R&B music legend Denise LaSalle died in a Jackson, Tennessee hospital on January 9 after succumbing to some health issues she has been battling in recent months.
One of the most legendary women in the genre of R&B music has been called home after being admitted to a Jackson, Tennessee hospital for the final time.
According to the Associated Press, Denise LaSalle, a woman who was revered for decades as the “Queen of the Blues” died peacefully on Tuesday (January 9) at the age of 78-years-old. Many relatives, close friends in the business, and other loved ones have made remarks about the gracious impact LaSalle had on their lives.
Lawrence “Boo” Mitchell, is the owner of the storied Royal Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. Mitchell knew LaSalle very well for many years and had the coveted experience of working with her throughout various phases of her illustrious career.