Sarah Dash Death – Obituary – The Founder of R&B group Labelle—best and singer Sara Dash has died on Monday, September 2021. Sarah passed away at the age of 76.
The cause of her death has not been released to the public yet.
Sara Dash founded an R&B group Labelle-best known for their hit “Lady Marmalade.” Their 1974 pro-sex worker “Lady Marmalade” recorded with Allen Toussaint in New Orleans became their best inspiring multiple cover versions that also hit No. 1 on the charts.
Dash was welcomed into the world on the 18th of August 1945 in Trenton, New Jersey. Dash’s first collaboration was with Nona Hendryx and Patti LaBelle for a doo-wop quartet with Sunday Tucker called the Ordettes.
They rose to star significantly in the ’70s when they re-emerged as the trio Labelle, channeling funk as they eschewed the ’60s girl group aesthetic.
After Labelle broke up in 1976, Dash began a solo career that spanned four albums over the next decade. Afterwards, she became a session singer, recording with the O’Jays, Nile Rodgers, the Marshall Tucker Band, and David Johansen.
Patti Labelle said to Billboard in a statement, “We were just on stage together on Saturday and it was such a powerful and special moment,” “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. I could always count on her to have my back. That’s who Sarah was … a loyal friend and a voice for those who didn’t have one. She was a true giver, always serving and sharing her talent and time. I am heartbroken, as I know all of her loved ones and fans are. But I know that Sarah’s spirit and all that she has given to the world live on. And I pray that her precious memory brings us peace and comfort. Rest in power, my dear sister. I love you always!”