In her tragically foreshortened career, the late Cady Groves worked with a diverse array of creatives including Jim Lauderdale and Savan Kotecha, and toured with Good Charlotte and All Time Low. On this posthumous collection, she illuminates the crossroads of country and Americana. The title track proclaims, “Got a million scars, don’t know where to start.” She recalls a bucolic summer on “Cigarettes and Sunsets,” while “Crying Game” speaks to darker realities, including the death of her two brothers with these words: “Life is fragile and can slip away.” This remarkable talent––just 30 years old––has departed too soon. Distributed by: […]
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[Photo via Instagram/cadygroves] Earlier this month, we were hit with the devastating news that Cady Groves had suddenly passed away. However, even though she is gone, fans will still be able to hear new music from the late singer later this month. On Thursday, it was announced that Groves’ posthumous album is on the way. […]
[Photo via Instagram/cadygroves] Cady Groves has reportedly passed away at the age of 30. The singer’s brother Cody Groves shared the news on Twitter Sunday. In his tweet, Cody states that “details are limited” and the family is currently trying to obtain more information. He also pays tribute to their late siblings Casey and Kelly. […]