san francisco singer Mario Hector “Poly” Panero He passed away this afternoon at the age of 52 at his home in Roka Mohalla. The musician, a prominent exponent of popular culture in San Francisco, primarily folklore, apparently ceased to exist due to a heart attack.
“Polly”, a nickname that was self-imposed from a famous fan of San Lorenzo from adolescence, a note from a club he was a fan of news paper Last July where he told part of his life as a folklorist, but also as a taxi driver by profession.
Although it was initially being kept in the Di Monte room, his remains will eventually be veiled at the Superdome this Saturday starting at 7:00 pm.
recognized and acclaimed
Panero was well-received in San Francisco and the region as a whole, especially in the folklore scene. He was always ready to collaborate with whatever supporting rock demanded of him. In recent times he had launched his own rock, which attracted a large number of people.
In 2019, he had serious health issues and became very serious after an infection in one of his legs, for which he spent two months in the hospital. Fortunately, he recovered and eventually returned to the stage. He lost the weight and according to what he said, it was like starting a new life for him.
“After this my life will change. It happens that you don’t realize what’s happening to you until you hit rock bottom and today with the help of God and the Virgin, who I am a great believer, I’m a great believer in my life to enjoy. I am going to make a big change. As much as God wants”, had told in an interview through this medium.
Mario was the youngest of three brothers –Georgeoldest, and marcelo– all sons of John the Baptist Paneroformer EPEC employee, and Alsira AnnouncementHousewife, both are already dead.
He lived on Calle Bellisario Roldán in 1000 (between Jose Hernández and Lamdrid) and was always believed to be Club Antartida Argentina as its second home. And that most of what he learned about music, he learned by ear, was initially taught to him by a colleague of his father’s how little he knew about the instrument: “I always say I played the guitar. What I learned about it was like pregnancy, because it was just 9 months of class and then I was learning all alone, listening to songs on the turntable, watching others and walking around by ear.”
“People always answered me, they were from the beginning. If I have something to say to the public, it’s just to thank them, because at any event where I’m going to play, they always respond lovingly and in one go. Give in a special way,” he admitted in a previous interview. by this means.