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  1. From The Rolling Stones to J. Cole, Four of Summer's Biggest Tours to Watch

    6:00 am 5/22/2015

    Juanes and The Who will also be packing venues coast-to-coast as the Summer of 2015 cranks up.Read more

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  2. Grammys 2015: Which Artist Could Get the Biggest Career Bump?

    11:06 am 2/9/2015

    A solid showing at the Grammys can help launch artists. Who stands to pop this year?Read more

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  3. Grammys 2015: Juanes Performs "Juntos"

    7:36 pm 2/8/2015

    Gina Rodriguez introduced the latin rockstar to the stage. Read more

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  4. Hollywood Reporter's Guide to the Grammys

    11:46 am 2/5/2015

    The 57th Grammy Awards will broadcast live from Staples Center at 5 p.m. PT Sunday on CBS.Read more

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  5. Kanye West to Headline Both Made in America Festivals; Iggy Azalea Added to L.A. Bill

    1:14 pm 7/16/2014

    After his Aug. 30 performance in Philly, rapper will head cross-country to L.A. the next day. Read more

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  6. Juanes: A Rocker with 'Corazon' Is Poised to Cross Over (Q&A)

    12:00 pm 1/25/2014

    Photographed for the "Pop Goes the World" portfolio in THR's music issue, the Colombian singer talks about tackling a career and fatherhood in two languages, and being compared to an iconic frontman -- U2's Bono.Read more

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  7. THR's Music Issue: Kendrick Lamar, Of Monsters and Men on Making It in the Business

    10:00 am 1/24/2014

    Pop Goes the World: Kendrick Lamar, Ellie Goulding, Of Monsters and Men, Priyanka Chopra, Afrojack, Juanes, Asaf Avidan and Phoenix break down how they relate to their fans, dish on the changes in the music industry and speculate on what the future holds for them. Read more

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  8. THR's Music Issue: Lorde, Phoenix, Ellie Goulding Headline Global Pop Icons Portfolio

    8:08 pm 1/20/2014

    A look at 10 international artists, including Colombia's Juanes and India's Priyanka Chopra, whose music has transcended their countries' borders to make an impact on the $16.5 billion world jukebox.Read more

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