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Co-Founder Of ‘The Dixie Chicks’ Died Tragically

via ABC 7 Chicago

Laura Lynch, a founding member of The Dixie Chicks, tragically died in a head-on car crash in Texas.

She co-founded the band and played bass before briefly serving as the lead vocalist.

After leaving the group, she lived a private life, focusing on oil painting. (Trending: Joe Biden Emailed Hunter’s Business Associates 54 Times)

The Dixie Chicks achieved immense success after her departure, but Lynch cherished her time with the band.

The group faced controversy over political statements and rebranded as “The Chicks” in 2020.

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