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K-Paz De La Sierra

K-Paz De La Sierra

K-Paz De La Sierra


K-Paz de la Sierra was a Mexican-American band that performs Duranguense music. It was comprised of Armando Rodriguez, Carmelo Gamboa, Humberto Rafael Solis, Luis Vidales, Sergio Gomez, and Gerardo Ramirez. Some of their hits included "Mi Credo", "Volveré", "Con Olor A Hierba", "Pero Te Vas A Arrepentir", "Procuro Olvidarte", "Y Aquí Estoy", and many others. On May 28, 2007, five long-time members of the band surprised their fans by leaving the group and forming a new group, AK-7. Read more on Last.fm
K-Paz de la Sierra was a Mexican-American band that performs Duranguense music. It was comprised of Armando Rodriguez, Carmelo Gamboa, Humberto Rafael Solis, Luis Vidales, Sergio Gomez, and Gerardo Ramirez. Some of their hits included "Mi Credo", "Volveré", "Con Olor A Hierba", "Pero Te Vas A Arrepentir", "Procuro Olvidarte", "Y Aquí Estoy", and many others. On May 28, 2007, five long-time members of the band surprised their fans by leaving the group and forming a new group, AK-7. On December 2, 2007, lead singer Sergio Gómez and two businessmen were kidnapped as they were leaving a dance hall in Morelia, Michoacán.

The two businessmen were released, but Gómez was found dead on December 3. He was found with signs of torture and was recognized by the tattoo that he had. He had many bruises and burns that could have been caused by a cigarette. Sergio Gomez was strangled to death.

According to friend Jose Manuel Zamacona, Gómez had been warned not to perform in Michoacan. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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