¡Adiós a una leyenda! Muere Juan Gabriel

 

Singer Marc Anthony couldn't hold back his emotions or his tears during his Radio City Concert Sunday night as he paid tribute to his friend, Mexican singer Juan Gabriel who died of a heart attack Sunday morning.
The emotional moment came while Anthony sang Gabriel's song, "Abrázame muy fuerte."

"Ayúdenme, por favor," "Help me, please," he asked the audience.
It was Anthony's third Radio City Music Hall concert, one where he and ex-wife Jennifer Lopez sang together after she surprised him on stage.

Iconic Mexican singer Juan Gabriel, known as "El Divo de Juarez," has died at the age of 66, the Los Angeles County Coroner confirmed Sunday.
Alberto Aguilera Valadez, known by his stage name Juan Gabriel, passed unexpectedly Sunday of natural causes in Santa Monica, LA County Coroner inspector Selena Barros said.

He performed to a sold-out crowd Friday night at the Inglewood Forum.
The singer, performer and Billboard Latin Music Hall of Fame inductee worked for more than 40 years as a singer, according to Billboard.

"He has passed on to become part of eternity and has left us his legacy through Juan Gabriel, the character created by him for all the music that has been sung and performed all around the world," his press office said in a statement.
It gave no details on his death. Publicist Arturo de la Mora told The Associated Press that he died at 11:30 a.m. in his home. He said the family would provide a statement later.

Juan Gabriel performed to packed auditoriums, including New York's Madison Square Garden and the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles. His last concert was Friday night at the Forum in Inglewood, California. He was scheduled to perform Sunday in El Paso, Texas.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said through his official Twitter account: "I regret the death of Juan Gabriel, one of the great musical icons of our country. My condolences to his relatives and friends."

 

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO .- La soprano Bárbara Padilla, quien recientemente participó en la gira de conciertos de Juan Gabriel, expresó sus condolencias por su muerte.

El "Divo de Juárez" apoyó la carrera de la intérprete, incluso compuso el tema "No tengas miedo" especialmente para ella, quien lo cantó durante los conciertos a los que fue invitada.

"Mi adorado maestro, en mi corazón existe un gozo enorme por el gran regalo que Dios me dio concediéndome su amistad, ardo en amor y agradecimiento hacia un artista y ser humano maravilloso", expresó mediante un comunicado.

La artista, quien quedó en el segundo lugar del "reality" "America´s Got Talent", mencionó estar agradecida por las palabras plasmadas en la mencionada pieza musical, que considera es un regalo invaluable que la acerca a él cada vez que la canta.

"El dolor de decir adiós es indescriptible, cómo me hubiera gustado verle muchas veces más, pero ya no será posible, ahora, como me decía usted en sus correos, con esa forma de poeta que le caracteriza, nos veremos sólo con los ojos del corazón", aseveró.

Asimismo explicó que guardará los momentos que compartió con él sobre el entarimado, en el estudio de grabación, sentados en la mesa compartiendo alimentos y caminando por el jardín.

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