Agencia EFEDecember 30, 2013 19:20
Madrid, Dec 30 (EFE).- Singer Tito Mora, one of the first pop idols of Spanish youth in the 1960s, died Monday in Madrid after a long pulmonary illness. He was 72.
The remains of the man born Carlos Garcia Romero will receive "an intimate and final goodbye" from his family and friends, those closest to him told Efe in a communique.
Tito Mora released his last CD, "Vivo por Ti," in 1996. The album was a hymn to life after the liver transplant he had in 1992, which allowed him to live another 21 years.