The artist confirmed the sad news through a statement on Facebook. The pioneer of the Robles Dynasty left them at 99 years of age

Northern music is sadder than ever after the departure of one of its great representatives, Eliseo Robles Garza, father of the renowned singers of this genre Eliseo and Salomón Robles.

The patriarch of the Robles dynasty died at the age of 99, surrounded by the love of his family. It was Eliseo Jr. and the group Los barbaros del Norte, who made it known on their social networks.

“Don Eliseo Robles Garza, ‘El Roble Mayor’, has just left this world. The father of the Robles dynasty, the father of our leader, ‘The golden voice’. 1922 – 2021”, reads the message next to a photograph of the grouping with the deceased.

So far, the reasons for his death are unknown.

After the message they also published a video of the song My dear old man, where you can see various images of Eliseo Robles with his father. “Almost 100 years old, today he had to leave this world, he will be missed and remembered fondly,” the singer published.

Likewise, the Salomón Robles group and its legendaries also expressed their sadness through their social networks. “Our condolences to the Robles family for the death of Mr. Robles Garza RIP.”, They published.

His son, Eliseo Robles Jr., also dedicated some emotional words to him thanking him for his love and life teachings. His dedication goes hand in hand with a video between father and son that touched the hearts of his fans.

“Dear old man, I do not know how to pay you a lifetimeLa voz de oro of care and love, I am not responsible if a few tears come out,” he wrote next to this clip of his famous song dedicated to his father, “My dear old man.”

For its part, the Salomón Robles group and its legendaries also shared their pain for this loss on the same platform.

“We unite in this moment of pain, with the Robles family for their recent loss. Don Eliseo Robles Garza, father, and leader of an entire dynasty. Our most sincere love and support for our founder Salomón Robles and his family on behalf of all legendary, “they wrote. RIP.


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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