Here are 15 famous musicians from Argentina died at 64:
Miguel Ángel Juárez Celman (September 29, 1844 Córdoba-April 14, 1909 Arrecifes) also known as Miguel Juarez Celman, Juárez Celman or Miguel Juárez Celman was an Argentine lawyer.
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Ángel Labruna (September 28, 1918 Buenos Aires-September 20, 1983) otherwise known as Angel Labruna was an Argentine personality.
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Ángel Roffo (December 30, 1882 Argentina-July 23, 1947) also known as Dr. Ángel Roffo was an Argentine physician.
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José María Guido (August 29, 1910 Buenos Aires-June 13, 1975 Buenos Aires) also known as Jose Maria Guido was an Argentine politician and lawyer.
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Fernando Paternoster (May 24, 1903 Pehuajó-June 6, 1967 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine personality.
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Francisco Petrone (August 14, 1902 Buenos Aires-March 11, 1967 Buenos Aires) otherwise known as Francisco Antonio Petrecca Mesulla was an Argentine actor.
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Roberto Romero (October 22, 1927 Salta-February 15, 1992 Rio de Janeiro) was an Argentine politician and businessperson.
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Victor Mercante (February 21, 1870 Merlo-September 20, 1934 Andes) was an Argentine personality.
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Juan Larrea (June 24, 1782 Catalonia-June 20, 1847 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine politician.
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Sandro de América (August 19, 1945 Buenos Aires-January 4, 2010 Mendoza) also known as Roberto Julio Sánchez, Sandro, Sandro of America, Gitano, Sandro de America or de América, Sandro was an Argentine singer, musician and actor.
His discography includes: 20 Grandes éxitos, Quiero Llenarme de Ti (Vibración y Ritmo), Lo Mejor, , and Mis 30 mejores canciones. His related genres: Rock and roll and Latin pop.
He died as a result of cancer.
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Simón Radowitzky (April 5, 1891 Argentina-February 29, 1956) was an Argentine personality.
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Vito Dumas (September 26, 1900 Palermo, Buenos Aires-March 28, 1965 Tigre, Buenos Aires Province) was an Argentine sailor.
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Miguel Caló (October 28, 1907 Buenos Aires-May 24, 1972 Buenos Aires) also known as Miguel Caló Y Su Orquesta, Miguel Calo, Miguel Caló Y Su Orquesta Típica, Miguel Calo y su Orquesta Típica or Caló, Miguel was an Argentine composer and musician.
Discography: , Al Compás Del Corazón: Reliquias, 15 grandes éxitos, From Argentina to the World, Con sus grandes cantantes, Grandes del Tango 16, Loco Turbion, Y su orquesta de las Estrellas, and Grandes del Tango 45.
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Felisa Mary (March 7, 1892 Bilbao-August 23, 1956 Buenos Aires) also known as Felicitas de la Torre was an Argentine actor.
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Eduardo Bradley (April 9, 1887 La Plata-June 3, 1951 Buenos Aires) was an Argentine pilot.
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