DIEGO Verdaguer was famously known for the songs Volveré, Corazó de Papel, Usted Qué Haría, and La Ladrona. It was announced on January 27, 2022, that he had passed away at the age of 70.
Cause of Death?
Verdaguer’s death was first confirmed on Instagram by his wife, Amanda Miguel.
“With absolute sadness, we regret to inform the public and friends, that our dear Diego today left his beautiful body, to continue his path and creativity in another form of eternal life,” she wrote.
“The whole family is immersed in this pain, so we appreciate your understanding in these difficult times.”
Vergaguer reportedly passed away after being diagnosed with Covid the month prior which resulted in hospitalization.
Two hours before his death, Verdaguer took to Twitter to thank his wife of 47 years.
“I will never get tired of dedicating it to you! You are and will be the thief who stole my heart @amandamiguels,” he wrote.
Verdaguer died on Thursday in Los Angeles, California, and is expected to be cremated.
Since 1975, Verdaguer had been married to Amanda Miguel.
Born June 1, 1956, Miguel is known as an Argentine singer.
Over the years, she has released a number of songs including Media Hora, Que Me Das 5 Dias, Amame Una Vez Mas, and El pecado, which peaked at No. 2 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart.
Throughout the course of their marriage, they also welcomed three children together, Ana, María, and Ximena.
Ana followed in her parent’s footsteps and is known today as an American singer, songwriter, dancer, and record producer.
Born April 26, 1951, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Verdaguer was known as a singer-songwriter.
Outside of singing and writing, he also famously played the trumpet and the bandoneón, which is known as a type of concertina particularly popular in Argentina and Uruguay.
Over the years, he won a number of awards including one from the Mexican Society of Authors and Composers.
He reportedly had a net worth of $15million, according to Idol Net Worth.