Contents 1 Early life 2 Entertainment career 3 Personal life 4 Discography 5 References 6 External links


Early life[edit] Julio Iglesias Personal information Full name Julio José Iglesias de la Cueva Date of birth (1943-09-23) 23 September 1943 (age 74) Place of birth Madrid, Spain Playing position Goalkeeper Senior career* Years Team Apps (Gls) 196?–196? Real Madrid Castilla * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. Iglesias was born on 23 September 1943 in Madrid. He is the son of Julio Iglesias Sr., a medical doctor from Ourense who became one of the youngest gynecologists in the country, and María del Rosario de la Cueva y Perignat (1919-2002). Iglesias's paternal ancestry comes from Galicia,[1] his paternal grandparents were named Manuela Puga Noguerol and Ulpiano Iglesias Sarria. His maternal grandparents were José de la Cueva y Orejuela (1887-1955),[2] and Dolores de Perignat y Ruiz de Benavides,[3] who was a native of Puerto Rico.[4] The name "Iglesias" translates as "churches;" likewise, Iglesias is of Jewish ancestry from his maternal side, having mentioned that his mother's family name, "de la Cueva y Perignat," meaning literally "of the cave," referring to Jewish people in hiding, is a very common Jewish name.[5][6] He alternated playing professional football with studying law at the CEU San Pablo University in Madrid. In the earliest years of his young adulthood, he was a goalkeeper for Real Madrid Castilla in the Segunda División. His professional football career was ruined when he was involved in a serious automobile accident, due to which he was unable to walk for two years.[7] Afterwards, he said of those years, "I had more courage and attitude than talent." These were sorely tested when he was involved in that car crash—it smashed his lower spine; his legs were permanently weakened as a direct result, and they still required therapy several years later. During his hospitalization after the accident, a nurse named Eladio Magdaleno gave him a guitar so that he could recover the dexterity of his hands.[8] In learning to play, he discovered his musical talent.[9][10] After his rehabilitation, Iglesias studied for three months at Bell Educational Trust's Language School in Cambridge, UK. After that, he went back to obtain his law degree at Complutense University of Madrid.[11]


Entertainment career[edit] In 1968, he won the Benidorm International Song Festival, a songwriter's event in Spain, with the song "La vida sigue igual" (meaning "Life Goes On The Same") which was used in the film La vida sigue igual, about his own life. After this event he signed a deal with Discos Columbia, the Spanish branch of the Columbia Records company, and released his first studio album, titled Yo Canto, or I Sing. The album spent 15 weeks in the Spanish charts, and peaked at #3.[10] He represented Spain in the 1970 Eurovision Song Contest, finishing in fourth place[12] behind Ireland's winning entry, performed by Dana.[13] His entry was the song "Gwendolyne." Shortly after, he had a number one hit in many European countries with "Un Canto A Galicia," sung in Galician, in honour of his father, who hailed from Galicia. That single sold 1 million copies in Germany. In 1975, he found success in the Italian market by recording a song exclusively in Italian, called "Se mi lasci non vale," or "If You Leave Me, It Can't Be." Notable albums from this decade are A flor de piel (1974, with the European hit "Manuela"), El amor (1975), and Soy (1973). He also sang in French; one of his popular songs in this language became "Je n'ai pas changé." In 1979, he moved to Miami, Florida, in the United States, signed a deal with CBS International, and started singing in different languages such as English, French, Portuguese, German and other languages to his music. Two years later, in 1981, he released the album De niña a mujer, which he dedicated to his daughter. (She shared the cover photo with him.) From it came the first English-language hit of his career, a Spanish cover of "Begin the Beguine" which became number 1 in the United Kingdom; he also released a collection, Julio (1983). In 1984, he released 1100 Bel Air Place, the hit album which established him as a star in the English-speaking entertainment industry. It sold over three million albums in the United States alone.[9] The first single, "To All the Girls I've Loved Before," a duet with Willie Nelson, hit #1 on the Country charts and went Top Five in the Billboard Hot 100.[14] It also featured "All of You," in vocal duet with Diana Ross, a Top Twenty Pop hit, that climbed to #2 on the Adult Contemporary Chart with the help of a popular video.[15] In 1984, he had recorded and released the previously mentioned duets with Diana Ross and Willie Nelson. Iglesias won a Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album in the 1988 Grammy Awards for the album Un hombre solo ("A Man Alone"). He recorded a duet with Stevie Wonder on "My Love," in his Non Stop album, a crossover success in 1988. In the 1990s Iglesias returned to his original Spanish melody in Tango (1996), nominated for Best Latin Pop Album at the 1998 Grammy Awards, losing to the Romances album by Mexican singer, Luis Miguel.[16] Iglesias made a cameo appearance as himself on The Golden Girls as Sophia Petrillo's date on St. Valentine's Day 1989. In 2003, Julio released his album Divorcio ("Divorce"). In its first day of sales, Divorcio sold a record 350,000 albums in Spain, and reached the number 1 spot on the charts in Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, and Russia. In 2003 and 2004, aided by the success of his Divorcio album, Iglesias went on a ten-month world tour which took him from Europe to Asia and then on to North America, South America and Africa. More than half the shows on that tour sold out within days of going on sale. In December 2004, his Dutch girlfriend Miranda Rijnsburger and Iglesias himself recorded a duet of the Christmas song "Silent Night". The song, which was not officially released, also included a voice message from Iglesias, Rijnsburger, and their 4 young children of that time. The song was released online through the singer's official website and a CD was included on their Christmas card as a holiday gift from the Iglesias family to their friends and fans around the world. In 2008, Iglesias recorded another song as a gift to his fans. The family recorded "The Little Drummer Boy" in Spanish and English and included it in the family's Christmas card. Iglesias also made investments in the Dominican Republic's eastern town of Punta Cana, a major tourist destination, where he took to spending most of the year. Indeed, Iglesias became a Dominican citizen in 2005.[17] In September 2006, Iglesias released a new English-language album, which he titled Romantic Classics. "I've chosen songs from the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s that I believe will come to be regarded as the new standards," Iglesias stated in the album's sleeve notes. The album featured his interpretations of Foreigner's "I Want to Know What Love Is," the Wham! selection "Careless Whisper," and Richard Marx's "Right Here Waiting." Romantic Classics was Iglesias's highest debut on the Billboard charts, entering at number 31 in the United States, 21 in Canada, 10 in Australia, and top spots across Europe and Asia. He returned to the studio to record songs in Filipino and Indonesian for his Asian releases of Romantic Classics which helped propel record sales in the Asian entertainment industry. Iglesias promoted Romantic Classics in 2006; it was seen all over the world on television shows. In the United States, for example, he appeared on Dancing With The Stars, where he sang his version of "I Want To Know What Love Is," Good Morning America, The View, Fox and Friends, and Martha Stewart. In 2008, Iglesias made a music video with Gulnara Karimova, the daughter of Uzbek dictator Islam Karimov.[18] In March 2011, the artist launched a new studio album called 1 (or Numero 1). Iglesias's performance of the song "La Mer" ("The Sea") is featured in the soundtrack of the 2011 film Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. The performance comes from a live album, which had gone out of print by the last days of December 2015, that he recorded live at the Olympia theater in Paris in 1976. At the beginning and the end of the recording, Iglesias introduces the song, and his backing musicians, in fluent French. In October 2012, Iglesias performed a concert in Equatorial Guinea, where tickets were reportedly $1,000 each.[18] On 1 April 2013, in Beijing, he received two historic awards: First & Most Popular International Artist of All Time in China, an award given by Sony Music China and which was presented to Julio by the world-renowned Chinese artist Lang Lang, and the Guinness World Records for the Best-selling Male Latin Artist.[19] As Iglesias is a composer and lyricist, some of his songs[which?] being of his own authorship and composition, on 23 April 2013, he was inducted into the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame, alongside Armando Manzanero and José Feliciano.[20][21] In 2015, as was announced,[when?] Iglesias was slated to perform a concert (complete show) for the first time with his son Julio Iglesias Jr. in a tour in Romania, on 22 May at Sala Polivalentă in Cluj-Napoca and 2 July at Sala Palatului in the capital city, Bucharest.[22]


Personal life[edit] On 29 January 1971, Iglesias married Maria Isabel Preysler-Arrastía (born 18 February 1951 in Manila), better known as Isabel Preysler, a Filipina journalist and television host. Preysler, a Filipino of Spanish ancestry, was also a member of the wealthy and aristocratic Perez de Tagle family, a Filipino cadet branch of the Spanish dynasty of nobility that had held the Marquisate of Altamira since the 1600s. Together, the couple has three children: Chabeli (born 3 September 1971), a Spanish socialite; Julio (born 25 February 1973), a Spanish singer; and Enrique (born 8 May 1975), an internationally well-known Spanish singer-songwriter, actor, and record producer. In the 1970s, Iglesias and his family were extensively depicted on the front pages of international newspapers and magazines. Less fortunately, the marriage of Iglesias and Preysler ended in divorce in 1979. Whenever Iglesias was not on tour, he was known to spend the rest of his time at his Miami residence. He bought the home in 1978 for $650,000. The south Florida mansion on the exclusive, private, Indian Creek Island property was placed on the market in 2006 for a quoted $28 million, making it one of "Ten Most Expensive Homes in the South" in 2006 according to Forbes magazine.[23] After his divorce, Iglesias lived together with the 22-years-younger Dutch model Miranda Rijnsburger (b. 1965), whom he married on 26 August 2010 in a small church in Marbella, Spain. They had five children: Miguel Alejandro Iglesias (born 7 September 1997), Rodrigo Iglesias (born 3 April 1999), twins Cristina and Victoria Iglesias (both born 1 May 2001), and Guillermo Iglesias (born 5 May 2007). They took up residence in the Dominican Republic, where Iglesias had acquired ownership of several hotel complexes. Among his other possessions there was the Punta Cana International Airport, of which he had acquired joint ownership with other investors. (Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta was also an investor.)[7][24] On 19 December 2005, Iglesias's father, Julio Iglesias Sr., died of a heart attack at the age of 90. A week before his death, it became known that the 42-year-old wife of Julio Iglesias Sr., Ronna Keith, was pregnant with their second child. Their first child, Jaime, was born on 18 May 2004. The second child, a daughter, Ruth, was born on 26 July 2006. In 2008, after his house in Indian Creek did not sell at his asking price, he ordered it razed and said he planned to build another on that lot.[25] In 2012, he purchased the property next door for $15 million and announced that he planned to build a new home on the combined properties.[26][27]


Discography[edit] Main article: Julio Iglesias discography Selected albums 1969: Yo canto 1970: Gwendolyne 1972: Un canto a Galicia 1973: Soy 1974: A flor de piel 1974: Viens m'embrasser 1975: A México 1975: El amor 1976: America 1977: A mis 33 años 1978: Emociones 1978: Sono un pirata, sono un signore 1979: À vous les femmes 1980: Hey! 1981: De niña a mujer 1982: Et l'amour crea la femme 1982: Momentos 1982: Momenti 1983: En concierto 1983: Julio 1984: 1100 Bel Air Place 1985: Libra 1987: Un hombre solo 1987: Tutto l'amore che ti manca 1988: Non Stop 1989: Raíces 1990: Starry Night 1992: Calor 1994: Crazy 1995: La carretera 1996: Tango 1998: My Life: The Greatest Hits 1998: Mi vida: Grandes éxitos 2000: Noche de cuatro lunas 2001: Ao Meu Brasil 2003: Divorcio 2006: Romantic Classics 2007: Quelque chose de France 2011: 1 2015: México 2017: México y Amigos 2017: Dois Corações


References[edit] ^ Murashko, Alex (9 August 2000). "Hands Across the Water, to Spain's Galicia". latimes.com. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ Moral Roncal, Antonio M. (2003). Cuba ante la Guerra Civil Española: la acción diplomática de Ramón Estalella. Editorial Biblioteca Nueva, S.L. ISBN 8497421671. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ "Julio cumple 67 años en plena gira mundial". elcorreogallegos.es. 10 February 2010. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ Milán, Linda (8 September 2012). "Julio Iglesias". zocalo.com.mx. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ "FRONT". The Miami Herald. 12 July 1995. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ Brinn, David (12 November 2013). "Julio Iglesias still speaks the language of love". jpost.com. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ a b "El personaje de hoy". oem.com.mx. 23 September 2009. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ http://www.eltiempo.com/archivo/documento/MAM-4674151 ^ a b Dougherty, Steve; Gold, Todd (29 August 1988). "Julio Iglesias' Good Life Demands Wine, Women, Song—and More Women". people.com. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ a b Figueroa, Acton (2004). Julio Iglesias and Enrique Iglesias. Rosen Publishing. ISBN 1404202609. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ Julio Iglesias' Good Life Demands Wine, Women, Song—and More Women - website People.com ^ Siim, Jarmo (11 October 2008). "Iglesias praises Eurovision as a learning moment". eurovision.tv. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ "Singer in Alabama eyes bid for the Irish presidency". The Tuscaloosa News. Associated Press. 8 August 1997. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ Trust, Gary (20 May 2011). "Ask Billboard: Readers' Favorite Charted Odd Couples". billboard.com. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ "DIANA ROSS". michiganrockandrolllegends.com. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ ""Latin Pop Performance" on Rockonthenet.com". Retrieved 17 November 2017.  ^ "Julio Iglesias dice estar "enamorado" de República Dominicana". diariolibre.com. 21 October 2009. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ a b Pizano, Pedro. "Crooners and their Dictators". The Huffington Post. Retrieved 9 December 2012.  ^ "Julio Iglesias receives world record certificat in Beijing". Guinness World Record. 2 April 2013. Retrieved 24 December 2013.  ^ Gratereaux, Alexandra (24 April 2013). "Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Opens Honoring Julio Iglesias, Jose Feliciano". foxnews.com. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ Pajot, S. (12 December 2012). "Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Launches in Miami, Announces 2013 Nominees". miaminewtimes.com. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ "Julio Iglesias și Julio Iglesias Jr., primul concert împreună" (in Romanian). Observator. 14 May 2015.  ^ Lacey Rose (12 June 2006). "Home Improvements - Most Expensive Home In The U.S. 2006: South". www.forbes.com. Retrieved 12 June 2006.  ^ Sanchez, Mamen (20 September 2010). "Julio Iglesias & Miranda Rijnsburger: Married After 20 Years!". people.com. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ Lewis, Christina S. N. (5 January 2008). "Iglesias tears down and rebuilds rather than settling on low price". dailyherald.com. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ Owers, Paul (4 April 2012). "Report: Iglesias spends $15.2m for Miami-Dade home". sun-sentinel.com. Retrieved 30 November 2013.  ^ Brennan, Morgan (10 September 2012). "Inside Indian Creek Island, Miami's Billionaire Bunker". forbes.com. Retrieved 30 November 2013. 


External links[edit] Official website Musicadelrecuerdo.com Musica de Julio Iglesias Julio Iglesias on IMDb Wikimedia Commons has media related to Julio Iglesias. Preceded by Salomé with "Vivo cantando" Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 1970 Succeeded by Karina with "En un mundo nuevo" Biography portal Eurovision portal Latin music portal Spain portal v t e Julio Iglesias Discography Studio albums Yo canto (1969) Un canto a Galicia (1972) Soy (1973) A flor de piel (1974) Viens m'embrasser (1974) A México (1975) El amor (1975) America (1976) A mis 33 años (1977) Emociones (1978) Sono un pirata, sono un signore (1978) À vous les femmes (1979) Hey! (1980) De niña a mujer (1981) Zartlichkeiten (1981) Momentos (1982) Momenti (1982) Et l'amour crea la femme (1982) 1100 Bel Air Place (1984) Libra (1985) Un hombre solo (1987) Tutto l'amore che ti manca (1987) Non Stop (1988) Raíces (1989) Starry Night (1990) Calor (1992) Crazy (1994) La carretera (1995) Tango (1996) Noche de cuatro lunas (2000) Ao Meu Brasil (2001) Divorcio (2003) Romantic Classics (2006) 1 (2011) México (2015) Live albums En concierto (1983) Compilation albums Da Manuela a Pensami (1978) Minhas canções preferidas (1981) Julio (1983) My Life: The Greatest Hits (1998) Mi vida: Grandes éxitos (1998) Love Songs (2003) 1: The Collection (2014) Singles "Chiquilla" (1970) "Gwendolyne" (1970) "Cucurrucucú paloma" (1975) "Pauvres Diables" (1979) "Begin the Beguine" (1981) "Yours (Quiéreme Mucho)" (1981) "Amor" (1984) "All of You" (1984) "The Air That I Breathe" (1984) "To All the Girls I've Loved Before" (1984) "I've Got You Under My Skin" (1985) "We Are the World" (1985) "Lo Mejor de Tu Vida" (1987) "Que No Se Rompa la Noche" (1987) "Bamboléo" (1989) "Vincent" (1990) "Can't Help Falling in Love" (1990) "Crazy" (1994) "Oye Como Va" (1994) "When You Tell Me That You Love Me" (1994) "El Choclo" (1996) "La Gota Fría" (1998) "Everybody's Talkin'" (2006) Non-single covers "¡Ay, Jalisco, no te rajes!" "Feelings" "Grande grande grande" "Guantanamera" "Hier Encore" "Historia de un Amor" "If" "La Flor de la Canela" "La Vie en rose" "Mamy Blue" "Mi Buenos Aires querido" "My Sweet Lord" "Puedes Llegar" "Quando m'innamoro" "Something" "When I Fall in Love" "You Belong to My Heart" "Dulce Carolina" (1972) "La Mer" (1976) "Obsesión" (1976) "Ron y Coca-Cola" (1980) "Moon Over Naples" (1988) "And I Love Her" (1990) "If You Go Away" (1990) "99 Miles from L.A." (1990) "Caruso" (1994) "Crazy in Love" (1998) "Mi Manera" (1998) "Corazón Partío" (2000) "Quizás, Quizás, Quizás" (2004) "Careless Whisper" (2006) "Right Here Waiting" (2006) "Somos Novios" (2006) "This Guy's in Love with You" (2006) Usage "It Never Rains in Southern California" in "Moonlight Lady" "Dark Eyes" in "Nostalgie (Nathalie)" Family Julio Iglesias Sr. (father) Julio Iglesias Jr. (son) Enrique Iglesias (son) Chabeli Iglesias (daughter) Isabel Preysler (1st wife) v t e Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year Emilio Estefan (2000) Julio Iglesias (2001) Vicente Fernández (2002) Gilberto Gil (2003) Carlos Santana (2004) José José (2005) Ricky Martin (2006) Juan Luis Guerra (2007) Gloria Estefan (2008) Juan Gabriel (2009) Plácido Domingo (2010) Shakira (2011) Caetano Veloso (2012) Miguel Bosé (2013) Joan Manuel Serrat (2014) Roberto Carlos (2015) Marc Anthony (2016) Alejandro Sanz (2017) v t e  Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest Participation 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Artists 1960s Conchita Bautista Victor Balaguer José Guardiola Nelly, Tim & Tony Conchita Bautista Raphael Raphael Massiel Salomé 1970s Julio Iglesias Karina Jaime Morey Mocedades Peret Sergio y Estíbaliz Braulio Micky José Vélez Betty Missiego 1980s Trigo Limpio Bacchelli Lucía Remedios Amaya Bravo Paloma San Basilio Cadillac Patricia Kraus La Década Prodigiosa Nina 1990s Azúcar Moreno Sergio Dalma Serafín Zubiri Eva Santamaría Alejandro Abad Anabel Conde Antonio Carbonell Marcos Llunas Mikel Herzog Lydia 2000s Serafín Zubiri David Civera Rosa Beth Ramón Son de Sol Las Ketchup D'NASH Rodolfo Chikilicuatre Soraya Arnelas 2010s Daniel Diges Lucía Pérez Pastora Soler El Sueño de Morfeo Ruth Lorenzo Edurne Barei Manel Navarro Songs 1960s "Estando contigo" "Llámame" "Algo prodigioso" "Caracola" "Qué bueno, qué bueno" "Yo soy aquél" "Hablemos del amor" "La, la, la" "Vivo cantando" 1970s "Gwendolyne" "En un mundo nuevo" "Amanece" "Eres tú" "Canta y sé feliz" "Tú volverás" "Sobran las palabras" "Enséñame a cantar" "Bailemos un vals" "Su canción" 1980s "Quédate esta noche" "Y sólo tú" "Él" "¿Quién maneja mi barca?" "Lady, Lady" "La fiesta terminó" "Valentino" "No estás solo" "La chica que yo quiero (Made in Spain)" "Nacida para amar" 1990s "Bandido" "Bailar pegados" "Todo esto es la música" "Hombres" "Ella no es ella" "Vuelve conmigo" "¡Ay, qué deseo!" "Sin rencor" "¿Qué voy a hacer sin ti?" "No quiero escuchar" 2000s "Colgado de un sueño" "Dile que la quiero" "Europe's Living a Celebration" "Dime" "Para llenarme de ti" "Brujería" "Un Blodymary" "I Love You Mi Vida" "Baila el Chiki-chiki" "La noche es para mí" 2010s "Algo pequeñito" "Que me quiten lo bailao" "Quédate conmigo" "Contigo hasta el final" "Dancing in the Rain" "Amanecer" "Say Yay!" "Do It for Your Lover" Note: Entries scored out are when Spain did not compete v t e Eurovision Song Contest 1970 Countries Final (by final results) Ireland (winner) United Kingdom Germany Switzerland France Spain Netherlands Italy Belgium Monaco Yugoslavia Luxembourg Artists Final (by final results) Dana Mary Hopkin Katja Ebstein Henri Dès Guy Bonnet Julio Iglesias Hearts of Soul Gianni Morandi Jean Vallée Dominique Dussault Eva Sršen David Alexandre Winter Songs Final (by final results) "All Kinds of Everything" "Knock, Knock Who's There?" "Wunder gibt es immer wieder" "Retour" "Marie-Blanche" "Gwendolyne" "Waterman" "Occhi di ragazza" "Viens l'oublier" "Marlène" "Pridi, dala ti bom cvet" "Je suis tombé du ciel" Authority control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 32183552 LCCN: n83014449 ISNI: 0000 0000 8111 6208 GND: 12055500X SUDOC: 027421112 BNF: cb138954600 (data) MusicBrainz: 3be4099e-f180-4038-af84-ae18a09eab02 NDL: 00444193 BNE: XX840638 IATH: w6fx7xm2 Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Julio_Iglesias&oldid=819290471" Categories: 1943 birthsEnglish-language singers of SpainAmerican country singersAmerican country singer-songwritersEurovision Song Contest entrants of 1970French-language singersGalician peopleGerman-language singersGrammy Award winnersLatin Recording Academy Person of the Year honoreesItalian-language singersRussian-language singersLiving peopleSingers from MadridPortuguese-language singersReal Madrid Castilla footballersSpanish Eurovision Song Contest entrantsSpanish expatriates in the United StatesSpanish footballersSpanish male singersMusicians from MiamiSpanish Roman CatholicsColumbia Records artistsSpanish people of Galician descentSpanish people of Jewish descentSpanish people of Puerto Rican descentSpanish pop singersLatin pop singersLatin Songwriters Hall of Fame inducteesNaturalized citizens of the Dominican RepublicSongwriters from FloridaLatin music songwriters20th-century Spanish singers21st-century Spanish singersHidden categories: CS1 Romanian-language sources (ro)Wikipedia articles needing reorganization from October 2016Use dmy dates from January 2016Articles with hCardsAll articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrasesArticles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from December 2015All articles with vague or ambiguous timeVague or ambiguous time from December 2015Wikipedia articles with VIAF identifiersWikipedia articles with LCCN identifiersWikipedia articles with ISNI identifiersWikipedia articles with GND identifiersWikipedia articles with BNF identifiersWikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiersWikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers


Navigation menu Personal tools Not logged inTalkContributionsCreate accountLog in Namespaces ArticleTalk Variants Views ReadEditView history More Search Navigation Main pageContentsFeatured contentCurrent eventsRandom articleDonate to WikipediaWikipedia store Interaction HelpAbout WikipediaCommunity portalRecent changesContact page Tools What links hereRelated changesUpload fileSpecial pagesPermanent linkPage informationWikidata itemCite this page Print/export Create a bookDownload as PDFPrintable version In other projects Wikimedia Commons Languages العربيةAsturianuAzərbaycancaБългарскиBrezhonegCatalàCebuanoČeštinaCymraegDanskDeutschEestiΕλληνικάEmiliàn e rumagnòlEspañolEsperantoEuskaraفارسیFrançaisGalego한국어ՀայերենHrvatskiIdoBahasa IndonesiaItalianoעבריתქართულიҚазақшаКырык марыLatinaLatviešuLietuviųMagyarMalagasyМонголNāhuatlNederlands日本語NorskਪੰਜਾਬੀPolskiPortuguêsRomânăRuna SimiРусскийScotsShqipSimple EnglishSlovenčinaSlovenščinaŚlůnskiSrpskohrvatski / српскохрватскиSuomiSvenskaTagalogไทยТоҷикӣTürkçeУкраїнськаVènetoTiếng Việt中文 Edit links This page was last edited on 8 January 2018, at 15:18. Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization. Privacy policy About Wikipedia Disclaimers Contact Wikipedia Developers Cookie statement Mobile view (window.RLQ=window.RLQ||[]).push(function(){mw.config.set({"wgPageParseReport":{"limitreport":{"cputime":"0.648","walltime":"0.820","ppvisitednodes":{"value":6329,"limit":1000000},"ppgeneratednodes":{"value":0,"limit":1500000},"postexpandincludesize":{"value":213553,"limit":2097152},"templateargumentsize":{"value":21139,"limit":2097152},"expansiondepth":{"value":16,"limit":40},"expensivefunctioncount":{"value":4,"limit":500},"entityaccesscount":{"value":1,"limit":400},"timingprofile":["100.00% 687.708 1 -total"," 29.46% 202.606 1 Template:Reflist"," 17.48% 120.224 1 Template:Infobox_football_biography"," 17.24% 118.533 17 Template:Cite_news"," 10.14% 69.768 1 Template:Infobox_musical_artist"," 9.50% 65.305 1 Template:Infobox3cols"," 7.87% 54.107 1 Template:Infobox"," 6.94% 47.696 2 Template:Navbox_with_collapsible_groups"," 5.70% 39.169 1 Template:Cleanup_reorganize"," 5.62% 38.662 1 Template:Spain_in_the_Eurovision_Song_Contest"]},"scribunto":{"limitreport-timeusage":{"value":"0.282","limit":"10.000"},"limitreport-memusage":{"value":6949824,"limit":52428800}},"cachereport":{"origin":"mw1313","timestamp":"20180108151855","ttl":3600,"transientcontent":true}}});});(window.RLQ=window.RLQ||[]).push(function(){mw.config.set({"wgBackendResponseTime":81,"wgHostname":"mw1274"});});


Julio_Iglesias - Photos and All Basic Informations

Julio_Iglesias More Links

Julio Iglesias Sr.Julio Iglesias Jr.Julio Iglesias (disambiguation)Wikipedia:Manual Of Style/LayoutHelp:Maintenance Template RemovalSpanish Naming CustomsSurnameMadridSpainLatin Music (genre)Latin PopDance-popAdult Contemporary MusicColumbia RecordsSony Music EntertainmentHelp:IPA/SpanishGrammyLatin GrammyWorld Music AwardBillboard Music AwardAmerican Music AwardLo Nuestro AwardsLegion Of HonourUNICEFHollywood Walk Of FameMadridGoalkeeper (association Football)Real Madrid CastillaMadridJulio Iglesias Sr.Medical DoctorOurenseGynecologistGalicia (Spain)JewCEU San Pablo UniversityReal Madrid CastillaSegunda DivisiónBell Educational TrustCambridge, UKComplutense University Of MadridBenidorm International Song FestivalColumbia RecordsEurovision Song Contest 1970Dana Rosemary ScallonGwendolyneGalician LanguageGalicia (Spain)A Flor De Piel (album)El Amor (Julio Iglesias Album)Soy (Julio Iglesias Album)Miami, FloridaCBS CorporationDe Niña A MujerBegin The BeguineJulio (album)1100 Bel Air PlaceTo All The Girls I've Loved BeforeWillie NelsonBillboard Hot 100All Of You (Julio Iglesias And Diana Ross Song)Diana RossDiana RossWillie NelsonGrammy Award For Best Latin Pop AlbumGrammy Awards Of 1988Un Hombre SoloStevie WonderNon Stop (Julio Iglesias Album)Tango (Julio Iglesias Album)Grammy Award For Best Latin Pop AlbumRomances (Luis Miguel Album)Luis MiguelThe Golden GirlsSophia PetrilloDivorcioSilent Night (song)Punta CanaRomantic ClassicsForeigner (band)Wham!Richard MarxPhilippine LanguagesIndonesian LanguageDancing With The StarsGood Morning AmericaThe View (U.S. TV Series)Fox And FriendsGulnara KarimovaIslam Karimov1 (Julio Iglesias Album)1 (Julio Iglesias Album)La Mer (song)Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (film)Paris OlympiaEquatorial GuineaChinaLang LangGuinness World RecordsWikipedia:Avoid Weasel WordsLatin Songwriters Hall Of FameArmando ManzaneroJosé FelicianoWikipedia:Manual Of Style/Dates And NumbersJulio Iglesias Jr.Polyvalent Hall (Cluj-Napoca)Cluj-NapocaSala PalatuluiBucharestManilaIsabel PreyslerPhilippinesTelevision HostFilipino People Of Spanish AncestryCadet BranchMarquisate Of AltamiraChabeli IglesiasJulio Iglesias Jr.Enrique IglesiasIndian Creek, FloridaForbesMarbella, SpainPunta Cana International AirportOscar De La RentaJulio Iglesias DiscographyYo Canto (Julio Iglesias Album)Un Canto A GaliciaSoy (Julio Iglesias Album)A Flor De Piel (album)Viens M'embrasserA MéxicoEl Amor (Julio Iglesias Album)America (Julio Iglesias Album)A Mis 33 AñosEmociones (Julio Iglesias Album)Sono Un Pirata, Sono Un SignoreÀ Vous Les FemmesHey! (Julio Iglesias Album)De Niña A MujerEt L'amour Crea La FemmeMomentos (Julio Iglesias Album)MomentiEn Concierto (Julio Iglesias Album)Julio (album)1100 Bel Air PlaceLibra (Julio Iglesias Album)Un Hombre SoloTutto L'amore Che Ti MancaNon Stop (Julio Iglesias Album)Raíces (Julio Iglesias Album)Starry Night (Julio Iglesias Album)Calor (album)Crazy (Julio Iglesias Album)La CarreteraTango (Julio Iglesias Album)My Life: The Greatest HitsMi Vida: Grandes ÉxitosNoche De Cuatro LunasAo Meu BrasilDivorcioRomantic Classics1 (Julio Iglesias Album)México (Julio Iglesias Album)International Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/8497421671The Miami HeraldRosen PublishingInternational Standard Book NumberSpecial:BookSources/1404202609The Tuscaloosa NewsAssociated PressIMDbSalomé (singer)Vivo CantandoSpain In The Eurovision Song ContestKarina (Spain)En Un Mundo NuevoPortal:BiographyPortal:EurovisionPortal:Latin MusicPortal:SpainTemplate:Julio IglesiasTemplate Talk:Julio IglesiasJulio Iglesias DiscographyYo Canto (Julio Iglesias Album)Un Canto A GaliciaSoy (Julio Iglesias Album)A Flor De Piel (album)Viens M'embrasserA MéxicoEl Amor (Julio Iglesias Album)America (Julio Iglesias Album)A Mis 33 AñosEmociones (Julio Iglesias Album)Sono Un Pirata, Sono Un SignoreÀ Vous Les FemmesHey! (Julio Iglesias Album)De Niña A MujerZartlichkeitenMomentos (Julio Iglesias Album)MomentiEt L'amour Crea La Femme1100 Bel Air PlaceLibra (Julio Iglesias Album)Un Hombre SoloTutto L'amore Che Ti MancaNon Stop (Julio Iglesias Album)Raíces (Julio Iglesias Album)Starry Night (Julio Iglesias Album)Calor (album)Crazy (Julio Iglesias Album)La CarreteraTango (Julio Iglesias Album)Noche De Cuatro LunasAo Meu BrasilDivorcioRomantic Classics1 (Julio Iglesias Album)México (Julio Iglesias Album)En Concierto (Julio Iglesias Album)Da Manuela A PensamiMinhas Canções PreferidasJulio (album)My Life: The Greatest HitsMi Vida: Grandes ÉxitosLove Songs (Julio Iglesias Album)1: The CollectionChiquilla (Julio Iglesias Song)GwendolyneCucurrucucú PalomaPauvres DiablesBegin The BeguineYours (Quiéreme Mucho)Amor (1943 Song)All Of You (Julio Iglesias And Diana Ross Song)The Air That I BreatheTo All The Girls I've Loved BeforeI've Got You Under My SkinWe Are The WorldLo Mejor De Tu VidaQue No Se Rompa La NocheBamboléoVincent (song)Can't Help Falling In LoveCrazy (Willie Nelson Song)Oye Como VaWhen You Tell Me That You Love MeEl ChocloLa Gota FríaEverybody's Talkin'¡Ay, Jalisco, No Te Rajes!Feelings (Morris Albert Song)Grande Grande GrandeGuantanameraHier EncoreHistoria De Un AmorIf (Bread Song)La Flor De La CanelaLa Vie En RoseMamy BlueMi Buenos Aires Querido (tango)My Sweet LordReach (Gloria Estefan Song)Quando M'innamoroSomething (Beatles Song)When I Fall In LoveYou Belong To My HeartSweet CarolineLa Mer (song)Obsesión (Pedro Flores Song)Rum And Coca-ColaMoon Over NaplesAnd I Love HerIf You Go Away99 Miles From L.A.Caruso (song)Crazy In Love (Kim Carnes Song)My Way (Frank Sinatra Song)Corazón PartíoQuizás, Quizás, QuizásCareless WhisperRight Here WaitingSomos Novios (It's Impossible)This Guy's In Love With YouIt Never Rains In Southern CaliforniaDark Eyes (song)Julio Iglesias Sr.Julio Iglesias Jr.Enrique IglesiasChabeli IglesiasIsabel PreyslerTemplate:Latin Recording Academy Person Of The YearTemplate Talk:Latin Recording Academy Person Of The YearLatin Recording Academy Person Of The YearEmilio EstefanVicente FernándezGilberto GilCarlos SantanaJosé JoséRicky MartinJuan Luis GuerraGloria EstefanJuan GabrielPlácido DomingoShakiraCaetano VelosoMiguel BoséJoan Manuel SerratRoberto Carlos (singer)Marc AnthonyAlejandro SanzTemplate:Spain In The Eurovision Song ContestTemplate Talk:Spain In The Eurovision Song ContestSpain In The Eurovision Song ContestSpain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1961Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1962Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1963Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1964Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1965Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1966Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1967Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1968Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1969Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1971Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1972Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1973Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1974Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1975Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1976Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1977Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1978Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1979Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1980Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1981Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1982Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1983Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1984Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1985Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1986Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1987Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1988Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1989Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1990Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1991Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1992Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1993Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1994Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1995Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1996Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1997Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1998Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1999Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2000Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2001Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2002Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2003Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2004Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2005Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2006Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2007Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2008Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2009Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2010Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2011Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2012Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2013Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2014Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2015Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2016Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2017Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 2018Conchita BautistaVictor Balaguer (singer)José GuardiolaLos TNTRaphael (singer)MassielSalome (singer)Karina (Spain)Jaime MoreyMocedadesPeretSergio Y EstíbalizBraulio (singer)Micky (Spanish Singer)José VélezBetty MissiegoTrigo LimpioBacchelliLucía (singer)Remedios AmayaBravo (Spanish Group)Paloma San BasilioCadillac (band)Patricia KrausLa Década ProdigiosaNina (singer)Azúcar MorenoSergio DalmaSerafin ZubiriEva SantamaríaAlejandro AbadAnabel CondeAntonio CarbonellMarcos LlunasMikel HerzogLydia (singer)David CiveraRosa LópezBeth (musician)Ramón (singer)Son De SolLas KetchupD'NASHRodolfo ChikilicuatreSoraya ArnelasDaniel DigesLucía PérezPastora SolerEl Sueño De MorfeoRuth LorenzoEdurneBarei (singer)Manel NavarroEstando ContigoLlámameAlgo ProdigiosoCaracola (song)Qué Bueno, Qué BuenoYo Soy AquélHablemos Del AmorLa, La, LaVivo CantandoGwendolyneEn Un Mundo NuevoAmaneceEres Tú (Mocedades Song)Canta Y Sé FelizTú VolverásSobran Las PalabrasEnséñame A CantarBailemos Un ValsSu CanciónQuédate Esta NocheY Sólo TúÉl (song)¿Quién Maneja Mi Barca?Lady, LadyLa Fiesta TerminóValentino (song)No Estás SoloLa Chica Que Yo Quiero (Made In Spain)Nacida Para AmarBandido (song)Bailar PegadosTodo Esto Es La MúsicaHombres (song)Ella No Es EllaVuelve Conmigo¡Ay, Qué Deseo!Sin Rencor¿Qué Voy A Hacer Sin Ti?No Quiero EscucharColgado De Un SueñoDile Que La QuieroEurope's Living A CelebrationDime (Beth Song)Para Llenarme De TiBrujería (Son De Sol Song)Un BlodymaryI Love You Mi VidaBaila El Chiki-chikiLa Noche Es Para MíAlgo PequeñitoQue Me Quiten Lo BailaoQuédate ConmigoContigo Hasta El FinalDancing In The Rain (song)Amanecer (song)Say Yay!Do It For Your LoverTemplate:Eurovision Song Contest 1970Template Talk:Eurovision Song Contest 1970Eurovision Song Contest 1970Ireland In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970United Kingdom In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970Germany In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970Switzerland In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970France In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970Spain In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970Netherlands In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970Italy In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970Belgium In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970Monaco In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970Yugoslavia In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970Luxembourg In The Eurovision Song Contest 1970Dana Rosemary ScallonMary HopkinKatja EbsteinHenri DèsGuy BonnetHearts Of SoulGianni MorandiJean ValléeDominique DussaultEva SršenDavid Alexandre WinterAll Kinds Of EverythingKnock, Knock Who's There?Wunder Gibt Es Immer WiederRetourMarie-BlancheGwendolyneWaterman (song)Occhi Di RagazzaViens L'oublierMarlènePridi, Dala Ti Bom CvetJe Suis Tombé Du CielHelp:Authority ControlVirtual International Authority FileLibrary Of Congress Control NumberInternational Standard Name IdentifierIntegrated Authority FileSystème Universitaire De DocumentationBibliothèque Nationale De FranceMusicBrainzNational Diet LibraryBiblioteca Nacional De EspañaInstitute For Advanced Technology In The HumanitiesHelp:CategoryCategory:1943 BirthsCategory:English-language Singers Of SpainCategory:American Country SingersCategory:American Country Singer-songwritersCategory:Eurovision Song Contest Entrants Of 1970Category:French-language SingersCategory:Galician PeopleCategory:German-language SingersCategory:Grammy Award WinnersCategory:Latin Recording Academy Person Of The Year HonoreesCategory:Italian-language SingersCategory:Russian-language SingersCategory:Living PeopleCategory:Singers From MadridCategory:Portuguese-language SingersCategory:Real Madrid Castilla FootballersCategory:Spanish Eurovision Song Contest EntrantsCategory:Spanish Expatriates In The United StatesCategory:Spanish FootballersCategory:Spanish Male SingersCategory:Musicians From MiamiCategory:Spanish Roman CatholicsCategory:Columbia Records ArtistsCategory:Spanish People Of Galician DescentCategory:Spanish People Of Jewish DescentCategory:Spanish People Of Puerto Rican DescentCategory:Spanish Pop SingersCategory:Latin Pop SingersCategory:Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame InducteesCategory:Naturalized Citizens Of The Dominican RepublicCategory:Songwriters From FloridaCategory:Latin Music SongwritersCategory:20th-century Spanish SingersCategory:21st-century Spanish SingersCategory:CS1 Romanian-language Sources (ro)Category:Wikipedia Articles Needing Reorganization From October 2016Category:Use Dmy Dates From January 2016Category:Articles With HCardsCategory:All Articles With Specifically Marked Weasel-worded PhrasesCategory:Articles With Specifically Marked Weasel-worded Phrases From December 2015Category:All Articles With Vague Or Ambiguous TimeCategory:Vague Or Ambiguous Time From December 2015Category:Wikipedia Articles With VIAF IdentifiersCategory:Wikipedia Articles With LCCN IdentifiersCategory:Wikipedia Articles With ISNI IdentifiersCategory:Wikipedia Articles With GND IdentifiersCategory:Wikipedia Articles With BNF IdentifiersCategory:Wikipedia Articles With MusicBrainz IdentifiersCategory:Wikipedia Articles With SNAC-ID IdentifiersDiscussion About Edits From This IP Address [n]A List Of Edits Made From This IP Address [y]View The Content Page [c]Discussion About The Content Page [t]Edit This Page [e]Visit The Main Page [z]Guides To Browsing WikipediaFeatured Content – The Best Of WikipediaFind Background Information On Current EventsLoad A Random Article [x]Guidance On How To Use And Edit WikipediaFind Out About WikipediaAbout The Project, What You Can Do, Where To Find ThingsA List Of Recent Changes In The Wiki [r]List Of All English Wikipedia Pages Containing Links To This Page [j]Recent Changes In Pages Linked From This Page [k]Upload Files [u]A List Of All Special Pages [q]Wikipedia:AboutWikipedia:General Disclaimer



view link view link view link view link view link