Fito Olivares Death And Obituary – Godspeed, Rey del Sabrosura. One of my grandfather’s favorite artists was Fito Olivares. All day long, Puro jams in his head. among the very greatest ever! In my career, he always provided the post-game party following a significant victory! In heaven, rest.
Next month’s carnival music will be depressing due to social media posts announcing the passing of Mexican singer Fito Olivares. The news of Olivares’ passing was announced by San Antonio’s Tejano station KXTN on Friday, March 17, in a Facebook post that quickly generated a deluge of responses from regional fans.
Rodolfo Olivares, a well-known star saxophonist in the Latin music industry who was born in Tamaulipas, Mexico, in 1947, is known for songs like “Juana La Cubana.” This is the essential single dance floor for DJs for quinceaeras, weddings, and other San Antonio celebrations. Before establishing Fito Olivares y su Group La Pura Sabrosura in Houston in 1980, Olivares, who began performing professionally at the age of 16, had already played and composed music for groups including Duet Estrella and Tam and Tex.
The news of his passing shocked the neighborhood because of his long-lasting influence on Mexican music and culture. On social media, stars in the entertainment sector shared their sympathies.