- They share sad news in the group environment of Mexico
- María Inés Mier Dávila, mother of one of the members of the La Firma group, dies
- “I love you, mom, have a good trip,” said Aarón Martínez, better known as La Pantera
Just a couple of days ago, through his official account Instagramthe musician and composer Aarón ‘La Pantera’ Martínez, a member of the group La Firma, shared the unexpected news of the sensitive death of his mother, María Inés Mier Dávila, at the age of 77, without revealing more details of the causes of her death. death.
This musical group was born in 1996 in San Nicolás de los Garza, Nuevo León, in Mexico, immediately distinguishing itself for its innovative concept that combined rhythms such as norteño, tex-mex and jazz. Without a doubt, one of their best-known songs, and the one that catapulted them to fame, was La Llamada, composed by Luis Gerardo Padilla, better known as Louie Padilla.
“I love you, mom, have a good trip”, a member of La Firma says goodbye to his mother
“I love you, my mother, thank you for giving me life and teaching me respect and humility with love, have a good trip,” said Aarón ‘La Pantera’ Martínez, a member of the group La Firma, where he plays the fifth bass, to inform his followers that unfortunately his mother, María Inés Mier Dávila, had passed away.
Several celebrities reacted immediately to this news, including Pepe Elizondo, from the Pesado group, who expressed himself this way: “A hug, friend, in the name of God… grateful for everything he gave you and your beautiful family! !!”, while the singer Lalo Cruz said: “May she rest in peace, colleague, and God have her in his holy glory”.