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Marciano Cantero, vocalist and leader of the Enanitos Verdes, died

Horacio Eduardo Cantero Hernández, better known as ‘Martian’ Stonemason, singer and bassist for the iconic Spanish rock band Enanitos Verdes, He died at the age of 62 after several days hospitalized in his native Mendoza.

Last Wednesday, it was reported that Marciano Cantero had been hospitalized in an emergency and placed in intensive care for kidney complications in the Cuyo Clinic since days ago.

“Unfortunately, he could not overcome the complications. I want to personally thank all the fans, all the friends in life, the family, all the prayers and the support we have received these days. I also want to thank the Cuyo Clinic because they were Absolute geniuses. As much as I am very sad, I look at this 30 years I was able to spend with him. Every day that I was able to spend was a gift. I can’t help but be happy for the great man he was and for all the love that was returned to him these days.Javier Cantero, son of the singer, told the Argentine newspaper Clarion.

Through Instagram, the band Enanitos Verdes public an image of the singer with the caption: “Today and always we are all with you Marciano”, shortly after, they put a black ribbon on their profile, as a sign of mourning for the loss of their member.

Marciano Cantero was a renowned Latin American musician, who at the same time At the young age of 19, he formed the rock band known as Enanitos Verdes., which would become one of the great references of rock in Spanish. His music, voice and influence did not stay in the southern country, but spread throughout the continent and became one of the most beloved musicians in Latin America, including Mexico.

During his great career he achieved great successes such as ‘Bolivian Lament’, ‘Daylight’, ‘The Green Wall’ and he also collaborated with artists like Hombres G, and more recently with artists like J Balvin and Bad Bunny.

They react to the death of Marciano Cantero

Through Twitter, prominent figures in Argentina and the world began to react. One of the first was Julio Cobos, Argentine vice president between 2007 and 2011.

“We sadly say goodbye to Marciano Cantero, one of the most important musicians that Mendoza has given. With the Green Enanitos he took his music to the entire continent and with it, to our province. My condolences to his family and friends,” writes the political.

Alfredo Cornejo, andx Governor of Mendoza and National Senator for Mendoza, wrote: Mendoza music is in mourning. We have to say goodbye to Marciano Cantero, who knew how to transform 80’s rock with his “Green Wall”. My condolences to his family and the members of Los Enanitos Verdes who have been giving us more than 40 years of history with their lyrics“.

Molotov, a Mexican rock band, writes: “We are going to miss you carnal Marciano Cantero rest in peace“.


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Reference from www.milenio.com

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