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‘This Little Girl’ Singer-Songwriter Cady Groves Passed Away

The older brother of the singer Cody Groves announced the news of the death of his sister over the weekend

Cady Groves gave some amazing hits like “This Little Girl,” “Love Actually,” “Forget You,” “Dreams” and “Oil and Water”, sadly the singer died on Saturday, at the age of 30.    

The tragic news was first announced by Cady’s older brother, Cody Groves, who shared  an emotional post on Twitter saying, Cady “has left this world.”

“Details are limited right now but family is trying to get them and will keep people updated,” he said. “Rest In Peace little sis.”

In a follow-up tweet, Cody said the death of his sister was the result of “natural causes” awaiting a report by a final coroner. The coroner has also ruled out foul play and self-harm, Cady’s rep reported to the well-known entertainment portal.

“She had some medical problems last fall and our best guess at this point until further testing is complete is that they had resurfaced,” Cody tweeted.  “Please respect her name and family before sharing information that did not come directly from here.”

Cady was with her parents, Carol Pettit and Larry Groves; her four brothers, Cody, Kevan, Kyle, and Kelsy; and Adam, Carrie and Courtney Farmwald, three of her half-siblings.

She is Groves’s third child to die at a young age. On 23 October 2007 her brother, Casey Groves, died. He was a young, 28. Years later, Cady’s other brother, Kelly Groves, died on March 23, 2014, also at the age of 28.

“Hope you’re reunited with Kelly and Casey,”  wrote Cody. Cady was born in Emporia, Kansas, on 30 July 1989.

For the universe, she graduated from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Scottsdale, Arizona, before changing courses to pursue a music career. Her first EP, A Month of Sundays, was separately released in 2009. A new EP, A Pirate’s Life, followed in 2010.

Both performances helped Cady attract the attention of larger brands. She signed with RCA to tour alongside bands such as Third Eye Blind, Good Charlotte, and All Time Low on the 2010 Bamboozle Road Show, before dropping her first major-label EP, This Little Girl, in 2012.

Many of Cady’s fans and famous friends have given their condolences to her family and shared some priceless memories since her death was announced. Check below:

Instead of roses, Cady’s family has asked to make donations in her name to the Music Health Alliance or MusiCares.

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