Julio Iglesias turns 70 today (Sept. 23), and pop music's archetypal Latin lover is still busy romancing fans around the world.
Julio Iglesias turns 70 today (Sept. 23), and pop music's archetypal Latin lover is still busy romancing fans around the world. The first U.S. date on his current international tour will be at Miami's American Airlines Arena next February. He goes to Romania next month, and will finish up the year with concerts in Indonesia and Hong Kong.
Iglesias made this year's Guinness Book of World Records. Citing sales of 300 million albums in 14 languages, Guinness named him "the biggest selling Latin artist in the world," including him in the book for the second time. His albums have sold a total of 5.3 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen Soundscan.
While no other U.S. dates have been announced as yet, tickets for Iglesias' Feb. 22 show in Miami are now on sale.