Here are 8 famous musicians from Argentina died at 55:
Roberto María Ortiz (September 24, 1886 Buenos Aires-July 15, 1942 Buenos Aires) also known as Roberto Maria Ortiz was an Argentine lawyer and politician.
He died in diabetes mellitus.
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Omar Oreste Corbatta (March 11, 1936 Daireaux-November 6, 1991 La Plata) was an Argentine personality.
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Juan Marvezzi (November 16, 1915 San Miguel de Tucumán-April 4, 1971 Munro, Buenos Aires) was an Argentine personality.
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Eduardo Luján Manera (August 22, 1944 Concepción del Uruguay-August 15, 2000) was an Argentine personality.
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Rubén Luis di Palma (October 27, 1944-September 30, 2000) was an Argentine race car driver.
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Ricardo Garijo (December 1, 1953 Tandil-October 3, 2009) was an Argentine personality.
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Gustavo Cerati (August 11, 1959 Buenos Aires-September 4, 2014 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Cerati, Gustavo, Gustavo Adrián Cerati Clark or Cerati was an Argentine guitarist, musician, singer-songwriter, composer, record producer, singer and songwriter. He had two children, Lisa Cerati Amenábar and Benito Cerati Amenábar.
His albums: Amor Amarillo, Bocanada, Siempre Es Hoy, Canciones Elegidas 93-04, Ahí Vamos, Reversiones: Siempre es hoy, Plan V, +Bien, 11 Episodios Sinfónicos and Fuerza natural. Genres he performed: Pop music, New Wave, Rock music, Pop rock, Electronic rock, Electronic music, Post-punk, Alternative rock, Experimental rock, Art rock, Indie rock, Neo-psychedelia, Power pop and Deep house.
He died in respiratory arrest.
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Amado Alonso (September 13, 1896 Lerín-May 26, 1952 Arlington) was an Argentine personality.
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