November 14, 2018
In 2008, he was immortal on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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Bolero's singer Lucho Gatica died yesterday afternoon in the 90th year in Mexico City, where he lived half a century ago.
The sad news was taken by his son Luis Gatica on social networks with "Buen viaje! Te amo", the actor has expressed the terrible departure of the singer originally from Chile.
It is not yet known that the death of Luch shocked all of Latin America, especially his country of origin, Chile, according to Clarn, he set out three days of national mourning.
Recall that the singer participated in 15 films and recorded 13 albums in 70 years of career; in 2013, according to El Pas, published his latest album "Historia de un amor" with incredible duets with Miguel Bos (Sabor a m), Michael Bubl (Kuizs, maybe) or Laura Pausini (Historia de un amor).
Gatica recognized him before his death, in 2007 he received Latin grammar for musical excellence, in 2008 he was immortal in the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the honor of the Order of Art and Cultural Mister Pablo Neruda in 2011.
Mexican singer Lucho Gatica died in Mexico, "the king of bolero," for 90 years https: //t.co/iKkLVSi1Nu pic.tvitter.com/ IOgaKL0OKSz
Reuters Latam (@ ReutersLatam) November 14, 2018
On the other hand, according to Notimek, various singers from social networks expressed their sorrow over the death of a singer.
Chilean musician Beto Cuevas said in a tweet: "KEPD Lucho Gatica, an excellent voice that has been talking to the hearts of millions of people around the world." It was a great honor to sing with you on your album. I fight. "
"Word for Don Luco Gatić To see the rest of the video, visit my official Facebook: Beto Cuevas Oficial" # luchogatica # idolo # icon # reidelbolero # leienda pic.tvitter.com/HUgKOMnsgI
Beto Cuevas (@ iambetocuevas) November 13, 2018
Music producer Humberto Gatica, the nephew of the late singer, said in an interview with Radio Cooperative: "This is one of the most important legends of our country, and his music leaves us memories of life. It was okay, but his brain was out."
Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz wrote condolences in the message to Alfredo Gatici, the son of the "King of the Bolero": "Friend @ alfiegatica, a caric and powerful embrace, Lucho Gatic always sounds in the heart of Bolero".
@ alfiegatica friend, karious and strong embrace. Lučo Gatić always sounds like a bolero in his hearts. pic.tvitter.com / VrtKDCCSPs
Alejandro Sanz (@ AlejandroSanz) November 13, 2018
Mexican singer, Iurie, also expressed the feelings of Luca's death on her personal Twitter account: "People die when they forget … and you, teachers, remember forever! Chile, my love and prayers for your family."
Inclusive, Mexican journalist Joakun Lpez-Driga dedicates a brief message to his followers with: "# URGENTE Music is in sadness, Lucho Gatić died."