Australian music stars deceased in Esophageal cancer

Here are 1 famous musicians from Australia died in Esophageal cancer:

Wendy Saddington

Wendy Saddington (September 26, 1949 Melbourne-June 22, 2013) was an Australian singer.

Genres: Blues, Jazz and Soul music.

Wendy Saddington was widely considered as Australia's first lady of blues and a trailblazer for women in the Australian music industry. She rose to fame in the late 60s and early 70s as the lead singer of several popular bands such as Chain, Copperwine, and The Wendy Saddington Band. Saddington was known for her powerful and soulful voice, which could bring audiences to tears in just a few bars. She also had a successful solo career and recorded several albums throughout her career, including "Looking Through a Knothole in Granny's Wooden Leg" and "Live at the Sunbury Festival". Outside of her music career, Wendy Saddington was also known for her activism and advocacy work for issues such as Aboriginal rights and the environment. After battling cancer for several years, Wendy Saddington passed away in 2013 and left an indelible mark on the Australian music industry.

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