The singer’s funeral lalo rodriguez They will last for several days, starting next Monday, December 19, in a day in which family, friends and fans can participate.
The voice of hits like Come, eat me again and Yes, I lied to you, will be exhibited at the Ehret Funeral Home in San Juan, on Monday, starting at 11:00 am
It was anticipated that the singers Samuel Hernández and Alex D’Castro will have a special intervention on the day, as well as the orchestra La Fabulosa de Lalo Rodríguez, for the interpretation of their best-known songs.
The artist was found lifeless, at the age of 64, last Tuesday, in front of the field of Residencial Sabana Abajo in his native Carolina.
In fact, in this municipality the funeral will continue on Tuesday, when a religious ceremony will take place in the Plaza de Recreo, followed by the orchestra of Tommy Olivencia, prior to his burial at 1:00 pm in the Santa Cruz cemetery.
Prosecutor Tania Salas de Jesús, who ordered the removal of Rodríguez’s body, authorized its transfer to the Institute of Forensic Sciences and requested that a toxicological examination be carried out.
Born on May 16, 1958 as Ubaldo Rodríguez, he began in music at the age of seven, although it was at 16, when he recorded for the first time with the Eddie Palmieri Orchestra, who named him Lalo. Until then, his nickname was Lolo. That album, The Sun of The Latin Music, earned him his first Grammy.
He also worked with Machito and Tommy Olivencia. His style in salsa romántica earned him a spot alongside Eddie Santiago and Frankie Ruiz.
His stage as a soloist began in 1980 and he maintained it until his death.