Mexican music stars died before turning 40

Here are 52 famous musicians from Mexico died before 40:

Agustín Yáñez

Agustín Yáñez (April 5, 2015 Guadalajara-April 5, 1980) also known as Agustin Yanez was a Mexican writer.

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Miroslava

Miroslava (February 26, 1925 Prague-March 9, 1955 Mexico City) a.k.a. Miros, Miroslava Sternova, Miros-mango, Miroslava Šternová or Miroslava Stern was a Mexican actor.

She died as a result of suicide.

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Digna Ochoa

Digna Ochoa (May 15, 1964 Misantla-October 19, 2001) was a Mexican lawyer.

She died caused by firearm.

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Francisco González de la Vega

Francisco González de la Vega (April 5, 2015-April 5, 1976) was a Mexican lawyer.

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Pedro Infante

Pedro Infante (November 18, 1917 Mazatlán-April 15, 1957 Mérida) a.k.a. Infante, Pedro, Pedro Infante Cruz or Idolo de Guamúchil was a Mexican singer and actor. He had six children, Pedro Infante Jr., Cruz Infante, Lupita Infante, Graciela Margarita, Guadalupe Infante Torrentera and Irma Infante.

His albums: Rancheras Immortales, Volume 2, Rancheras Inmortales, Volume 1, Rancheras Inmortales, Volume 3, Razones de Ser..., Las Románticas de Pedro Infante, El cantante del siglo, Querido Amigo, A Mi Pueblo Que Tanto Quiero... Boleros Y Rancheras, 15 inmortales and Adios mis chorreadas.

He died caused by aviation accident or incident.

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Javier Solís

Javier Solís (September 1, 1931 Tacubaya-April 19, 1966 Mexico City) also known as Javier Solis, Solís, Javier, Gabriel Siria Levario or El Rey del Bolero was a Mexican singer and actor.

His discography includes: La Historia De Javier Solis, Payaso, El Rey del Bolero Ranchero, 45 Grandes Exitos, Boleros Del Alma, Javier en New York, Javier Solis y Los Panchos, Sombras, Super Exitos: Javier Solis and 15 Autenticos Exitos. Genres related to him: Ranchera, Popular music, Bolero, Mariachi and Corrido.

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Pedro Rodríguez

Pedro Rodríguez (January 18, 1940 Mexico City-July 11, 1971 Nuremberg) was a Mexican race car driver.

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Moisés Solana

Moisés Solana (December 26, 1935 Mexico-July 27, 1969) was a Mexican race car driver.

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Julio César González

Julio César González (July 30, 1976 Guerrero Negro-March 10, 2012 Guerrero Negro) was a Mexican personality.

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Juan Carreño

Juan Carreño (August 14, 1909 Mexico City-December 16, 1940) was a Mexican personality.

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Antonio de Nigris

Antonio de Nigris (April 1, 1978 Monterrey-November 16, 2009 Larissa) also known as Tano or Antonio de Nigris Guajardo was a Mexican football player. He had one child, Miranda de Nigris.

He died caused by myocardial infarction.

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Noé Hernández

Noé Hernández (March 15, 1978 Chimalhuacán-January 16, 2013) a.k.a. Noe Hernandez was a Mexican personality.

He died as a result of cardiac arrest.

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José Luis Calva

José Luis Calva (June 20, 1969 Mexico City-December 11, 2007) was a Mexican writer.

He died as a result of suicide.

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Alan Ledesma

Alan Ledesma (November 26, 1977 Mexico-February 25, 2008) was a Mexican personality.

He died in stomach cancer.

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Raul Sáenz

Raul Sáenz (April 5, 2015-April 5, 1982) was a Mexican personality.

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Antonieta Rivas Mercado

Antonieta Rivas Mercado (April 28, 1900 Mexico City-February 11, 1931 Paris) was a Mexican journalist, playwright, dancer and writer. She had one child, Donald Antonio Blair.

She died in suicide.

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Carlos Noriega Hope

Carlos Noriega Hope (November 6, 1896 Tacubaya-November 15, 1934 Mexico City) was a Mexican screenwriter and author.

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Enrique González Rojo, Sr.

Enrique González Rojo, Sr. (August 25, 1899 Culiacán-May 9, 1939 Mexico City) was a Mexican personality. His child is Enrique González Rojo, Jr..

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Jorge Cuesta

Jorge Cuesta (September 23, 1903 Córdoba-August 13, 1942 Tlalpan) a.k.a. Jorge Mateo Cuesta Porte-Petit was a Mexican personality.

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Amado de la Cueva

Amado de la Cueva (May 6, 1891 Guadalajara-April 1, 1926 Guadalajara) was a Mexican personality.

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Fermín Revueltas Sánchez

Fermín Revueltas Sánchez (July 7, 1901 Santiago Papasquiaro-September 7, 1935 Mexico City) was a Mexican painter.

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Emiliano Zapata

Emiliano Zapata (August 8, 1879 Anenecuilco-April 10, 1919 Morelos) was a Mexican politician and military officer.

He died as a result of firearm.

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Francisco I. Madero

Francisco I. Madero (October 30, 1873 Parras-February 22, 1913 Mexico City) also known as Francisco Madero was a Mexican politician.

He died in firearm.

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Víctor Ávila

Víctor Ávila (March 27, 1977 Culiacán-April 5, 2015) was a Mexican personality.

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Rafael Osuna

Rafael Osuna (September 15, 1938 Mexico City-June 4, 1969 Monterrey) was a Mexican tennis player.

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Édgar Ponce

Édgar Ponce (December 27, 1974 Mexico City-May 5, 2005 Mexico City) a.k.a. Edgar Ponce Garcia was a Mexican actor.

He died caused by traffic collision.

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Rodrigo González

Rodrigo González (December 25, 1950 Tampico-September 19, 1985 Mexico City) also known as Rodrigo Gonzalez or González, Rodrigo was a Mexican singer-songwriter and author.

His albums include Hurbanistorias, Aventuras en el DeFe, and El Profeta del Nopal. Genres he performed include Rock music, Folk music and Blues.

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Sergio Gómez

Sergio Gómez (June 2, 1973 Ciudad Hidalgo-December 1, 2007 Morelia) was a Mexican record producer, singer and actor.

Genres: Norteño, Latin pop and Duranguense.

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Chalino Sanchez

Chalino Sanchez (August 30, 1960 Badiraguato-May 16, 1992 Culiacán) a.k.a. Chalino Sánchez, Sanchez, Chalino, Rosalino Sánchez Felix, El Pelavacas or El Rey Del Corrido was a Mexican singer. He had one child, Adán Sánchez.

His most important albums: 30 Chalinazos (disc 3), Mas Exitos Con, Con la Banda Sinaloense La Costeña, Con los Amables del Norte, Corridos de los Felix y los Quintero, , Nieves de enero, Joyas musicales, volumen 3, Joyas musicales, volumen 2 and Joyas musicales, volumen 1.

He died in murder.

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Soraya Jiménez

Soraya Jiménez (August 5, 1977 Mexico City-March 28, 2013) otherwise known as Soraya Jimenez Mendivil was a Mexican personality.

She died in myocardial infarction.

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Lupe Vélez

Lupe Vélez (July 18, 1908 San Luis Potosí-December 13, 1944 Glendale) also known as Lupe Velez, Maria Guadaloupe Velez de Villalobos, The Hot Pepper, The Mexican Spitfire, María Guadalupe Villalobos Vélez, Mexican Spitfire or María Guadalupe Vélez de Villalobos was a Mexican actor.

She died as a result of drug overdose.

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Francisco del Villar

Francisco del Villar (April 5, 2015-September 1, 1978) was a Mexican film producer, film director and screenwriter.

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Juan Camilo Mouriño

Juan Camilo Mouriño (August 1, 1971 Madrid-November 4, 2008 Mexico City) also known as Juan Camilo Mourino was a Mexican politician and economist.

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John Riley

John Riley (February 8, 1817 Clifden-October 10, 1850 Veracruz) also known as John O'Riley was a Mexican personality.

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Jesse Pintado

Jesse Pintado (July 12, 1969 Mexico-August 27, 2006 Ridderkerk) a.k.a. Pintado, Jesse, Jesus Ernesto Pintado Andrade or Jesus (Jesse) Ernesto Pintado Andrade was a Mexican guitarist and musician.

Genres he performed: Death metal and Grindcore.

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Pina Pellicer

Pina Pellicer (April 3, 1934 Mexico City-December 4, 1964 Mexico City) also known as Josefina Pellicer Lopez Llergo or Josefina Yolanda Pellicer López de Llergo was a Mexican actor.

She died in suicide.

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Delfina Ortega Díaz

Delfina Ortega Díaz (October 20, 1845 Oaxaca-April 8, 1880 Oaxaca) was a Mexican personality.

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William Leidesdorff

William Leidesdorff (October 23, 1810 Christiansted-May 18, 1848) also known as William Alexander Leidesdorff, Jr. was a Mexican businessperson.

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Jaime Bravo

Jaime Bravo (September 8, 1932 Tepito-February 2, 1970 Zacatecas) was a Mexican torero and actor. His children are Estefan Bravo, Jaime A. Bravo Jr. and Aleco Jaime Bravo.

He died as a result of traffic collision.

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Benjamin LeBaron

Benjamin LeBaron (October 4, 1976-July 7, 2009) was a Mexican personality.

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Saturnino Herrán

Saturnino Herrán (July 9, 1887 Aguascalientes-October 8, 1918) a.k.a. Saturnino Herran was a Mexican painter. He had one child, José Francisco Herrán.

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María Teresa Lara

María Teresa Lara (April 5, 2015 Tlatlauquitepec (municipality)-May 23, 1984) also known as Ma. Teresa Lara was a Mexican composer and lyricist.

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Johnny "J"

Johnny "J" (August 28, 1969 Ciudad Juárez-October 3, 2008 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Johnny J, Johnny Jackson, Captain Kirk, Heiny Hay, Tito Quentez, Johnny Lee Jackson or Johnny J. was a Mexican songwriter, record producer and rapper.

Discography: I Gotta Be Me. Genres he performed: G-funk, Rhythm and blues, Dancehall, Hip Hop, Hip hop music and Contemporary R&B.

He died as a result of suicide.

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Rui Torres

Rui Torres (December 30, 1976 Mexico City-February 24, 2008) was a Mexican personality.

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José Carlos Becerra

José Carlos Becerra (May 21, 1936 Villahermosa-May 27, 1970 Brindisi) a.k.a. Jose Carlos Becerra was a Mexican personality.

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Manuel Alejandro Aponte Gómez

Manuel Alejandro Aponte Gómez (December 10, 1974 Chilpancingo-April 9, 2014 La Cruz) was a Mexican hitman.

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Fanny Cano

Fanny Cano (February 28, 1944 Huetamo-December 7, 1983 Madrid) also known as Fanny Cano Damián was a Mexican actor and film producer.

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Lucha Reyes

Lucha Reyes (May 23, 1906 Guadalajara-June 25, 1944 Mexico City) was a Mexican singer.

Her most well known albums: and . Her related genres: Ranchera.

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Carmen Laroux

Carmen Laroux (September 4, 1909 Durango-August 24, 1942 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Carmen LaRoux, Carmen La Roux or Carmen Le Roux was a Mexican actor.

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Elvira Quintana

Elvira Quintana (November 7, 1935 Montijo, Spain-August 8, 1968 Mexico City) otherwise known as Elvira Quintana Molina was a Mexican actor, singer and poet.

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Mariana Levy

Mariana Levy (April 22, 1966 Mexico City-April 29, 2005 Mexico City) also known as Mariana Levy Fernández or Mariana Levy Fernandez was a Mexican singer.

She died caused by myocardial infarction.

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Villano II

Villano II (September 25, 1949 Mexico City-April 17, 1989) also known as José Alfredo Díaz Mendoza was a Mexican personality.

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