National rock is in mourning. The rock band ‘El Haragán y compañía’ reported the death of their trombonist, Jerónimo García, known among his friends and in the world of music as “Yerox”. Via Facebook the band made a statement where they dedicated the following words: “YOU HAVE STARTED A NEW PATH THAT WILL FILL YOU WITH PEACE AND JOY WHEN YOU REUNITE WITH YOUR LOVED ONE.
WHAT CHARACTERIZED YOU THE MOST WAS YOUR UNIQUE SMILE AND SO WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER YOU.
TODAY THE “HARAGÁN & CÍA” FAMILY WITH A BROKEN HEART HAS TO SAY GOODBYE TO ONE OF ITS MEMBERS, WHO UNDOUBTEDLY LEAVES HIS MARK ON THE STAGE BUT ABOVE ALL ON THE SOUL OF EACH ONE OF THIS YOUR FAMILY, AS YOU YOURSELF USED TO CALL US.
JERÓNIMO AVILÉS; “OUR YEROX”
YOUR LAST EFFORT WAS GIVEN BY DOING WHAT YOU LOVED SO MUCH, PLAYING! TODAY OUR NOTES AND SINGING WILL ACCOMPANY YOU INTO THE ETERNAL LIGHT. REST IN PEACE!” the statement read. The members of the band did not comment on the causes of death, only transcended that the musician died “doing what he loved so much”. We recommend you read: ‘El Haragán y compañía’ is a group of the genre known as ‘urban rock’ born in the 80s in the CDMX. Since then, it has been led by its vocalist Luis Álvarez “El Haragán” and to date, the band remains active taking its music through Mexico and much of the USA.
Original source in Spanish