Dallas Good The Co-founder Of Sadies Band Passed Away At The Age Of 48

Dallas Good

Dallas Good, a Canadian singer-songwriter and Sadies band co-founder, died on February 17 at 48. Sadies’ official Facebook page announced his death, writing:

“The stage is gloomy tonight with the untimely death of one of music’s brightest lights.” Dallas, we adore you.”

The band began in 1994 and was still active at Good’s death. Their most recent song, Message to Belial, was released only a few months ago. Sadies had planned a tour in Canada for April. As of now, it is uncertain if Sadies will continue to perform after Good’s death.

Dallas Good was found dead.

The singer-guitarist was the son of Bluegrass legend Bruce Good of the Good Brothers. According to the official Facebook message, Good was being treated for a “coronary disease” detected earlier this week. The statement also said that the 48-year-old died of natural causes. The band did not say if the vocalist died as a result of the coronary artery disease (CAD) problem, which is one of the most prevalent causes of death from cardiac complications. While little is known about Good’s personal life, the band’s statement suggests that he is survived by his sibling(s), wife, and, presumably, his parents.

Dallas Good

Following Dallas Good’s unexpected passing, condolences have poured in.

Following his death, several tweets paid respect to the late artist. The majority of them emphasized his nice nature and musical ability. Other performers who had worked with the late singer were stunned. With Sadies, we’re delving into Dallas Good’s legacy. Sadies was formed in 1994 by Good, his brother Travis Good, Sean Dean, and Mike Belitsky. A year after their inception, the band released their self-produced album in 1995. The band’s debut studio album, Precious Moments, was released three years later. Sadies recorded about 13 albums as a band during their 27-year career. They have released some albums on which they cooperated with other artists and groups. In 2012, they collaborated with Dallas and Travis Good’s father and uncle’s band, Good Brothers.