Spanish musicians who died due to Pneumonia

Here are 1 famous musicians from Spain died in Pneumonia:

Antonio Vega

Antonio Vega (December 16, 1957 Madrid-May 12, 2009 Madrid) also known as Antonio Vega Tallés was a Spanish actor, film score composer, singer-songwriter, author, singer, writer and composer.

His most recognized albums: Autorretratos, 3000 Noches Con Marga, Anatomia De Una Ola, Antonio Vega Básico, De Un Lugar Perdido, El Sitio de mi Recreo, No me iré mañana, Oceano de sol, and .

Antonio Vega was a prominent figure of the Spanish music scene and is often considered one of the greatest songwriters in the country's history. He first rose to fame in the 1980s as the lead singer and songwriter of the band Nacha Pop, which he co-founded with Nacho García Vega.

After the group disbanded in 1988, Antonio Vega launched a successful solo career, releasing a string of acclaimed albums that showcased his introspective and poetic songwriting style. He was also known for his distinctive voice, which combined a raspy delivery with a delicate, almost fragile tone.

Aside from music, Antonio Vega was also an accomplished author and composer for film and television. He wrote several books, including a collection of poems titled "El Ángel Simón", and composed scores for films such as "Lucía y el Sexo" and "La Habitación Azul".

Sadly, Antonio Vega passed away in 2009 at the age of 51 due to lung cancer. His music continues to inspire and influence countless artists in Spain and beyond, cementing his legacy as one of the most influential and beloved musicians of his time.

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