One of the popular Venezuelan singers and songwriters of llanera music, Jesus Moreno has sadly passed away. He was the popular entertainer in his community and won the respect and love of his fans all over the world. Well, Jesus Morena also known as #ElRedyelPasaje, a figure who had pride of place for his successes in the Colombian-Venezuelan stages.
The artist’s sudden disappearance shocked everyone, including his family, fans, and shut down once. Since news of his passing went viral, many celebrities in the community are mourning the singer’s passing and expressing their condolences.
What was the cause of Jesus Moreno’s death?
This is truly heartbreaking news for the entire family who lost their beloved member. Throughout his career, he earned immense respect from his listeners, and at the time of his death he must have been around 71 years old.
One of the Twitter users wrote: “Many of us grew up listening to your passages, Don Jesus Moreno, who left a great legacy in our llanera music, today he leaves in the arms of God and here on earth, we just want you to rest in peace because your music will never die”.
According to social sources, Jesus Moreno was also popular as “The King of Waters” born on March 18, 1950 in Saman, Apure. Jose Gregorio Moreno and Catalina Salazar de Moreno were the parents of Jesus Moreno. He was the eldest of seven siblings.
How Jesus Moreno Pass away?
From an early age, he always showed interest in plain chores, such as milking, horse riding, and other activities as well. Later, he decided to study as an industrial technician in mechanics in 1972 and specialized in industrial machinery. When he was 24 years old, Jesus was just a simple technician.
The music of Jesus was born in his adolescence. When he was only 17 in 1968, he began to sing as an amateur at all llanera parties. It was then found in the program Fiesta Llanera which played La voz de Apure. He rested there for about two years translating the songs of Francisco Montoya, when he was one of the most performed singers.
He made his first recording in 1970 when Mr. Saberio Graterol, owner of Lolimar Records, listened to him and during this time he recorded songs such as Que te perdone el diablo” and “Mi wish”.
Both songs became big hits in the industry. Later, the artist made several releases like “Friends, Girlfriends, and Lover”, “The Only One” and “Love Me Forever”. He returned everyone to his fans. Jesus Moreno will always be remembered by his family and his fans.