Cady Groves, pop and country singer, died at 30


Cady Groves, pop and country singer and songwriter, died this weekend at her home in Tennessee, Vel Records CEO Camus Celli told CNN.

She was 30 years old.

“His death appears to be due to natural causes, pending a final coroner’s report. Both foul play and self-harm have been ruled out by the coroner, “said Celli in a statement released on Monday.

Groves, originally from Kansas, had just completed his next album 2020 which was due out this summer, according to his label. Some of his most popular songs include “This Little Girl”, “Love Actually” and “Forget You”.

Groves toured with LMFAO, Good Charlotte and Third Eye Blind and continued to perform for Nashville fans.

“The people closest to Cady want people to know that she loves music, laughs, cooking, tacos and most importantly, her family,” said Celli in her statement.

“She was so excited to finally be able to release this body of music that she had worked for so long (more than a year),” he said. “Coming back to her fans to play this new music … that was all for her, her connection with her fans meant the world to her. “

Groves’ family requests that instead of flowers, donations be made on their behalf to the Music Health Alliance or MusiCares.


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