David Bisbal held concert, for in order to raise money to help Juanma a boy who suffers from Alexander disease, a slowly progressing and fatal neurodegenerative disease.All the money raised from the had given to Juanma´s family
- Latin Grammys - "Best New Artist" 2003
- FIFA 2010 Official World Cup song Waving Flag with Somali-Canadian 2010
- IFPI Platinum Award 2012
David Bisbal Ferré born on June 5, 1979 in in Almería (Spain), son of José Bisbal, a professional boxer and part of a trio of flamenco music, and Maria Ferre. He is the youngest of three siblings. He loved to perform in public. As a child, Bisbal showed a talent for performing, but was always very shy about doing so.
After taking second place on the first edition of reality show Operación Triunfo in 2001, Bisbal signed a contract with Vale Music Record label and released his first album recorded in Miami under the title "Corazón Latino" with Kike Santander released on June 3, 2002. The album, recorded in Miami and produced by Kike Santander, sold over one million copies in just six months and exceeded 1.5 million sales in just one year, spinning off several chart-topping singles including “Ave María” and “Lloraré las penas.” On October 20, 2009, Bisbal released Sin Mirar Atrás, receiving positive reviews On the track "Aqui Ahora", which is features on the album Premonicion, David worked with writer/producer DJ Sammy.
Internationally David Bisbal enjoys popularity in a great number of countries. he won the Latin Grammys held in Miami from the category "Best New Artist". On September 3, 2003, he recorded Hate That I Love You (Odio Amarte), a Spanglish version with Rihanna. and achieved great success in European countries. He won the Latin Grammy held in Las Vegas from the category "Best Traditional Pop Album" for "Una Noche en el Teatro Real" On November 15, 2012.