It was COVID-19 that killed Diego Verdaguer at the age of 70.
On Thursday afternoon, the singer-songwriter and husband of singer Amanda Miguel died in Los Angeles, his daughter Ana Victoria says. He was 69.
In Argentina, Diego Verdaguer is a singer and songwriter who has made a lot of popular songs. He is the person who wrote the songs that made them popular "Almost 50 million copies of "Corazón de papel," "Yo te amo," and "Volvere" were sold. They died from COVID-19.
He was 70.
He was a naturalized Mexican-Argentine musician and the husband of Amanda Miguel, a singer. He died in Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon, his daughter Ana Victoria said in a statement from Diam Music, the record company for him and his wife.
Ana Victoria: "With absolute sadness, I have to tell everyone that my dad passed away this morning. He will live on in another form of eternal life." "My mother, I, and the rest of the family are in a lot of pain, so we appreciate your help in these hard times."
On Amanda Miguel's Twitter account, she wrote "#restinpeace" and added emojis of two palm-to-palm hands and a white heart to show that she was at peace.
In his last social media post, Verdaguer wrote: "I will never get tired of dedicating it to you! I love you so much! Thank you for everything." In a tweet with a picture of the couple on a beach and part of their song "La ladrona," the band says: "Take care of me, love me, kiss me, pamper me. You are and always will be the thief who stole my heart. Take care of me.""
According to the statement, Verdaguer got COVID-19 in December and was taken to the hospital. His publicist in Mexico, Claudia Lopez Ibarra, says that he was vaccinated against the coronavirus, which can cause flu.
A text message from López Ibarra on Friday said: "Yes, he had been vaccinated. The virus attacked him when the delta variant was out there."
People who work for Verdaguer say that he often went to the US, especially after the birth of Lucca, the oldest son of Ana Victoria, who lives in Los Angeles. He even bought a house there. In the past, the artist also played concerts in the United States. Amanda Miguel and the artist were set to go on a tour together this year "For the rest of your life 2022 Tour," there are more than 20 planned dates.
Details about Verdaguer's funeral were not made public, and his representatives asked that people keep the family's privacy.
Colleagues and friends began to express their sadness on Friday morning when they found out about the news.
#diegoverdaguer was a close friend of ours, and we were together recently when they came to our show in LA. "We send our love to @amandamiguels and his family."
It started with the single "Less del amor" at the age of 17 and went on to include other songs like "Yo te amo" and "Less del amor." Verdaguer was born on April 26, 1951, in Buenos Aires "I'll be back.
Because he moved to Mexico in 1980, he named his album "Mexico" after the country "In Mexico, he will go to the Pampas It was up for two Latin Grammy Awards.
"I can tell you that I am more Mexican than anything else." I love Mexico. I love what Mexico has meant to me, I love the opportunities that Mexico has given me, and I love how Mexico has made me who I am right now "She said this in an interview with the AP in 2019.
Amanda Miguel and Verdaguer first met when she was 18 and he was 24, so they were both about 24. It was 1983 when their daughter, who is also a singer, was born.
After meeting Amanda Miguel for the first time, Verdaguer told the AP, "Amanda has been my source of inspiration ever since." Thank you for all the things we've done together as a couple, as artists, and as people.
They started Diam Music together in 1987. They have released all of Verdaguer's albums, including "Corazón bambino," which came out in 2019, and "Por la libre," which will be released after his death.
For 50 years, Verdaguer was given a special medal by the Mexican Society of Authors and Composers (SACM) to show how much he has done.
In the last few years, Verdaguer has started streaming and has more than 2 million followers on social media. His videos have been watched more than 1,000 million times.
Verdaguer told the AP that "you have to grow spiritually and understand what life is all about." The reason we're here is to live a divine experience. We come to learn. We come to give ourselves away. We come to be perfected. We come to help.