Here are 16 famous musicians from Argentina died at 62:
Juan B. Justo (June 28, 1865 Argentina-January 8, 1928) a.k.a. Juan Justo or Dr. Juan B. Justo was an Argentine physician, journalist and politician.
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José Omar Pastoriza (May 23, 1942 Rosario-August 2, 2004 Buenos Aires) also known as Jose Omar Pastoriza was an Argentine personality.
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Roberto Fontanarrosa (November 26, 1944 Rosario-July 19, 2007 Rosario) a.k.a. Roberto Alfredo Fontanarrosa, El Negro or Roberto "El negro" Fontanarrosa was an Argentine writer, cartoonist and screenwriter. He had one child, Franco Fontanarrosa.
He died as a result of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
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José Manuel Moreno (August 3, 1916 Buenos Aires-August 26, 1978) otherwise known as Jose Manuel Moreno was an Argentine personality.
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Héctor Rial (October 14, 1928 Pergamino-February 24, 1991 Madrid) was an Argentine personality.
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Carlos Roffé (August 1, 1943 Buenos Aires-December 31, 2005 Buenos Aires) also known as Carlos Alberto Roffe was an Argentine actor.
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Delfo Cabrera (April 2, 1919 Armstrong-August 2, 1981 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine personality.
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René Pontoni (May 18, 1920 Santa Fe-May 14, 1983 Santa Fe) was an Argentine personality.
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José Maurer (May 6, 1906 Boryslav-May 23, 1968) was an Argentine personality.
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Renato Cesarini (April 11, 1906 Senigallia-March 24, 1969 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine football player.
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Vicente de la Mata (January 15, 1918 Rosario-August 4, 1980 Rosario) was an Argentine personality.
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Hippolyte Bouchard (January 15, 1780 Bormes-les-Mimosas-January 4, 1843 Peru) was an Argentine sailor and pirate.
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Adolfo Lazzarini (May 7, 1952 Sauce-April 5, 2015 Asunción) was an Argentine personality.
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Luis Alberto Spinetta (January 23, 1950 Buenos Aires-February 8, 2012 Buenos Aires) also known as Spinetta, Spinetta, Luis Alberto, El Flaco, Luigi or Luisito was an Argentine musician, singer and composer. His children are Dante, Catarina Spinetta, Valentino Spinetta and Vera Spinetta.
His albums include Elija y gane, Para los Árboles, Silver Sorgo, A 18' del sol, Camalotus, Don Lucero, El álbum, Exactas, Fuego gris and Kamikaze. Genres: Progressive rock, Jazz, Blues, Jazz fusion, Rock music, Blues rock, Psychedelic pop, Experimental rock, Folk music, Hard rock, Soft rock and Album-oriented rock.
He died as a result of lung cancer.
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Osvaldo Reig (August 14, 1929 Buenos Aires-March 13, 1992 Buenos Aires) a.k.a. Osvaldo Alfredo Reig was an Argentine personality.
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Omar Chabán (March 31, 1952 San Martín, Buenos Aires-November 17, 2014) a.k.a. Omar Chaban was an Argentine personality.
He died in lymphoma.
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