Maria Mendiola was popular Spanish Singer know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Wiki Bio
|Birthdate ( Age)||4h April 1952, 69|
|Place of Birth||Spain|
|Marital Status||Not Known|
|Parents||Name Not Known|
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Last Update||September 2021|
Maria Mendiola popular Spanish duo Baccara who had the hit 1977 disco anthem Yes Sir, I Can Boogie, has died. After starting their careers as flamenco dancers in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Mayte Mateos and Maria Mendiola formed the Spanish group Baccara in 1977.
Maria Mendiola and Mayte Mateos
Maria Mendiola was best known for her rendition of the hit song which helped the group shoot to early stardom in the 1970s and continues to be the unofficial anthem for Scottish football fans.
Early Life and Family
Maria Mendiola was born on 4h April 1952 in Madrid, Span.Maria Mendiolia was a famous musical artist who was from Spain and she was holding Spanish nationality.
Maria Mendiola Husband
Maria Mendiola keep her personal life private so there is no any information is available on social media about her marital and relationship status.
Maria Mendiola Net Worth
Maria Mendiola is a Spaish Singer had an estimated Net Worth arround $4 Million in 2021.
After starting their careers as flamenco dancers in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, Mayte Mateos and Maria Mendiola formed the Spanish group Baccara in 1977. The duo were signed to RCA Records in the UK after being spotted by a record label executive.The duo recorded Yes Sir, I Can Boogie as their first single – topping the charts in 10 European countries, including the UK, and setting a then record for girl groups after selling more than 16 million copies.
Baccara’s self-titled 1977 debut album shot the pair to instant success – with follow-up single Sorry, I’m a Lady reaching the top 10 of the UK charts the following year. The pair released two more albums together, but broke off their professional partnership in 1981 and launched two competing bands – Bacarra and New Baccara.
Mendiola’s version of the band featured vocalist Marisa Pérez – achieving success with their 1980 club hits ‘Touch Me’, ‘Call me Up’ and ‘Fantasy Boy’.Before her passing, Mendiola had previously said she was ‘touched’ by fans who kept Baccara’s hit single relevant ‘for so many years.’
Speaking as Yes Sir, I Can Boogie re-entered the charts after the UEFA Euro 2020 tournament this summer, she said: ‘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.’Yes Sir, I Can Boogie was first linked to Scottish football in 2015 when a video of Aberdeen and international defender Andy Considine signing the song in drag with others during his stag do was leaked on YouTube.
The hit track was given a fresh lease of life after hitting number three in one UK singles chart in mid-November 2020 when Scotland defeated Serbia in a Euro 2020 play-off, with footage of Considine and his team-mates dancing and singing along to the track going viral.The song, which has since been covered by Goldfrapp, The Fratellis and Sophie Ellis-Bextor, was heard being sung loudly and proudly by Scotland fans throughout the tournament in 2021.
Maria Mendiolia Cause of Death
The star was married and she had children or a husband so far there is no information found related to her married life and children. She took her last breath on 11th September 2021 among her family members now our family in privacy so that they can come over from this situation. So far there is no information about Maria Mendiolia’s death cause. it is unclear yet but very soon we will let you know about the reason for her death that how she died for more details stay connected with us.