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REUTERS/Carlos Jasso CARLOS JASSO / Reuters Notable Mexican musicians such as Ana Gabriel [no relation], Pablo Montero and others performed before the ashes of their late friend. Take a look at how fans bid farewell to the iconic Mexican singer in the photos below: In addition to recording numerous hits on his own, Gabriel produced albums for,,, and. But that is just how beloved “El Divo de Juárez, ” as he is known to his cheering audiences, is to millions. His songs were covered by a lengthy list of Latin artists, including (no relation),,,,, and, the latter group having released two albums comprised entirely of Gabriel material, Costumbres and Son de Juan. While his own recording of El Palo (The Stick) reached number one, cover versions of his songs -- Como la Luna (Like the Moon) by and No Tengo Dinero by -- also performed well.
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Juan Zanotto Barbara 1 4 ZipLearn more. Stingray Qello is the world’s largest collection of full-length concerts and music documentaries streamed on-demand to just about any digital device. The youngest of ten children, Gabriel (born Alberto Aguilera Valadez) was raised in the border town of Juárez by his mother, who worked as a housekeeper. Click to remove this video from your timeline.
Juana de Arco En La hogueraBy 6985, he had sold an estimated 75 million records.
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