Renowned Argentine Singer Diego Verdaguer Passed Away At 70

Diego Verdaguer Death
Diego Verdaguer

The music industry mourns the death of renowned Argentine singer Diego Verdaguer has passed away. He was 70 years old. The singer reportedly died from the complications of COVID-19.  The Verdaguer Miguel family issued an official statement stating that the singer has left his body to continue his journey and creativity in another form of eternal life. The family has issued a post on social media as well and fans have been mourning his death.

While the family navigates through this critical time, they have asked for some comprehension in these difficult times. Music fanatics will remember the man who won over the world with his soulful voice. He will be remembered through his works. The singer took a short hiatus can back with a bang in 2009 after a decade of a break with the song “Voy a Conquistarte. The track went on to become a huge hit. 

Several Celebs Have Paid Their Heartfelt Tribute To The Late Singer

The late musician has gifted us the gift of music while making hits including Volvere,” “Corazón de Papel,” “Tonta,” “Ladrona,” and “Voy a Conquistarte. Celebs including Danny Felix, Yuri, and Lucero paid their tribute to tribute to the star while expressing their condolences on social media. Diego penned down a heartfelt post about her wife while writing that she is that thief who stole the singer’s heart. They were married for 47 years. Take a look at this heartfelt post that the musician posted just hours before his death.

His smash hit Mexicano Hasta Las Pampas 2 earned the  best ranchero album nomination back in 2015. Again, Diego bagged a Latin Grammy nomination bagged in 2009. The renowned singer was married to popular  Argentine powerhouse artist Amanda Miguel. The two have been inseparable since then.

Diego Verdaguer Death
Diego Verdaguer

The couple met during the early ’70s when Amanda joined Diego’s group, Mediterráneo. However, with the help of Diego, Amanda went on launch her solo career. Her songs “El Mintio” and “Así No Te Amará Jamás made her an instant hit during the 80s. Over the years, the couple did joint tours. The pair celebrated Verdaguer’s 70th birthday on Facebook Live last year.