When Juan Esteban Aristizabal woke up on July 12, he was not a rock star. By the time he went to bed that Tuesday night, he was. "It's completely absurd," says the 27-year old called Juanes, while a television camera caresses his face, a newspaper reporter scribbles notes, and a photographer tests the light in the next room. The media has trooped into his manager's office on Brickell Key for the past three days, eager to get acquainted with the little-known singer-songwriter whose debut solo album scored seven nominations for the Second Annual Latin Grammys. "After thirteen years of fighting against the current, I never imagined this could happen," he... More >>>