Zamacona made his mark with his romantic successes
MEXICO CITY.— The Mexican Artistic Association fired Los Yoniques leader José Manuel Zamacona, who died as a result of COVID-19 on Sunday.
Veronica Castro, Joaquín López Doriga, Maxim Woodside, Grupo Guardians del Amor, Los Baby, among other artists, published messages of appreciation and condolences to the artist’s relatives on their social networks.
Zamacona died in Mexico City at 7:00 pm on Sunday, due to complications resulting from Covid-19, the group’s manager, Artemio Bardeja, confirmed.
The musician and group founder who emerged in the ’70s was infected with the virus, had already had two doses of the vaccine, and although he had apparently given up on the virus, the consequences it left in his lungs, he He was not allowed to recover, so he was admitted to the hospital in May.
“We remember him as a wonderful human being, it is a great loss. It is very sad because he is a person who took great care of the virus, he already had vaccines but this virus is very deadly” , Bardeja mourned.
Zamacona’s songs are performed by important figures from the National Guild.