The musical group Mojinos Escozíos announced this Sunday afternoon the death of its guitar and founding member, Juan Ramón Artero, Chicho, after a long illness.
In its official social networks, the group has indicated that the death of one of the members of the band since its inception: “We regret to announce that today, September 26, 2020, our partner, our friend, our brother Juan has just left us. Ramón Artero Chicho, after a long illness “.
The guitarist could no longer perform the band’s concerts during 2019, the band recalled.
Juan Ramón Artero, like the rest of the members of the group led by the Sevillian Miguel Ángel Rodríguez, met in Mollet del Vallès (Barcelona), and in 1994 they began to perform in small venues, recording their first work two years later.
In 2000, and with the publication of the album En un cortijo grande, he who is a fool dies of hunger, the group began a new adventure together with the DRO discography, achieving considerable success, selling 150,000 copies.