Jody Miller, winner of Grammy and country singer passed away at the age of 80. The singer of “Queen of the House” passed away on October 6 in Blanchard, Oklahoma, as a result of complications from Parkinson’s disease.
Seven years ago, Miller was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Miller’s daughter Robin Brook and her band Middle-Sister Music announced the news on the social media.
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Jody Miller, the legendary musician and mother of Robin Brooks, passed away this morning, according to a post by Middle Sister. Additionally, it pleaded for everyone to think about the family as they endure this awful loss.
Miller was raised in Los Angeles following her parents’ divorce before relocating to Blanchard to live with her grandmother. She was born in Phoenix, Arizona in 1941.
Dale Robertson, a Western actor, suggested Miller to Capitol Records after she made her debut as a folk and pop singer. Capitol Records released Miller’s first album in 1964.
“Let’s All Go Down to the River,” “Home of the Brave,” and “Queen of the House” were some of her top hits. In 1966, she became the first Grammy Award recipient from Oklahoma for Best Female Country Vocal performance.