José Luis Properzi, Argentine drummer & singer, Died at 48

  Music, Writers

Jose Luis Properzi was born on February 23, 1967, in Mar del Plata, Argentina, and died on November 3, 2015.

He was a musician of Argentine rock.

Jose was recognized as a singer, drummer, composer and founding leader of the rock band marplatense ‘The Super Mice’.

The group was founded in 1985; Jose had strong influences on the group The Beatles and The Beach Boys.

At age 17, he met Fernando Blanco, the future bassist of Los Super Mice.

Jose graduated from university in Audiovisual Sciences.

When Jose first started, he had never studied or had any previous experience, but he began to play, compose and sing his own songs.

Along with White, guitarist Oscar Granieri joined and formed a trio they called at first mice.

They joined Mario Barassi In 1986, the second guitarist, after they settled under the name of The Super Mice in the year 1988.

They went on to record nine LP and toured throughout Argentina and visited countries like the United States and toured Germany, Portugal and Spain .

Jose ventured into radio in 2010, journalist Gustavo Antonopolos, a radio interviewer and acoustic cycle called “The Rock is.”

On the show passed Adrian Otero, JAF, Mavi Diaz, Emmanuel Horvilleur, Manuel Moretti, Rinaldo Rafanelli, etc.

The program altered his career as a professional musician.

Jose Luis Properzi passed away at age 48 on November 3, 2015.