‘Lady Marmalade’ singer Sarah Dash Dies at 76

Grab all the details about the legendary singer, Sarah Dash’s tragic death, cause of death, and many more.

If you have been updated with social media then you might have learned the sad demise of the American singer Sarah Dash. Ahead we present you with all the details about her tragic death.

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Who Is Sarah Dash?

Sarah Dash is the American singer and actress who co-founded of the all-female singing group Labelle and is best known for their 1974 hit Lady Marmalade. The well-known singer who was born on August 18, 1945, had first appeared as a member of Patti LaBelle & The Bluebelles on the music scene.

'Lady Marmalade' singer, Sarah Dash with her 'Labelle' members

‘Lady Marmalade’ singer, Sarah Dash with her ‘Labelle’ members
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Later, the Sinner Man singer worked as a singer, musician, and sideman for The Rolling Stones, and Keith Richards. Sadly, the talented singer died at the age of 76.

What Was the Cause of Her Death?

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Thou Sarah Dash’s partner Patti Labelle and Nona Hendryx completed the trio and had announced Dash’s death Monday via social media, the cause of her death wasn’t disclosed. As such, the cause of her death is still unknown. Hendryx expressed condolence for her partner saying

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“We spoke a musical language, music says it best. Singing brought us together.”

Likewise, Labelle expressed

“Sarah Dash was an awesomely talented, beautiful, and loving soul who blessed my life and the lives of so many others in more ways than I can say,” she added “Rest in power my dear sister.”

The singer who was best known for Lady Marmalade, Sinner Man, Lucky Tonight, and more was sadly died on September 20, 2021, at the age of 76 with an unknown cause of death.

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We express our deepest condolence for the late Sarah Dash and her family in such melancholy. May her departed soul rest in peace in heaven. For more news & updates make sure to bookmark BAE Magazine.

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