Sandy Denny cause of death

Sandy Denny’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday) January 6, 1947

Death Date April 21, 1978

Age of Death 31 years

Cause of Death Hemorrhagic Stroke

Profession Folk Singer

The folk singer Sandy Denny died at the age of 31. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

British folk-rock singer with the Fairport Convention who created genre-defining sounds.

She studied piano in London and was taught traditional songs by her grandmother, a Scotswoman.

She decided to try singing herself when she heard a performance at a local pub; she thought she could sing as well as those singing.

Personal Life

With a self-assured style, she changed Fairport’s sound soon after joining the group; she introduced them to folk ballads she heard during her childhood.

Nina Simone was one of her many devoted fans and, like many others, she covered Denny’s song “Who Knows Where the Time Goes?”

How did Sandy Denny die?

Doctors informed him that Denny was effectively brain-dead and her condition would not improve. She died on 21 April 1978 without regaining consciousness. Her death was ruled to be the result of a traumatic mid-brain haemorrhage and blunt force trauma to her head. She was 31 years old.