Berklee alumnus and Merengue superstar Juan Luis Guerra is responsible for rejuvenating interest in tropical music, not only in Latin America but also in the United States, where he sold out Madison Square Garden in 2005. Guerra's music is a cross-cultural blend of influences including traditional Dominican music, the Beatles, American rock, salsa, folk, r&b, jazz, and Afro-pop.
In 1991, he released Bachata Rose, a smash hit throughout the Americas that earned him his first Grammy. His 1998 album Ni Es Lo Mismo Ni Es Igual garnered Guerra three Latin Grammy Awards.
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