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Jarabe de Palo, il cantante Pau Dones è morto di cancro a 53 anni

Jarabe de Palo, il cantante Pau Dones è morto di cancro a 53 anni

Il cantautore e chitarrista spagnolo Pau Dones degli Jarabe de Palo aveva firmato successi come La Flaca e Depende


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