Darío Gómez Cause of Death: How Did Darío Gómez Die? Daro Gómez died from natural causes. Despite cardiopulmonary resuscitation maneuvers performed on the artist by professionals from Medelln’s Clnica de las Américas, his life could not be saved. According to the Clinic’s official statement.
The singer of “Nobody is eternal in the world” was taken to the clinic after collapsing at home. According to the statement, “The patient was admitted without vital signs and was taken to the resuscitation room where advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation maneuvers were performed without success.”
The singer of hits such as ‘Mi Renuncia,’ ‘El Guaro,’ and ‘Survivor é’ was declared dead on July 26 at 7:31 p.m. The 71-year-old artist left behind a legacy of innumerable songs, which began to play on social media after the tragic news broke. Family, friends, and colleagues expressed their condolences to the family of the singer known as the “Dad” of spite music.
He paved the way for other artists who are now well-known all over the world, including Jessi Uribe, Yeison Jiménez, Pipe Bueno, Jhony Rivera, Charrito Negro, and Luis Alberto Posada.
Who is Dario Gomez Zapata?
He was born on February 6, 1951 in the municipality of San Jerónimo, Antioquia, and began singing in Medelln taverns at a young age, interpreting music by artists such as El Caballero Gaucho, Olimpo Cárdenas, Carlos Gardel, Los Viscontis, Los Pamperos, and others. He began his artistic career in 1975 with the duet Los Legendarios, and one of the first songs he wrote was angel Perdido, in memory of his older sister Angela Gómez, who died of illness.
Then he recorded the first songs with the Legendaries, songs like Thinking of her, All for her, without wanting anything, the stumble, nine years of solitude, little old house, and many others, including Destiny betrayed you, written in 1982 by renowned sports journalist José Diego Cardoza, who was based in Neiva. Later, at the end of the 1980s, he recorded another musical work as a soloist, songs such as “Decdelo,” “Sobreviviré,” “Sin respeto, no hay amor,” and “Nadie es eterno.”