Argentine musicians who died due to Aviation accident or incident

Here are 1 famous musicians from Argentina died in Aviation accident or incident:

Carlos Gardel

Carlos Gardel (December 11, 1890 Toulouse-June 24, 1935 Medellín) also known as Calros Gardel, Gardel, Carlos, Charles Romuald Gardes, Carlitos, El Zorzal, The King of Tango, El Mago, El Morocho del Abasto, El Mudo or El francesito was an Argentine singer, singer-songwriter, film score composer and actor.

His albums include 20 grandes éxitos, 23 Grandes Tangos, 100 Años, El Gardel Que Conocí, Volume 2, Está Siempre Vivo, Homenaje a Carlos Gardel, Las 60 Mejores Canciones de Carlos Gardel, Tango, The Collection and Todo Gardel 1927(1). Genres he performed include Tango music.

Born in France and raised in Argentina, Gardel achieved international fame for his distinctive baritone voice and charismatic performances. Considered a pioneer of Argentine tango, he recorded over 900 songs during his career, including classics such as "Mi Buenos Aires querido" and "Por una cabeza". He also starred in several films, including "Tango Bar" and "El día que me quieras". Tragically, his life was cut short when he died in a plane crash in Medellín, Colombia at the age of 44. Despite his untimely death, Gardel's legacy as one of the most important figures in tango music has endured, inspiring countless musicians and fans around the world.

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