The sudden loss of the iconic singer Juan Gabriel For four years now, it continues to be painful for its huge number of fans in Mexico and the world.
As a commemoration of the “Day of the Faithful Dead”, the city where their ashes rest paid a strong tribute to ‘The Divo de Jurez’ in this special date.
In the gardens of the place where I lived the singer, family members installed an impressive altar loaded with details on 16 de Septiembre avenue.
In this, along with many flowers, skulls and traditional elements of the typical commemoration of November 2, you can see a cross, a photo of him and one from each of his parents.
Among others, there is also a sign with the initials “JG” of led lights that change color, mannequins and many more elements of color to offer a warm offering to the mexican star.
Although he was neither born nor lost his life there, Ciudad Jurez is an important city for the interpreter since there he lived his best and worst moments, keys to his life.
Juan Gabriel He arrived there at eight months of age, where he went through his tough childhood and the most difficult years, to end up becoming one of the most recognized singers in the history of Mexico.
As a result of all this, it is also recognized as ‘El Divo de Jurez’, and is highly loved and remembered by its inhabitants.