BACCARA and “Yes Sir, I Can Boogie” singer Maria Mendiola has died aged 69.
A post on the band’s official Instagram confirmed her death today calling her “a wonderful artist”.
The Baccara singer, left, died aged 69[/caption]
A post on the official Instagram account confirmed Maria’s, left, death[/caption]
Fans were left heartbroken by the news and many paid tribute to the artist.
One said: “RIP beautiful lady.”
Another wrote: “Rest in peace Maria dear. You’ll never be forgotten.”
One more person wrote: “”We will always remember you, you beautiful soul.”
And another said: “Rest in peace Maria.”
The song Yes Sir, I Can Boogie was adopted by the Tartan Army as the Scotland National team progressed into Euro 2020 back in the summer.
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Maria and bandmate Mayte Mateos scored a worldwide No1 with their tune in 1977.
She said: “After so many years without a song in the charts, it’s hard to put into words how I feel.
“I never thought I’d be in the charts again. I am not young any more but I guess it shows I can still boogie.
“The Scotland team has reminded people we exist, which is very nice.”
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