Mac Tull Laura Lynch Husband
Laura Lynch, a founding member of the Dixie Chicks, now known as The Chicks, tragically lost her life in a car crash in Texas at the age of 65. The musician and songwriter, recognized for her role as the band’s original bassist and later lead vocalist, was driving near El Paso when the accident occurred.
Laura Lynch Ex Husband Billy Abraham
Laura is survived by her husband, Mac Tull, whom she married in 1997, and daughter, Asia with Laura’s ex-husband Billy Abraham. As we reflect on Laura’s contributions to the music industry and her impact on The Dixie Chicks, we also remember the loved ones she leaves behind.
The music world mourns the loss of Laura Lynch, a foundational member of the Dixie Chicks, now recognized as The Chicks. The 65-year-old musician met an untimely demise in a fatal car crash in Texas on Friday. According to reports, Laura was driving from El Paso to Dell City, where the accident occurred.
Laura Lynch Family- Mac Tull Wikipedia
|Laura Caroline Lynch
|November 18, 1958
|Age at Death
|Founding Member of Dixie Chicks (now The Chicks)
|Upright Bass (initially), Lead Vocalist
|Married to Mac Tull since 1997
|Daughter named Asia
Laura Lynch Daughter Asia And Family
Laura Lynch, post-Dixie Chicks, embraced a mostly private life. She married Mac Tull in 1997, and the couple reportedly welcomed a daughter named Asia. Laura delved into the world of oil painting, showcasing her artistic side. Despite the growing success of the Dixie Chicks, Laura expressed no regrets about her departure, stating, “It was worth it. I’d get anemic all over again to do it.”
Preliminary investigations indicate that she was heading east on Highway 62 when another vehicle, attempting to overtake a car in a two-way undivided section of the highway, collided head-on with her vehicle. Laura was tragically declared dead at the scene, while the driver of the other vehicle sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
Co-Founder and Bassist Turned Lead Vocalist
Laura Lynch played a pivotal role in the formation of the Dixie Chicks, co-founding the iconic country group in 1989 alongside Robin Lynn Macy, Martie Erwin, and Emily Erwin. Initially serving as the bassist, Laura later took on the role of lead vocalist. The Dixie Chicks embarked on their musical journey, gaining recognition with albums like “Thank Heavens for Dale Evans” (1990) and “Little Ol’ Cowgirl” (1992).
Laura’s Transition and Replacement
Following the departure of co-founder Robin Lynn in the early ’90s, Laura, along with the remaining two Dixie Chicks, released the album “Shouldn’t a Told You That.” However, Laura was eventually replaced by Natalie Maines in 1995. Speculations abound about the reasons behind Laura’s exit, suggesting a divergence in her direction and a desire to focus on personal matters, including family.
Support for President Bush
In the midst of the Dixie Chicks’ controversy surrounding President George Bush in 2003, Laura Lynch offered a distinct perspective. While her former bandmates expressed shame, Laura professed admiration and respect for President Bush, declaring, “I love our president. I really do.”