Hundreds of fans of the group and other artists dedicated a few words in memory of the deceased musician

During Wednesday night, Los Angeles Negros founder and guitarist Mario Guttiérrez passed away at 71 years of age.

The news was confirmed by the Chilean group itself, who shared the unfortunate event through their social networks, where they dedicated a photograph and an emotional farewell message.

“Daddy, we, your children, daughters-in-law and grandchildren give you an eternal gratitude, for having chosen us to be your offspring, fly high and may your well-deserved applause accompany you , we will meet again”, you can read in the text published by the interpreters of “The Flower died”.

The cause of death Mario Gutiérrez, founder of Los Ángeles Negros

According to the information published by ADN de Chile, the member of Los Ángeles Negros died after being infected with Covid-19, which was complicated by the diabetes he already suffered ; His wife also died this Wednesday due to a virus that keeps the world on alert for the pandemic.

During this period of quarantine, the group that sings songs like “Mi Niña” or “Y Volveré” tried to make a concert via streaming to offer a distraction to their fans. However, one of its members fell ill with coronavirus and had to cancel it.

Los Ángeles Negros was founded in 1968 after Cristián Blasser, Sergio Rojas and Mario Gutiérrez joined; later Germaín de la Fuente joined, but in 1974 he left the band. Bands that had lawsuits so uncomfortable that they caused great drama among their members

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There are even some photos where we see Nick taking his partner by the shirt, although the reason for the fight is unknown.

The success that thanks to their ballads took them so high that they were even compared to The Beatles for the great influence they were having on music in Spanish and especially in Latin America.

The last time the Chilean group performed in Mexico was in 2018 when they gave a concert at the Metropólitan Theater to celebrate their 50-year career.

The Aztec country always had a special place in their memory, as it was where they consolidated their career.

The departure of Mario Gutiérrez will leave a gap between his fans and other musicians, who have taken advantage of social networks to say goodbye.

Rest in peace Mario Gutiérrez.

 

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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