Here are 8 famous musicians from Argentina died at 57:
Manuel Puig (December 28, 1932 General Villegas-July 22, 1990 Cuernavaca) also known as Juan Manuel Puig Delledonne was an Argentine writer, author and novelist.
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Néstor Togneri (November 27, 1942 General San Martín Partido-December 8, 1999 General San Martín Partido) was an Argentine personality.
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Pedro Calomino (March 13, 1892 Buenos Aires-January 12, 1950) was an Argentine personality.
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Antonio Alice (February 23, 1886 Buenos Aires-August 24, 1943) was an Argentine personality.
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Ernesto Segura (October 24, 1914 Mar del Plata-March 13, 1972) was an Argentine cleric.
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Alejandro Rey (February 8, 1930 Buenos Aires-May 21, 1987 Los Angeles) was an Argentine actor and television director. He had one child, Brandon Rey.
He died caused by lung cancer.
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Carlos Di Sarli (January 7, 1903 Bahía Blanca-January 12, 1960 Olivos) also known as Di Sarli Carlos, Carlos di Sarli, Cayetano di Sarli or El Señor del Tango was an Argentine composer, pianist and conductor.
His albums include Instrumental, RCA Víctor 100 Años, 1940-1943 (Colección 78 RPM), 1943-1948 (Colección 78 RPM), 1928-1931 (Colección 78 RPM), 1940-1947 (Colección 78 RPM), A La Gran Muñeca, Cascabelito, Coleccion Completa, Volume 1 and El señor del tango.
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Francisco Lomuto (November 24, 1893 Parque Patricios-December 23, 1950 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Lomuto Francisco, Francisco J. Lomuto & His Típica Orchestra, Lomuto, Francisco, Francisco J. Lomuto & His Tipica Orchestra, Francisco Juan Lomuto Narducci, Pancho Laguna, Francisco Juan Lomuto or Pancho was an Argentine composer, pianist, conductor and film score composer.
His albums: 1931-1950 (Colección 78 RPM), RCA club, 1930-1941 and .
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