Juan Gabriel Dead: The legendary singer of Mexico Alberto Aguilera Valadez who was known by his stage name Juan Gabriel has died in Santa Monica, California. Inspector Selena Barros told that his death occurred due to a heart attack.
Gabriel had an awesome performance on Friday and Saturday night in Los Angeles. Moreover, his scheduled included performing tonight too in El Paso. He was also famous as “The Divo of Juarez” and was very active personality. He kept on traveling Americas and other nations to bring his new songs to the worldwide fans.
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His life was recently depicted in a 13-episode TV series on Telemundo. It was another favorite show of his after ‘Hasta Que Te Conoci’ (Until I Met You). It showed his life journey when he went from Juarez to rise to global fame.
It was just the last year when Gabriel visited Juarez as he was called to honor a mural in Downtown honoring his career and roots in the city.
On Gabriel’s death, the president of Mexico, Enrique Pena Nieto tweeted on Sunday afternoon that Gabriel was a beloved singer of the nation and he was gone away too soon, and his music and talent will be loved for centuries to come as he represented the best of Mexico.
Moreover, he had recently given an outstanding performance via a concert at the new X monument in Juarez. It was attended by around 100,000 people.Juan Gabriel Dead: Check death reason and cause
In future, he had a prepared schedule for the tour to visit the American cities including Miami, Los Angeles, and Chicago. The tour was named “MeXXIco Es Todos” (XXI meant for the 21st century).
The singer, performer and Billboard Latin Music Hall of Fame inductee has worked for more than 40 years until he died as reported by Billboard. He was a true music lover and was extremely famous among the Latino audience.
His memorable tunes include “Querida,” “Noa, Noa,” Gracias a Dios” “Costumbres” and “Amor Eterno.” His words include hundreds of songs and recordings with Rocio Durcal, Ana Gabriel, Thalia, Selena and Kumbia Kings.
Juan Gabriel ranked at No. 18 on Billboard’s 2015 Money Makers list. His significant share of money came from the $11.6 million in touring revenue in 2015. He scored the year’s highest-grossing Latin tour and had the top-selling Latin album, Los Duo, which has moved 131,000 units.