Jody Miller was an American country music singer has died at the age of 80. Her daughter Robin Brooks wrote in a statement “Please remember the family as they deal with this great loss”. The statement, posted on the Facebook page of Brook’s band, reads: “Middle Sister is sorry to announce the passing of Jody Miller this morning, music icon and mother of Robin Brooks. Please remember the family as they deal with this great loss.” Following the news of Jody Miller’s death, tributes began pouring in online for the American country music singer, with fans offering condolences to friends and family. One user said “Grammy award-winning Jody Miller has died at 80. Her 1965 “Queen of the House,” made her a country and pop star overnight, cementing her status as a pioneering cross-over artist and paving the way for artists like Linda Ronstadt, Anne Murray, and Olivia Newton-John.” Another said “Jody Miller, who had a run of country hits in the 1960s and ’70s that began with the crossover single “Queen of the House,” died October 6 or Parkinson’s complications in Blanchard, OK. She was 80.”
What was Jody Miller’s Net Worth?
Jody Miller Net Worth
$2 Million USD
Jody Miller was an American country music singer. She was born on 29 November 1941 in Phoenix, Arizona, United States, she was 80 years old at the time of his demise. She was a Grammy Award-winning country artist. The country legend was one of Oklahoma’s first Grammy Award-winning artists. The country legend was one of Oklahoma’s first Grammy Award-winning artists. Her career only rose in the 1970s when she signed with Epic Records. She worked with Billy Sherrill on singles such as There’s a Party Goin’ On,” “Baby I’m Yours,” “Darling, You Can Always Come Back Home,” and “He’s So Fine.” In 2020, she entered the music studio one last time.
The estimated Net Worth of Jody Miller is around $2 Million USD.
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