A number of radio stations and musicians supplied their condolences for the dying of Walter Torres, founding father of Conjunto Acapulco Tropical
Walter Torres, founding director, composer and musician of the Acapulco Tropical Set He died this Wednesday, December 23, reported the musical group on social networks.
“This evening the Monster of the Tropic, Maestro Walter Torres, died in his beloved port of Acapulco,” mentioned the Ensemble.
The station Very tropical of the Mexican Institute of Radio joined in condolences on the dying of the founder and chief of the Acapulco Tropical Set.
“All of us who’re a part of the Acapulco Tropical Ensemble, household, mates, enterprise followers who had been accompanying us on this tough second, are grateful for the invaluable shows of affection and love in direction of our father, composer buddy, brother and lecturers,” defined the Ensemble based by Walter Torres. .
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“He died like the good ones giving the battle as he did till the final days of his life. Thanks Grasp Walter. Let the get together proceed, ”mentioned the group.
The Conjunto Acapulco Tropical with 47 years of expertise, has a number of hits that turned classics of Mexican widespread music, resembling Seaside Crab, Sea and Foam and Sacred sea.
Walter Torres, originally from Tierra Caliente and by commerce as a tailor, he was the one who gave life to the start of the musical group, which made a number of songs and Gold information well-known, as reported by the journalist Misael Habana for Information Underneath Phrase.
Additionally they generated a musical motion on the coasts of Guerrero and Oaxaca that shaped a number of regional artists who crossed nationwide borders as Koyuca 2000, Grupo Caribe, Mar Azul, Luz Roja de San Marcos —first Luz Roja de Acapulco— and Los Cumbieros del Sur, amongst others.
So, numerous musicians extra expressed by way of social networks their remorse for the dying of the musician Walter Torres.
With info from López-Dóriga Digital