With social media posts reporting that Mexican musician Fito Olivares has died, the music at subsequent month’s carnival can be stuffed with unhappiness. On Friday, March 17, San Antonio’s Texan station KXTN reported the information of Olivares’s loss of life in a Facebook put up that instantly sparked an outpouring of feedback from native followers.
Born in 1947 in Tamaulipas, Mexico, Rodolfo Olivares is a well-respected star saxophonist on the Latin music scene, identified for hits like “Juana La Cubana.” This is the must-have dance flooring for DJs at quinceañeras, weddings, and different San Antonio celebrations. After starting to play professionally on the age of 16, Olivares performed and composed music for teams resembling Duet Estrella and Tam and Tex earlier than founding Fito Olivares y su Grupo La Pura Sabrosura in Houston in 1980.
Reports of his loss of life shocked the neighborhood given his lasting impression on Mexican music and tradition. Entertainment business celebrities expressed their condolences on social media.