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Sarah Dash’s net worth: American singer and actress Sarah Dash, known for being a member of the 70s disco and soul music group LaBelle who had a net worth of $2 million at the time of his death. However, it is not possible to make an exact calculation about the fortune of this great singer. We have estimated Sarah Dash’s net worth, salary, money, income, and assets.
|Net Worth:||$2 million|
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August 18, 1945
Sarah Dash Died
Sarah Dash, a member of the 70s disco and soul music group LaBelle and as such a performer of the first version of the global hit Lady Marmalade, has died at the age of 76.
It was her former partner in that formation Patti LaBelle who confirmed the news through her Twitter account, in a message in which she declared herself “broken.” “We were together on stage last Saturday and it was such a powerful and special moment,” she recalled.
The two, along with Nona Hendrys, founded LaBelle in 1971 on the basis of another previous line-up, Patti LaBelle & The Blue Belles, and released six albums before disbanding in 1977, including the album Nightbird (1974) and their biggest worldwide hit, Lady Marmalade, which as a single released more than a million copies in the US alone.
The song turned into a timeless classic of disco music, returned to the forefront of today thanks to the new version that Christina Aguilera, Pink, Lil ‘Kim, and Mya recorded in 2001 for the original soundtrack of the film Moulin Rouge, directed by Baz Luhrmann.
Dash, born in New Jersey in 1945, collaborated with other artists after the dissolution of LaBelle, such as Keith Richards alone and with the entire band of The Rolling Stones (he appears on her album Steel, 1989) or with Chic.
Over the years, the original trio met again occasionally, for example, to collaborate on the song Release Yourself that Patti LaBelle included on her album Burnin (1991) or for the song Turn it out, from the soundtrack of the film A Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar (1995). Already in 2008, 32 years after their last album, they got together once again to record a new album, Back To Now.