Mike Gaborno, American singer, Died at 51

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Mike Gaborno died on January 3, 2017.

He was American singer.

He was a member of Manic Hispanic.

They were a punk rock/Chicano rock band from Orange County and Los Angeles, California.

The group was a semi-parodic act that plays cover versions of punk rock and hardcore punk “standards” by slightly renaming songs and adjusting lyrics to address Chicano culture.

The band started in 1992 by Mike “Gabby” Gaborno.

The other members are Chino and Mo Grease (members of The Grabbers), Oso (from The Cadillac Tramps), Mad Ralphie (aka Steve”Ace” Acevedo a Sound Engineer and tour manager), and Sonny (aka Tio).

The bands first album was released in 1992 on Doctor Dream records, which Entitled The Menudo Incident, a reference to Guns N’ Roses’ The Spaghetti Incident, it featured cover versions of songs by The Buzzcocks, The Damned, X, Black Flag, Wire, The Clash, and others.

Mike Gaborno passed away at 51 years old.

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