Juan Gabriel's Most Memorable Performances: 'Hasta Que Te Conoci,' 'El Noa Noa' & More

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Juan Gabriel performs on stage during Volver 2015 Tour at Viejas Arena on Feb. 6, 2015 in San Diego.

Juan Gabriel was a natural performer. His unique dance moves, dramatic performances onstage and iconic, colorful outfits are just a few things that made him stand out and earned him the nickname "El Divo de Juarez." 

He was the ultimate showman and held on to that title until his last concert in Los Angeles on Aug. 26 at the Forum, where he sang his heart out for two hours straight, danced with his mariachi and even showed off some reggaeton moves during his performance of "No tengo dinero" with Colombian reggaeton duo Zona Prieta. Two days later, Juan Gabriel died unexpectedly at 66 years old from a heart attack, in the midst of his MeXXIco Es Todo Tour which had just kicked off in the U.S. 

As we mourn Juan Gabriel's death and honor his legacy, Billboard remembers the Mexican superstar with 10 of his most memorable performances that prove he was quite the entertainer. 

"Por qué me haces llorar" 

"El noa noa" 

"Hasta que te conocí" 

"Gracias al sol" 

"Me nace del corazón"

"Amor eterno"

"Así fue"

"Querida"

"Yo no nací para amar"

"Costumbres"