Filipino music stars who deceased at age 66

Here are 14 famous musicians from Philippines died at 66:

Anacleto Díaz

Anacleto Díaz (November 20, 1878 Aringay-February 10, 1945 Manila) was a Filipino lawyer and judge.

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Andres Soriano

Andres Soriano (February 8, 1898 Manila-December 30, 1964 Boston) also known as Andres Soriano y Roxas, Colonel Andres Soriano Sr. or Andrés Soriano was a Filipino industrialist, entrepreneur and publisher. He had two children, Jose Maria Soriano and Andres Soriano, Jr..

He died in cancer.

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José B. Lingad

José B. Lingad (November 24, 1914 Lubao-December 16, 1980 San Fernando City) was a Filipino lawyer and politician.

He died as a result of assassination.

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Norberto Romualdez

Norberto Romualdez (June 6, 1875 Burauen-November 4, 1941 Palapag, Northern Samar) a.k.a. Norberto Romualdez was a Filipino writer and politician.

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Leandro Locsin

Leandro Locsin (August 15, 1928 Silay-November 15, 1994 Makati) was a Filipino architect and artist.

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José Padilla, Jr.

José Padilla, Jr. (July 16, 1911 Philippines-June 18, 1978) a.k.a. Pempe Padilla, Jose Padilla or Pempe was a Filipino actor. His children are called Og Padilla, Joena Padilla, Zenaida Padilla, Maria Edith Padilla, Pempe Padilla Jr. and Jovy Padilla.

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José Nepomuceno

José Nepomuceno (May 15, 1893 Manila-December 1, 1959 Tuguegarao) a.k.a. Jose Zialcita Nepomuceno, Don Jose or Father of Philippine Movies was a Filipino film director, actor, film producer, film editor, photographer and screenwriter.

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Lou Salvador, Jr.

Lou Salvador, Jr. (December 4, 1941-April 19, 2008 Las Vegas) also known as The James Dean of the Philippines, Jojo or James Dean of the Philippines was a Filipino actor.

He died as a result of lung cancer.

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Ama Quiambao

Ama Quiambao (January 19, 1947 Bacacay-July 5, 2013 Quezon City) also known as Amable Quiambao, Amable "Ama" Quiambao or Amable Quiambao-Viray was a Filipino actor. She had one child, Ishmael Viray.

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Amado V. Hernandez

Amado V. Hernandez (September 13, 1903 Hagonoy, Bulacan-March 24, 1970 Manila) also known as Amado Hernandez, Amado Hernández or Amado Vera Hernandez was a Filipino writer.

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Lauro Mumar

Lauro Mumar (March 6, 1924 Philippines-December 20, 1990) was a Filipino basketball player. His children are L.A. Mumar and Carla Mumar.

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Mario O'Hara

Mario O'Hara (April 20, 1946 Zamboanga City-June 26, 2012 Pasay) also known as Mario Herrero O'Hara or Mario O' Hara was a Filipino screenwriter, film director, playwright, actor, theatre director, television director, film producer and radio announcer.

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Larry Silva

Larry Silva (October 21, 1937 Manila-April 27, 2004 Manila) also known as Larry 'Pipoy' Silva, Hilarion Silva, Pipoy or Hilarion "Larry" Silva was a Filipino actor.

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Joey Gosiengfiao

Joey Gosiengfiao (March 15, 1941 Manila-March 16, 2007 Quezon City) also known as Jose Gosiengfiao, Joey G. Gosiengfiao, Joey Gosienfiao, Joey Gosengfiao or Manong Joey was a Filipino film director, film producer, publicist and screenwriter.

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