Cristobal Rozalén Parra, the father of the singer from Albacete and close collaborator of the former president of Castilla-La Mancha, José Bono, has died this morning at the age of 77, as reported by María Rozalén herself on her social networks.
“My father has just died… He never stopped holding me in his arms,” announces the artist on the networks.
Cristóbal Rozalén, father of the artist María Rozalén, has died suddenly as a result of a sudden heart attack, according to Cadena Dial.
Precisely at a recent concert, last Monday, of the station in Madrid in which the artist participated, she told the public how nervous she was to have her parents there with her.
This Thursday, just three days after the show, the devastated artist announces the death of her father. “My father has just died… That he never stopped holding me in his arms,” the Albacete has announced on the networks.
Acaba de morir mi padre…
Que nunca dejó de cogerme en brazos. pic.twitter.com/QaWlAotBJZ
— Rozalén (@RozalenMusic) February 17, 2022
According to El Español, Rozalén’s mortal remains will be veiled at the Albacete funeral home and this Friday the burial will be held in the town of Letur.
Cristóbal Rozalén was the right-hand man of José Bono in the Presidency of the Junta de Comunidades de Castilla-La Mancha between 1983 and 2004.
Personally, the artist’s father has a very emotional story, since he fell in love with Angelita, the love of his life, and, after 10 years of religious life serving as a priest, hung up his robes to live his love story, facing criticism for it.
As a result of that love, the couple formed a family that was completed with the arrival of María Rozalén.