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Album Review

Joan Sebastian's En Vivo: Desde la Plaza El Progreso de Guadalajara became his second live album, following 1995's En Vivo en la Arena Mexico. After achieving huge success with the release of 2000's Secreto de Amor, the talented Mexican singer/songwriter decided to capture a live performance at Guadalajara's bull-ring, El Progreso, performing 15 of his most acclaimed songs, including his first hit, "Juliantla." En Vivo: Desde la Plaza El Progreso de Guadalajara climbed to the top of Billboard's Hot Latin Albums chart in October 2001.

Biography

Born: 1956 in Juliantla, Mexico

Genre: Latino

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Joan Sebastian has been recognized by critics and colleagues for his contribution to the Mexican culture, getting his lyrics performed by prominent Latin artists. After leaving a local seminary at the age of 17, the young man started to get involved in popular music, dedicating his first composition, called "Juliantla," to his native town. In 1977, José Manuel Figueroa decided to call himself Joan Sebastian — paying tribute to San Sebastian, where he used to work. He embarked on a successful...
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