Spanish musicians died when they were 28

Here are 1 famous musicians from Spain died at 28:

Nino Bravo

Nino Bravo (August 3, 1944 Aielo de Malferit-April 16, 1973 Villarrubio) a.k.a. Luis Manuel Ferri Llopis or Bravo, Nino was a Spanish singer.

His most important albums: 30 Grandes exitos originales I, 30 Grandes exitos originales II, Un beso y una flor, Todo Nino, Nino Bravo, 14 Super Exitos, 50 aniversario, N1NO: Todos los Nº 1 de Nino Bravo, Nino Bravo - De Colección and Cartas Amarillas. His related genres: Pop music, Ballad and Easy listening.

He died in traffic collision.

Nino Bravo was born in Aielo de Malferit, a small village in the province of Valencia, Spain on August 3, 1944. He started his music career at the young age of 16, performing in his hometown and nearby villages. In 1967, he moved to Valencia to pursue his music career, where he caught the attention of record producer Rafael Trabucchelli.

Bravo's breakthrough came in 1969 with the release of his hit song "Te quiero, te quiero," which became an instant success in Spain and Latin America. He went on to release several more hit songs, including "Un beso y una flor" and "Libre," which are still regarded as classics of Spanish pop music.

Despite his success, Nino Bravo remained humble and always credited his success to the support of his family, friends, and fans. Sadly, his life was cut short when he died in a car accident on April 16, 1973, at the age of 28. He left behind a legacy of timeless music that continues to inspire and move audiences to this day.

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