The Argentine musician Marciano Cantero, composer and vocalist of the band Enanitos Verdes and emblem of the rock in Latin America, died at the age of 62 due to a kidney condition.
Horacio Cantero, known as Marciano, died on Thursday night in a clinic in his native province, Mendoza, where his remains will be laid to rest this Friday at the headquarters of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
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With him, the band achieved hits such as “Bolivian Lament”, “The Green Wall”, “I Saw You on a Train”, “Like Yesterday”, among many others in a long list that includes 14 studio albums and four albums in alive, according to the official website of Enanitos Verdes. “More unfortunate than the Bolivian Lament itself.
Passion for soccer
One of Marciano's fans was his taste for the club Atlético Argentino , which plays in the Mendoza league.
“I saw my dad very passionate and I went where he went. It's not like he's been such a soccer fan in life. In fact, where I live, there is no soccer team, in Hermosillo there is no soccer team, there are baseball teams ”, he mentioned in an interview,
🔷️ ¿Te acordás? ¡Que tiempos aquellos! Cuando con mi viejo iba a la cancha, a ver Aquel Atlético".
— Club Atlético Argentino (@AtlArgentinoMza) September 9, 2022
Marciano even dedicated part of one of his songs to the team that says: “What happened to life, that without wanting it, I don't even remember when my old man went to the field to see that Atlético”.
As a result of his death, it is already known that next Saturday, in the match between Club Atlético Argentino for the Mendoza league, he will have a tribute.
Murió Marciano Cantero,vocalista de enanitos verdes.😪
AÚN SIGO CANTANDO…TEMÓN. pic.twitter.com/0LFn2jWu0j
— CiudadeM (@Mdemierd) September 9, 2022
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