The famous announcer Manuel Guerrero died this Wednesday, October 18, as reported by several of his colleagues in the radio world, as well as an obituary from Grupo Radiocentro.
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One of his most iconic programs on the Universal Stereo 88.1 radio station was The Beatles Club, dedicated to the Liverpool quartet. In this space, Manuel Guerrero shared a lot of information about the British band of the sixties.
At the moment, the cause of the death of the announcer is unknown, who thanks to his program became a reference for Beatlemania in Mexico. In 2016, Manuel Guerrero even received recognition from the Autonomous University of Querétaro for his work in disseminating the music of the Beatles.
When he was 13 years old, Manuel Guerrero won The Prize of 64 thousand pesos, a program that was hosted by Pedro Ferriz on Televisa. The then teenager was already a big fan of The Beatles and he earned this recognition by answering a complicated trivia about band data.
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Part of his reward was having a phone call with John Lennon and experimental artist Yoko Ono, his wife.
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