Here are 13 famous musicians from Argentina died at 60:
Néstor Kirchner (February 25, 1950 Río Gallegos-October 27, 2010 El Calafate) also known as Nestor Kirchner, Néstor Carlos Kirchner or Pingüino was an Argentine lawyer and politician. He had two children, Máximo Kirchner and Florencia Kirchner.
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Manuel Vicente Maza (April 5, 1779 Buenos Aires-June 27, 1839 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine lawyer and politician.
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Santiago Santamaría (August 22, 1952 San Nicolás de los Arroyos-July 27, 2013 Córdoba) was an Argentine personality.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Alfredo Oscar Saint Jean (November 8, 1926 Buenos Aires-September 2, 1987) also known as Alfredo Oscar Saint-Jean was an Argentine politician and soldier.
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Juan Carlos Altavista (January 4, 1929 Buenos Aires-July 20, 1989 Buenos Aires) also known as Juan G Altavista, Minguito, Mingo or Minguito Tinguitella was an Argentine actor and comedian. His children are called Maribel Altavista, Ana Clara Altavista and Juan Gabriel Altavista.
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Pascual Ruiz Huidobro (April 1, 1752 Ourense-March 1, 1813 Mendoza) was an Argentine personality.
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Natalio Perinetti (December 28, 1900 Argentina-October 31, 1961) was an Argentine personality.
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Leopoldo Torres Ríos (December 27, 1899 Buenos Aires-April 10, 1960 Vicente López, Buenos Aires) was an Argentine screenwriter, film director, film producer and film score composer. He had one child, Leopoldo Torre Nilsson.
He died as a result of lung cancer.
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Aníbal Troilo (July 11, 1914 Buenos Aires-May 18, 1975 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Anibal Troilo, Pichuco, Aníbal Troilo Y Su Orquesta Típica or Aníbal Troilo And His orchestra was an Argentine musician, composer, conductor, film score composer and actor.
His albums include Instrumental 1941-1944, Sólo Tango, Adiós Pampa mía - 1945-1946, Barrio de Tango - 1942, Cafetín de Buenos Aires - 1948-1949, La Cumparsita -1943, María - 1945, Mientras gime el bandoneón - 1946, Quejas de bandoneón - 1944 and Romance de barrio - 1947-1948. His related genres: Tango music.
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José Aricó (July 27, 1931 Villa María-August 22, 1991 Buenos Aires) also known as José M. Aricó or José María Aricó was an Argentine personality.
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Marta Traba (January 25, 1923 Buenos Aires-November 27, 1983 Mejorada del Campo) was an Argentine art critic.
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Leticia Scury (April 5, 1890-April 27, 1950 Argentina) a.k.a. Leticia Scuri was an Argentine actor.
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Julián Bautista (April 21, 1901 Madrid-July 8, 1961 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine conductor and film score composer.
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