Pablo Milanes, a Grammy-winning and well-known Cuban balladeer, passed away at the age of 79 leaving the entire music fans in deep sorrow.
How Did Pablo Milanes Die?
Pablo Milané’s demise was announced on various online sources.
One of the statements reads,
At the age of 77, Cuban troublemaker Pablo Milanés died in Madrid, Spain, after several days hospitalized due to a case of infections derived from an oncohematological disease; that was detected several years ago. And two weeks ago it was reported that he was in the hospital tied up but stable.
Another statement reads,
Legendary Cuban singer-songwriter Pablo Milanés has died in Madrid, Spain, at the age of 77, Cuban state media reported. Milanés, one of the most prominent representatives of Nueva Trova Cubana, has been admitted to a Madrid hospital for several days. The artist suffered from poor health, kidney disease, etc., for which he underwent a kidney transplant in 2014. The rendition of classics such as “Yolanda”, “El breve espacio que no estás” or “El amor de mi vida” has had to cancel several of his performances on the Días de Luz tour in recent months…
Pablo Milanes Cause of Death
The Latin Grammy-winning balladeer Pablo Milanes, who co-founded the “Nueva Trova” movement in Cuba and traveled the world as a cultural ambassador for the revolution, passed away in Spain, where he was receiving treatment for blood cancer. He was 79.
One of the most well-known singer-songwriters from Cuba, he produced numerous albums and hit songs including “Yolanda,” “Yo Me Quedo” (I’m Staying), and “Amo Esta Isla” (I Love This Island) during a more than 50-year career.
The death of Pablo Milanes has caused culture-wide grief in Cuba, according to a tweet from Prime Minister Manuel Marrero Cruz on Monday evening. According to Cubadebate, Milanes passed away on Monday. He canceled shows and said that he was going to the hospital at the beginning of November. Therefore, Pablo Milanes cause of death was revealed as various illnesses related to blood cancer.
Pablo Milanés “is still hospitalized and his medical report is stable”: his daughter denied the alleged death (Nov-16)
The singer was admitted to a Madrid hospital due to infections related to another disease.
The great maestro Pablo Milanés has all his followers and fans pending any news about his state of health, after four days ago the singer’s team published an official statement on their social networks announcing the cancellation of their next concerts, due to a health breakdown that ended in hospitalization.
” The teacher Pablo Milanés is currently hospitalized, in a stable condition, being treated for the effects of a series of recurring infections that in the last three months have been affecting his state of health,” says the first part of the statement, which It can be read in the official profile of the troubadour, his wife Nancy Pérez Rey and his daughter Liam Milanés.
In said communication, it is also stated that Milanés’ current health loss is “secondary to an oncohematological disease” that the artist has had to assume and attack for several years, which made him have to settle permanently in the capital Spanish since 2017 because there is a treatment there that he could not access from his native Cuba.
“For these reasons, for the moment, it has been necessary to cancel the concerts planned in the coming weeks and suspend all his artistic activity while this circumstance lasts,” adds the statement that also thanks, on behalf of Pablo, all his followers and fans, who even before found out about the difficult situation and began to express their concern and affection on social networks.
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Who was Pablo Milanes?
Cuban singer-songwriter and guitarist Pablo Milanés Arias passed away on November 21, 2022. He was born on February 24, 1943.
Along with Silvio Rodriguez and Noel Nicola, he helped found the Cuban Nueva Trova. He distinguished himself from Silvio Rodriguez’s sound with music that had roots in early 20th-century Cuban music traditions including the Trova, Son, and other traditional genres.