Sax, a member of the Maldita Vecindad, dies after being hospitalized by Covid-19

The news was confirmed by the wife of the Mexican musician through a statement On the morning of March 14, the rock music scene dresses in mourning after the sensitive death of Eulalio Cervantes Galarza, better known as Sax, a member of the legendary Mexican group La Maldita Vecindad.

Through a statement, the family confirmed the death of the saxophonist a week after they announced his hospitalization as a result of complications derived from the Covid-19 contagion.

With deep pain, the musician’s wife, Jessica Franco Landero, shared a heartfelt farewell message and spoke of the difficult situation they faced in recent weeks, also thanking the love and support they received from relatives and fans of the famous Mexican group.

“With deep pain and sadness, I share with you the sensitive death of my beloved husband Eulalio Cervaltes Galarza. Today, although my soul and that of his children feel a lot of pain, fear, and cold, Lalo transcended from this earthly plane to take refuge in the arms of the Lord. He will begin to enjoy his eternal life to interpret the best heavenly notes for you and for ‘We the Others’, “the statement read.

“I am grateful on behalf of my family for all the expressions of affection and support provided during these last months of adversity. Our prayers will provide light on their path to eternity.”

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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