The singer Frederick Villa famous for the subject “Roads of MichoacanHe died at the age of 84, although the causes are unknown at this time.
The star stood out as one of the icons of ranchera music and also participated in some films such as “The Noah Noah” beside John Gabriel, “The Three Tombs”, among other.
Likewise, he was the first artist to give his voice to be able to sing the famous theme mentioned, which was created by Bulmaro Bermúdez.
The musician from Zamora, Michoacán, had a long 40 year track recordSince he was a child he showed his interest in music.
It all started when he participated in a radio contest to reward singers, where he won, so with this he paved the way for his career.
In order to boost his professional life, he decided to move to Mexico City, where he had the opportunity to record his first single. “Heart Daggers” on RCA Victor Records.
As we had already mentioned, he also dedicated himself to acting, so his first role was obtained for the film “Nobody’s daughter.”
In addition, he participated with Joan Sebastian in the film “The blood of our race” in 1982 and in total, he acted in about 40 productions.
He also worked alongside Ana Barbara and other singers in a specialized music program called “I have talent, a lot of talent”.