Canadian singer, Denise Murray Dies at 56
Is Denise Murray Dead or alive? Popular Canadian female country music singer, Denise Murray is dead. Denise was reported to have passed away on September 15, 2020, after a long battle with cancer. She died at the age of 56.
The singer in 1997 was signed to Loggerhead records where she released her first debut album “What You Mean To Me”. A song from the album “Has Anybody Seen My Angel” was a pivot point to Denise Murray success in the entertainment industry. The hit song reached No. 10 on the RPM country tracks in Canada.
The success of the album led to nominations from the Canadian Country Music Association and the RPM Big Country Awards. A second album for Loggerhead, Under the Moon, followed in 2000 and included the top 25 hits “Boom”, which reached No. 25 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in 2000.
With her first CD, Denise was voted 1999 East Coast Music Awards’ “Country Artist of the Year”. She and her band played throughout Atlantic Canada as well as Ontario and Quebec.
Denise was honoured by receiving a total of 9 nominations from the CCMA, ECMA and Big Country Awards. CMT has played 3 of her videos from the first album and the CBC has featured her on several regional television programs.
Under Loggerhead Records, Murray’s new release “Under the Moon” produced by Jeff Nystrom, in Hudson, Quebec, has also found its way into the charts. Singles “Boom”, “Those Were the Days” and “For a While” continue to make steady progress in the Canadian charts.