Bolivian musicians died when they were 49

Here are 1 famous musicians from Bolivia died at 49:

Eduardo Rózsa-Flores

Eduardo Rózsa-Flores (March 31, 1960 Santa Cruz de la Sierra-April 16, 2009 Santa Cruz de la Sierra) a.k.a. Rózsa-Flores Eduardo, Rózsa György Eduardo, Eduardo Rózsa Flores, Rózsa Eduardo, Rózsa Eduárd, Eduardo R. Flores, Rózsa Eduardo Flores, Chico or Jorge Eduardo Rózsa was a Bolivian actor and writer.

Rózsa-Flores was born in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia to a Spanish mother and a Hungarian father. He was raised in Hungary and later moved to Bolivia in the early 1980s. He was fluent in several languages including Spanish, Hungarian, and English.

Rózsa-Flores was widely known for his involvement in many political movements in South America, including the Tupac Katari Guerrilla Army and the Weisfeiler Commission. He was also a strong supporter of the Hungarian minority in Transylvania, Romania, and often spoke out against the oppression they faced.

Aside from his political activism, Rózsa-Flores also had a successful career in film and theater. He starred in several Hungarian films, and his debut novel "El camino de los siete lagos" was published in 2001.

Tragically, Rózsa-Flores was killed in 2009 during a police raid on a hotel in Santa Cruz de la Sierra. The circumstances surrounding his death are still the subject of debate and controversy.

He died as a result of gunshot.

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