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María Mendiola Cause of Death

María Mendiola Cause of Death is not known yet though there are unconfirmed reports she may have died of cancer.

Cristina Sevilla, Mendiola’s bandmate, shared the news of his death on Instagram.

“I can’t believe how tough it is to upload this… She commented, “My lovely Maria, a superb artist but above all, my friend, has left us today.”

María Mendiola
NameMaría Mendiola
Date of Birth4 April 1952
Date of Death11 September 2021
Cause of DeathNot disclosed
Age69 years (2021)
HusbandNot disclosed
Net worth$1.5 million (estimated)
Associated ActsMayte Mateos

María Mendiola Biography/Wikipedia

Maria Mendiola (born 4 April 1952 – 11 September 2021) is a Spanish singer who was known to be a member of the Spanish duo Baccara and a singer and dancer.

The group Baccara was founded in 1977 in Madrid by Maria Mendiola and singer Mayte Mateos. Their first single, “Yes Sir, I Can Boogie,” reached number one in ten European nations, including the United Kingdom, and has sold over 16 million copies.
The song was then performed by Sophie Ellis-Bextor, The Fratellis, and Goldfrapp before being accepted as Scotland’s unofficial anthem at the Euro 2020 football tournament earlier this summer.

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María Mendiola Age

María Mendiola is 69 years of age as at 2021 when she died. She was born on 1952 in Spain.

María Mendiola Husband

Maria Mendiola husband’s name is not known though she was a married woman. She got married to her husband in 1991. She celebrated their 30 years anniversary on her Instagram page.
While she was alive, she never shared the names of her spouse or children on the internet or to her fans and following.
She met her spouse while attending the wedding of her colleague and fellow singer Mayte Mateos.

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María Mendiola Career

Between 1977 and 1981, Mendiola and Mayte Mateos were half of the vocal group Baccara.
Mendiola continued to perform with different musicians after the pair split up, first under the name New Baccara, then just as Baccara. The band issued two more albums, but by the mid-80s, Mendiola and Mateos had split up, forming two separate Baccara groups (named Baccara and New Baccara) that recorded and performed independently.
Mendiola’s version of the band, which included co-vocalist Marisa Perez, had the most success in the 1980s, earning three Hi-NRG club hits with Touch Me, Fantasy Boy, and Call Me Up.

María Mendiola Net worth

María Mendiola has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million. She made most of her money as an artiste.

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