Helen reddy cause of death – Helen Reddy, the Australian-conceived vocalist who scored a suffering hit with her women’s activist hymn “I Am Woman”, has passed on at 78 in Los Angeles
Helen Reddy, who shot to fame during the 1970s with her women’s activist hymn “I Am Woman” and recorded a line of different hits, had passed on. She was 78.
Reddy’s youngsters Traci and Jordan declared that the entertainer vocalist kicked the bucket Tuesday in Los Angeles “She was a superb Mother, Grandmother, and a genuinely considerable lady ” they said in an announcement. “Our hearts are broken. However, we relax because of the information that her voice will live on until the end of time.”
The Australian-conceived artist delighted in a productive vocation, showing up in “Air terminal 1975” as a singing pious devotee and scoring a few hits, including “I Don’t Know How To Love Him” from “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “Ain’t No Way To Treat a Lady,” “Delta Dawn,” “Angie Baby” and “You and Me Against the World.”