Spanish musicians died when they were 61

Here are 20 famous musicians from Spain died at 61:

Rocío Jurado

Rocío Jurado (September 18, 1944 Chipiona-June 1, 2006 Madrid) a.k.a. Rocio Jurado, Jurado, Rocío, María del Rocío Trinidad Mohedano Jurado or La más grande was a Spanish singer and actor. She had three children, Rocío Carrasco, Gloria Camila Cano and José Fernando Cano.

Her albums: Como una Ola, Señora, La Lola Se Va a Los Puertos, Lo Mejor De Rocio Jurado, Canciones de España, Sevilla, Y Sin Embargo Te Quiero, 100 Años de Musica, 15 Exitos Originales Con Rocio Jurado and Como las Alas al Viento. Genres she performed: Ballad.

She died as a result of pancreatic cancer.

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Rocío Dúrcal

Rocío Dúrcal (October 4, 1944 Madrid-March 25, 2006 Torrelodones) also known as Rocío Durcal, Rocio Durcal, María de los Ángeles de las Heras Ortiz, Dúrcal, Rocío, María de los Ángeles de Las Heras Ortíz, y "Marieta", la reina de las rancheras, Rocío Dúrcal "La española más mexicana, Marieta or Rocío was a Spanish singer and actor. Her children are Shaila Dúrcal, Carmen Morales and Antonio Morales.

Her albums include Caricias, Amor Eterno - Los Exitos, Antología, Caramelito, En Concierto Inolvidable, Lo Mejor de Mí, Serie 2000, Me gustas mucho, 21 Exitos and Siempre. Genres: Mariachi and Ranchera.

She died as a result of uterine cancer.

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Manolo Moran

Manolo Moran (December 30, 1905 Madrid-April 27, 1967 Sant Joan d'Alacant) a.k.a. Manuel Morán León, Manolo Morán, Manuel Moran, Manuel Morán or Manolo Morano was a Spanish actor.

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Diego Velázquez

Diego Velázquez (June 6, 1599 Seville-August 6, 1660 Madrid) also known as Diego Velazquez, Diego Velasquez, Velazquez, Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez or Diego Rodrguez de Velzquez was a Spanish artist and visual artist. His children are called Francisca de Silva Velázquez y Pacheco and Ignacia de Silva Velázquez y Pacheco.

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José Suárez

José Suárez (September 19, 1919 Asturias-August 6, 1981 Moreda, Aller) also known as José Suárez Sánchez, Jose Suarez, José Suarez or José Lisardo Suárez Sánchez was a Spanish actor. He had one child, María Eugenia Suárez.

He died caused by natural causes.

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Terenci Moix

Terenci Moix (January 5, 1942 Barcelona-April 2, 2003 Barcelona) was a Spanish writer and author.

He died as a result of emphysema.

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Ramiro de Maeztu

Ramiro de Maeztu (May 14, 1875 Vitoria-Gasteiz-October 29, 1936 Madrid) was a Spanish writer.

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Martín de Mayorga

Martín de Mayorga (September 12, 1721 Barcelona-April 5, 1783) otherwise known as Martin de Mayorga was a Spanish personality.

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Albert VII, Archduke of Austria

Albert VII, Archduke of Austria (November 13, 1559 Wiener Neustadt-July 13, 1621 Brussels) was a Spanish personality.

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Amadeu Vives i Roig

Amadeu Vives i Roig (November 18, 1871 Collbató-December 2, 1932 Madrid) a.k.a. Vives, Amadeo, Vives, Amadeu or Amadeo Vives was a Spanish composer, writer and impresario.

His albums include Bohemios. Genres: Zarzuela and Art song.

He died as a result of asthma.

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Claude Lamoral, 3rd Prince of Ligne

Claude Lamoral, 3rd Prince of Ligne (October 8, 1618 Château de Belœil-December 21, 1679 Madrid) a.k.a. Claude Lamoral, Prince of Ligne was a Spanish personality.

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Francisco Bayeu y Subías

Francisco Bayeu y Subías (March 9, 1734 Zaragoza-August 4, 1795) otherwise known as Francisco Bayeu y Subias was a Spanish personality.

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José Antonio Aguirre

José Antonio Aguirre (April 5, 1799 Donostia / San Sebastián-July 31, 1860 San Diego) was a Spanish politician.

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Francis Solanus

Francis Solanus (March 10, 1549 Montilla-July 14, 1610 Lima) was a Spanish personality.

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Luis Cernuda

Luis Cernuda (September 21, 1902 Seville-November 5, 1963 Mexico City) was a Spanish writer.

He died caused by myocardial infarction.

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Vital Aza

Vital Aza (April 28, 1851 Lena, Asturias-December 13, 1912 Madrid) a.k.a. Vital Aza Álvarez-Buylla was a Spanish playwright, writer, journalist, poet and satirist.

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Luis Otero

Luis Otero (October 22, 1893-January 20, 1955) was a Spanish personality.

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Alonso de Ercilla

Alonso de Ercilla (August 7, 1533 Madrid-November 29, 1594 Madrid) also known as Alonso de Ercilla y Zuniga was a Spanish writer.

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Juan Yagüe

Juan Yagüe (April 5, 1891 San Leonardo de Yagüe-October 9, 1952 Burgos) also known as Juan Yague was a Spanish personality.

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Pedro Poveda Castroverde

Pedro Poveda Castroverde (December 3, 1874 Linares, Jaén-July 28, 1936 Madrid) was a Spanish personality.

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