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 1974, his nephews, Joél “Gordo,” saxophone; Roél “Flaco,” saxophone; José Roberto, bajo sexto and vocals; and he, on accordion, formed the original Los Clasicos. The rest as they say is history.
On Tuesday, June 19, Leonel suffered a heart attack as he was being transported in an ambulance to Edinburg Regional Medical Center when he died enroute. He was 67.
As an acclaimed accordionist, Leonel’s musical legacy will live on through his hundreds of recordings with Roberto Pulido y Los Clasicos.
Our most heartfelt condolence go out to the Pulido and the Olivares families
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written by pedro badillo jr, July 16, 2012

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