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Chito Cano

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Name  Chito Cano

Died  2010, Monterrey, Mexico
Rodrigo Ángel "Chito" Cano Rodríguez with a moustache.

Similar  Ramon Ayala , Los Cadetes de Linares, Lucio Cabañas

Rodrigo Ángel "Chito" Cano Rodríguez was a Mexican gun runner who is idealized as the subject of several Mexican corridos, including Ramon Ayala's "El Corrido De Chito Cano." This corrido recounts Cano's life and numerous encounters with death

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Rodrigo Ángel "Chito" Cano Rodríguez with a mustache and sitting on a couch.

He is described as a valiant man who was betrayed and shot in the back in 1971. Upon falling, he laughed and yelled for the cowards to finish him off rather than running away. As a result of the incident, he became wheelchair bound for the rest of his life. Cano died in 2010, at the age of 74, from complications related to pneumonia.

Rodrigo Ángel "Chito" Cano Rodríguez wearing black shirt, necklace and bracelet.

According to various journalistic reports, for several years the famous gunman settled in Gómez Palacio, Durango, and when his health started deteriorating and exposed to violence in the region, he settled in Monterrey, where his brother Servando Cano lives, owner of Serca Productions.

The Corito de Chito Cano, played by Ramón Ayala, narrates his facet as a gunman through the event that occurred in October 1971 that put him in a wheelchair for the rest of his life.

Los Cadetes de Linares also dedicated a corrido to Chito Cano titled "El Retorno De Chito Cano". Chito's brother Servando is the head of Serca Music.

Chito Cano is survived by three children and his only brother Servando Cano, a prominent entertainment businessman in Monterrey, recognized throughout the Republic and in the United States as the promoter and visionary of northern music as a promoter of internationally renowned artists such as Ramón Ayala. , Los Tigres del Norte, Los Invasores de Nuevo León, Duelo, Pesado, Intocable and La Mafia, to name a few.

At the end of his life he dedicated himself to organizing dances and concerts of northern music, but he became famous for the corridos that spoke of him.

They narrate his escape from prison, the arms trade with which he supplied "his friend" Lucio Cabañas and the history of his gunmen, including Gerardo González, who died in the 1980s. To him he dedicated "El corrido de Gerardo", that "good gunman and faithful gunman / of Chito Cano".

Facts

He was a Mexican gun runner.

He is idealized as the subject of several Mexican corridos, including Ramon Ayala's "El Corrido De Chito Cano." 

In 1971, he was betrayed and shot in the back.

He died in 2010, at the age of 74, from complications related to pneumonia.

Ramon ayala corrido de chito cano





References

Chito Cano Wikipedia


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