Yucatecan Composer Sergio Esquivel Dies

In his official Facebook account, the death of the prominent Yucatecan composer and singer, Sergio Esquivel Cortés, was published a few minutes ago. In a text that says: “Dear Friends, today, April 24, Master Sergio Esquivel died. He died at home, peacefully, without pain, while sleeping in the company of his family. He was a man who leaves a wide musical and life legacy for all who knew him.

“He left in peace with life, with peace in his heart and with the joy of knowing that throughout his life he managed to reach so many people and share his message of love for life. The whole family, Celia his wife of 50 years, his children Kathy, Sergio and Daniela and his grandchildren Regina and Marco Polo, we feel very accompanied by the innumerable expressions of affection ”.

Sergio Iván Esquivel Cortés, was born in Ticul on December 8, 1946, songs such as Someone will come, Two roses, They call me a fool (co-authored with Guillermo Salamanca), A guy like me and San Juan de Letrán are just some of the favorite songs among the Mexican public.

He recorded more than 20 albums and artists such as José José, Emmanuel, Christian Castro, Lupita Dalessio, Verónica Castro, to name a few, performed his songs. Rest in Peace, the teacher Sergio Esquivel.

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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