Country Singer Lari White Dies at 52

January 23, 2018

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Lari White passed away today (January 23) at the age of 52. The country singer, songwriter, and producer was born on May 13, 1965 and had been battling cancer.

According to Billboard, White became a well-known name in Music City when she won Jim Ed Brown's You Can Be A Star in 1988. Throughout her career, White signed a publishing deal with Ronnie Milsap's company, was a back-up singer for Rodney Crowell, and more.

White released several top 10 country hits including "That's My Baby," "That's How You Know (When You're in Love)," and "Now I Know." She is survived by her husband, songwriter Chuck Cannon, and her three children.

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