Remembering an Arizona music legend

Melissa M. Munoz

Lawrence Zubia, the charismatic frontman whose voice and existence served make Pistoleros big players on the Mill Avenue scene that designed Tempe a musical hotbed in the ’90s, died the early morning of Saturday, Dec. 19. Zubia, 56, was taken to the medical center Friday afternoon with pneumonia.  As Mark […]

Lawrence Zubia, the charismatic frontman whose voice and existence served make Pistoleros big players on the Mill Avenue scene that designed Tempe a musical hotbed in the ’90s, died the early morning of Saturday, Dec. 19.

Zubia, 56, was taken to the medical center Friday afternoon with pneumonia. 

As Mark Zubia, the brother with whom he’d written songs considering that they were teens, explained, “He’d been recovering from operation on his pancreas. He obtained the surgical treatment in I feel April. And it just took too substantially out of him. Since April, he’s been convalescing. Then, he bought pneumonia. He ought to have been all over at minimum another 20 years.”

The Zubia family members and the singer’s sizeable other, Anne Subotich, issued a statement indicating, “After a lengthy disease, Lawrence passed away peacefully early Saturday early morning, surrounded by his household. He will be deeply skipped.”

The statement extra, “The Zubia Family members would like to thank everybody for their condolences, enjoy and prayers.”

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