Julián Figueroa, a Mexican balladeer, passed away on Monday at 27. Figueroa was the son of singer Joan Sebastian and actress Maribel Guardia, who passed away in 2015. Figueroa’s death was attributed to a cardiac condition by Guardia.
Like his father, Figueroa performed ballads with a traditional band and a Northern influence. Songs like “Yo sera,” “Ay amor,” and “Volaré” were among his top hits. Guardia announced the death of her son over the weekend on Instagram.
Last night, they discovered him unconscious in his room, she wrote. “There was no indication of violence when the ambulance arrived and the police found him dead. According to the medical report, he suffered a fatal acute heart attack.
In addition to his wife, singer, and actress Imelda Tuón, and their son, Figueroa was also survived by his mother. Plans for the funeral were not made public right away. One of Mexico’s greatest ballad singers, Joan Sebastian, passed away in 2015 at 64.
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He was most known for his emotional love songs like “Tatuajes” and “Secreto de Amour,” occasionally performed on horseback and sometimes set to straightforward guitar arrangements. Sebastian, who was born José Manuel Figueroa, had eight kids with five different women.
Maribel Guardia published a picture on Instagram:-
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She wrote on Instagram, “I am sorry to have to announce the departure of my beloved son Julián Figueroa, who unfortunately was ahead of us on this plane. They found him unconscious in his room tonight, while I was at the theater.”
“They called 911 and when the ambulance and police found him already lifeless, with no trace of violence. The medical report indicates that he died of an acute myocardial infarction and ventricular fibrillation.”
“I beg your understanding for the deep pain we are going through, I would like to talk to all the people who are trying to communicate, but I really don’t have the strength to do it yet. I beg everyone respect for our privacy and the painful moment.”