First Artist To Perform Onstage With The Legendary Rock Group During Their Current AMERICA LATINA OLÉ STADIUM TOUR.
The Colombian Rock Star Joined The Stones For A Rendition
of “Beast of Burden” In Front Of Over 45,000 Fans At
Estadio El Campín
— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) March 11, 2016
“I have no words to describe the emotion of sharing a stage with The Rolling Stones, especially in my country. What an honor to have them play here in Colombia and to have the opportunity to join them. It has been a night I will never forget.” – Juanes
-Sample of multiple newspaper covers this morning in Colombia and other press clips from Juanes’ appearance with the Rolling Stones.
“JUANES TRENDING: Anybody that doubts Juanes is one of the greatest representatives for Latin Rock in the world, can ask Mick Jagger after what happened tonight in Bogotá” – Univision.com
Following last night’s special appearance, Juanes will quickly return to current studio recording sessions where he has been working on new music for his eagerly awaited next album – expected later this year. Last night’s appearance with The Rolling Stone’s continues a career spanning string of special international events that have found the multiple GRAMMY and LATIN GRAMMY winner collaborating with global superstars as Latin Rock’s leading worldwide ambassador. In addition to landmark moments such as the World Cup and historic Paz Sin Fronteras Concert for over a million fans in Cuba, more recent examples have included Juanes giving the first Spanish language performance in a decade on the Grammy Awards, performing for Pope Francis in Philadelphia, appearing on both the “SINATRA 100 -All-Star Grammy Concert” & “Imagine: John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert, and joining John Legend outside an immigrant detention center as part of a campaign to end mass incarceration.