Eulalio ‘Sax’ Cervantes Dead: Saxophonist Dies at 52

Eulalio Sax Cervantes Galarza La Maldita Vecindad

Eulalio ‘Sax’ Cervantes, a virtuoso saxophonist and co-founder of iconic Mexican rock band Maldita Vecindad y Los Hijos del 5to Patio, has died of COVID-19 complications. He was 52 years old.

The news of his death was confirmed on Sunday (March 14) by his wife, Jessica Franco Landero, who wrote that Sax had “transcended from earth to find refugee in the arms of God. He begins to enjoy eternal life to interpret the best celestial notes for you and all of us. Rest in peace, our beloved Sax.”

Sax, born in San Luis Potosí, began his career at the early age of 11 playing the saxophone and clarinet in a youth orchestra. After playing at local events and parties, he moved to Mexico City in the mid-’80s where he’d eventually become a founding member of Maldita Vecindad comprised of frontman Roco, Sax, Pato, Aldo, Pacho, Tiki and Lobito.

Source: News | Billboard

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