The musician, composer and singer Martin Pazwho was a member of the group The Santiagueños Manseros and developed an ascending solo path, died this morning at the age of 48 in the Sanatorio Finochietto in Buenos Aires as a result of cancer detected last February, as confirmed to the Télam agency by those close to the artist.
Son of Onofre Pazone of the founders of Los Manseros and with whom he had a public dispute due to which he left the group in 2017 after a decade of important activity within it, Martín Paz was a prolific author who also bequeathed songs to the repertoires of Mercedes Sosa, Peteco Carabajal, Chaqueño Palavecino, Los Nocheros and Los Huayraamong more.
Martín Paz’s career
“The voice of a friend”, “Goodbye, fare well”, “Seed of chacareras”, “Zamba of your goodbye”, “From another life”, “Autumn and flower” and above all, “Eternal love” (which recognizes versions shared with Jorge Rojas and even in quartet and cumbia) are some of the songs that transcended him and showed his style.
Before and after his time in Los Manseros Santiagueños (where he recorded five albums and gave new energy to the traditional group), he published solo albums where he showed off his pen and his refined voice.
His professional career began at the age of 14, as a bombist. Hugo TorresAt 17, he formed Reborn Santiagueño (along with Fredy Argañaraz and Ciro Acuña) and later joined The descendants (with Motta Luna, José Rajal, Alejandro Tula, Pablo Chandia and Diego Córdoba).
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