They have become legendary and many myths were created around their short existence and mysterious disappearance. Recently, it was revealed that they simply decided to stop playing and began to live “normal” lives, with two Saicos (lead singer Erwin Flores and bass player César “Papi” Castrillón) eventually moving to the U.S. and still living there. Sadly, Rolando Carpio passed away in early 2005. Pancho Guevara still lives in Lima, Peru. In 2006, the surviving Saicos reunited in the Lince district of Lima for some commemorations but have not played together in public since 1966.
Edited by huskerhead on 4 Jul 2013, 11:23
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