Maria de Lourdes

Maria de Lourdes, one of Mexico’s most cherished singers of traditional ranchera music, died Nov. 6 of a heart attack, according to media reports. She was 58.

De Lourdes was known in Mexico as the “Queen of the Mariachis” and the “Ambassador of Mexican Music” for her fame in promoting Mexican music worldwide.

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