The famous musician Armando Manzanero died at the age of 85.
The news of his death was confirmed by the Mexican Association of Automobiles and Composers (Mexican Writers and Composers Association), with Manzanero serving as its president.
The organization said in a Twitter statement: “The romantic souls of Mexico and the world are mourning. The great master has left.”
The news continued and pointed out the musician’s contribution to copyright.
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The group continued: “His departure aroused deep sorrow.” “He is one of the greatest artists of our time and created “the most beautiful music in the world.”
The organization promised that the singer’s memory “will live in the souls of all of us, they learned to love his songs” and “will always hear his music.”
The statement concluded: “Dear brother, see you soon!”
Next to the message is a sweet photo of Manzanero holding his hand.
According to Billboard reports, multiple media reports stated that the cause of death of musicians was the coronavirus.
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El Universal reported that Manzanero was diagnosed with COVID-19 on December 17, just five days before intubation. According to reports, he is expected to be extubated until his condition worsens.
In addition to his outstanding career, the musician has also recorded songs for artists such as Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, and Andrea Bocelli.
The star was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1971, which was the hit song “It’s Impossible” that year. Decades later, he received the organization’s lifetime achievement award, just like he received from the Latin Recording Academy. In 2001, his album “Duetos” won the Latin Grammy Award.
International recognition also prompted the Latin Recording Academy to respond on Twitter.
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The organization said in a translation on Twitter: “Amando Manzanero, who won the Music Excellence Award, Latin Grammy Award winner, and good friend of the Academy is gone.” “We celebrate his life and work. [An] An irreparable loss in the Latin music industry. We are accompanied by the deep pain of the Manzanello family. “
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Manzanero of Per Billboard was born in Mérida, Yucatan in 1935, and began studying music at the age of eight. He will be famous for the songs “ContigoAprendí”, “Adoro” and “Esta Tarde Vi Llover”.
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