Here are 11 famous musicians from Mexico died at 64:
Ramón Valdés (September 2, 1923 Mexico City-August 9, 1988 Mexico City) a.k.a. Ramon Valdes, Ramón Gomez Valdés de Castillo, Ramón Goméz Valdés y Castillo, Ramón Valdés 'Don Ramon', Ramón Valdéz 'Ron Damon', Ramon Gomez Valdez Castillo, Ramon Valdes Castillo, Ramon Valdez Castillo, Ramón Valdés Castillo, Seu Madruga, Ramón Valdez, Don Ramón, Ramón Valdéz, Don Moncho, Ron Damon, Moncho, Monchito or Rorro was a Mexican actor. His child is called Esteban Valdés.
He died caused by stomach cancer.
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Justo Sierra (January 26, 1848 Mexico-September 13, 1912) was a Mexican writer and politician.
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Julio Jiménez Rueda (April 10, 1896 Mexico City-April 10, 1960 Mexico City) was a Mexican playwright.
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Lola Beltrán (March 7, 1932 Rosario-March 24, 1996 Mexico City) also known as Lola Beltran, Beltrán, Lola or María Lucila Beltrán Ruiz was a Mexican presenter, singer and actor. She had two children, María Elena Leal and José Leal.
Her discography includes: 20 Rancheras Huapangos y Corridos, 10 Años: Un Recuerdo Permanente, 40 Temas Originales, ¡Ay! Jalisco No Te Rajes, , , and Interpreta a Juan Gabriel. Genres she performed: Ranchera and Huapango.
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Steve Clemente (November 22, 1885 Mexico-May 7, 1950 Los Angeles) also known as Esteban Clemento Morro, Steve Clemento Morro, Steve Clemens, Steve Clemento, Steve Clements, Steve Clement or Stece Clemento was a Mexican actor.
He died in cerebral hemorrhage.
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Gonzalo Martínez Ortega (April 27, 1934 Camargo-June 2, 1998 Mexico) also known as Gonzalo Martínez was a Mexican film producer, film director, actor and screenwriter.
He died caused by traffic collision.
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Alejandro Aura (March 2, 1944 Mexico City-July 30, 2008 Madrid) was a Mexican writer, essayist, poet, actor and playwright. He had five children, Cecilia Aura Cross, Pablo Aura, Juan Aura, María Aura and María Aura.
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Bernardo Quintana Arrioja (October 29, 1919 Mexico City-August 12, 1984) was a Mexican personality.
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Ernesto Cortázar II (May 2, 1940 Mexico City-August 2, 2004) a.k.a. Ernesto Cortázar, Ernesto Cortzar, Cortazar, Ernesto or Ernesto Cortazar was a Mexican composer and pianist.
His albums include 9 Lives of Innocence, Ballerina, Cortazar Plays Sinatra, En Iyiler, Just for You, Mascarade, Tic Tac Blues, Leaves in the Wind, Moments of Sol'Itude and Just the Two of Us. Genres he performed include Film score.
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Vicente Riva Palacio (October 16, 1832 Mexico-November 22, 1896 Madrid) was a Mexican personality.
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Rogelio A. González (January 27, 1920 Monterrey-May 22, 1984 Saltillo) also known as Antonio Rogelio González Villarreal, Rogelio A. Gonzalez Jr., Rogelio Gonzalez Jr., Rgelio Gonzalez, Rogelio Gonzalez, Rogelio A. González Jr., Rogelio A. Gonzalez V. or Rogelio González V. was a Mexican film director, screenwriter and actor. His child is called Rojo Grau.
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