One of the original members of the Dixie Chicks, now known as The Chicks, Laura Lynch passed away in an automobile accident in El Paso, Texas, on Friday. Her age was sixty-five.

In a statement to NPR, the Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed Lynch’s passing.

The performer, who spent four years playing bass and singing lead vocals for the well-known all-female country music group, was heading east on US 62 when her 2016 Ford F-150 hit another automobile head-on. A justice of the peace declared her dead then and then.

Members of the Chicks, Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire, and Emily Strayer, paid tribute to Lynch on their Instagram pages, expressing shock and grief over the news.

Laura was a ray of sunshine. It read, “Our thoughts are with her family and loved ones at this sad time. Her contagious energy and humor gave a spark to the early days of our band.”

The investigation is underway, according to the department of safety. NPR reached out to the Chicks’ representatives for comment, but they did not reply.

Along with the sisters Maguire and Strayer (née Erwin), Lynch co-founded the group in 1989. She quit in 1993 after the trio recorded three albums. Maines took her place. Following the departure of the band’s original bassist, she began singing with the group1992 saw the vocalist Robin Lynn Macy.


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