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José José fans gather to honor the deceased musician in Mexico City park

The Spanish-language singer, songwriter and actor — whose birth name is José Rómulo Sosa Ortiz — died last week after a bout with pancreatic cancer. Fans and colleagues called the singer "El Príncipe de la canción" (Prince of Song). He was known for romantic ballads like "La Nave del Olvido," "40 y 20," "Gavilán o Paloma" and "El Triste," and many more songs that became hits throughout his career of more than half a century.Fans gather to sing and remember legendary Mexican crooner José José. Jose Alejandro Ordonez, a professional impersonator of the legendary Mexican crooner José José, sings during a karaoke tribute to José José, in Mexico City, Friday, Oct. 4, 2019. Fans were seen singing José JRead More – Source

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