Juan landed in London in 2008 with a guitar and the desire to make music. Without a determined destination, He and his band played in many venues around the town. That same year he turned into the supporting artist of Amy Winehouse on Back to Black Tour. In June 2012 the single 'Breakfast in Spitalfields' came out. The single became A-listed on Radio Two, BBC, and remain in the first position for 5 weeks. It was the second song more broadcasted behind Adele. After that, Juan singed for Decca Records and together, they released their first album, High Ceilings & Collar Bones, which was introduced all over London, filling as legendary venues such as Hoxton Bar & Grill and Dingwalls, becoming Troubadour’s resident band and drawing the attention of BBC London News, who describe Juan as a 'One To Watch' artist for 2012.

His composition ability has led him to work with artists such as Mumford & Sons and Noisettes, receiving an award from Paul McCartney's hand in his graduation of Insitute Of Performing Arts in Liverpool for the quality of his compositions. After the success of his first album, Juan embarked on the adventure of the second one, Follow the river, a full disk of contrasts, self-released and funded through the network. Between January and March 2014 Juan has gone over Latin America with his guitar looking for new experiences and different sounds that have been reflected in the web Now, after the trip, he is working on his next project which will be released in November. With an energy live, in which mixes soul and jazz harmonies profiled with the spirit of a travelling singer, Juan will make you dance, clap and fall in love as long as it takes the song.

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