Sarah Dash’s cause of death was undetermined, but some information has been released.
She was an American singer, actress, and music producer.
She first came to prominence as a member of Patti LaBelle & The Bluebelles. She later joined Labelle.
She also worked as a session musician for The Rolling Stones and sideman for Keith Richards. She died at age 50 in Los Angeles, California.
Dash, who was born in Philadelphia, died on November 27. She was 49 years old and died of natural causes. She had been battling cancer for the past several weeks.
She had also been suffering from heart failure.
According to her daughter, her death was the result of an undetermined cause.
She had recently been experiencing heart problems and was having trouble breathing.
She was a frequent social media user and a devoted fan.
She was best known for her songs, especially the 1970 hit “Lady Marmalade.”
In the late 1960s, Dash formed the group LaBelle. She also worked as a sideman for Patti Labelle and the Bluebelles.
In later years, she collaborated with Nona Hendryx, Patti, and Sundray Tucker to form the band Patti LaBelle & The Bluebelles.
She also toured with the Rolling Stones and Keith Richards.