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Known for such hits like Just the Way You Are, Nothin' on You and
Locked Out of Heaven, Bruno Mars has emerged as a popular artist after a lifetime of trying to eclipse the music industry.
has a successful formula for melding infectious pop melodies with hip-hop beats and feel-good lyrics that has resonated with
Don't miss out on your chance to catch Bruno Mars live for several engagements booked at The Cosmopolitan
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Bruno Mars Background
Born Peter Gene Hernandez,
Bruno Mars grew up on Honolulu, Hawaii, surrounded by music. His father was a Latin percussionist from Brooklyn, and his mother
was a singer.
The nickname "Bruno" came about when Mars was just an infant. His family described him as being very independent
and strong-willed, like a brute.
The Mars family staged a musical revue in Waikiki Beach that included doo-wop tunes,
Motown hits and celeb impersonations. Influenced by the entertainers he grew up with, Mars learned several musical instruments
early on from drums to guitar to piano.
At the tender age of 4, he filled a role in the family's musical act as an Elvis
impersonator, and quickly stole the show. Mars continued to entertain audiences with his family during his childhood. Once
he headed into adolescence, he added Michael Jackson to his impersonation inventory.
In his formative teen years, Mars
established a band with some of his high school friends. They called themselves the School Boys and took the stage alongside
Mars' family at the Ilikai Hotel in Honolulu, playing the classic oldies.
Mars finished high school in 2002. At the
age of 17, he left Hawaii for L.A. Like many artists looking to break through on the L.A. music scene, Mars struggled with
moving his career forward, but he put his time to good use. Mars learned how to pen songs - something he had never had to
Eventually, Mars was introduced to Phillip Lawrence, a songwriter. Lawrence worked with Mars to compose some
original material. They approached a record company with a song they had recorded and written. The execs liked it, but wanted
the song recorded by one of their own artists. Because they were struggling financially, Mars and Lawrence agreed to accept
the offer. Instead of focusing on his singing career, Mars focused on supporting himself by writing and producing songs.
the early 2000s, Mars had penned some tunes for pop artists like Flo Rida with the smash hit, Right 'Round and K'Naan's Wavin'
Flag, which was the theme song for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.
After establishing himself as a successful writer
of hit songs, Mars took the step to make a go of it at singing. He released the 2010 hit, Nothin' on You. It was originally
intended for rapper B.o.B. but the record label made the decision to recruit Mars to do it. The single proved to be a success,
landing at No. 1 on the Billboard singles chart.
Mars had finally made it. He was no longer behind the scenes as a composer
and now had the spotlight shining right on him!
To date, he has been nominated for seven Grammy Awards and he picked
up the Best Pop Male Vocal award for Just The Way You Are.
Bruno Mars Hit Albums
Bruno Mars has got a
string of No. 1 hits from albums like Doo-Wops & Hooligans (2010) and Unorthodox Jukebox (2012).
Mars first found
success with the track, Nothin' on You. Several months later, he put out his first solo single, Just the Way You Are from
his inaugural album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans. The tune lit up the Billboard singles chart. The album itself placed at No.
3 on the Billboard album charts with subsequent singles like The Lazy Song and Grenade.
Locked Out of Heaven was the
lead track from Unorthodox Jukebox and peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 charts for six weeks in a row and also slid into the
Top 10 in 20 different countries.
Bruno Mars Trivia
Here are some interesting facts about Bruno Mars that
you can share with your friends. For starters, Mars started producing songs for other artists early on in his music career.
And the name of his production team was The Smeezingtons.
Here's another one for you - Bruno Mars' parents met at a
show where his mother was a hula dancer and his father was a percussionist.
And one more fun fact for the road - Bruno
Mars is a fan of ink! He has tattoos of a gypsy, an anchor and his mom's name as well as "Pete's boy" on his left bicep.
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