Regarding the cause of death of English musician Denny Laine, no information was available. The well-known musician made a lasting impression on the music business and was best recognized for his contributions to groups like Paul McCartney’s Wings and The Moody Blues.
Since my information is outdated, any specifics regarding his passing after that date would need to be confirmed by additional research. While they wait for formal word on Denny Laine’s passing, his fans and admirers will never forget his essential contribution to the development of rock & roll.
Denny Laine Cause of Death
The Moody Blues leader Denny Laine, who later achieved great success with Paul McCartney in Wings, passed away at the age of 79. Interstitial lung illness had damaged his lungs. Elizabeth Hines, his spouse, said on Instagram: “My darling husband passed away peacefully early this morning. I was at his bedside, holding his hand as I played his favorite Christmas songs for him … My world will never be the same.”
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Elizabeth went on to say that although they did hope for a recovery, Denny’s lungs were becoming weaker every day due to the interstitial lung disease. “Strong and brave,” she said, adding that she was grateful to his followers, close friends, physicians, surgeons, specialists, physical therapists, and nurses at the Naples Hospital.
She said as she wrapped up her post:
“My world will never be the same. Denny was an amazingly wonderful person, so loving and sweet to me. He made my days colorful, fun and full of life-just like him. Thank you sweetie for loving me, for all the laughter, friendship, fun and for asking me to be your wife. I will love you forever.”
Denny Laine Contracted Covid Last Year
Over time, Denny Laine’s contributions to the music industry brought him fame. However, according to the Naples Daily News, he also had lung issues for a considerable amount of time after supposedly contracting COVID-19 in 2022.
In November of this year, a benefit performance in the Los Angeles area was planned for him under the name The Benefit Performance. Along with other performers, Denny Seiwell and Laurence Juber of Wings participated in the event.
This year, Elizabeth Hines also started a GoFundMe page to raise money for Denny’s medical needs. The page received donations totaling $54,277, exceeding its $100,000 goal. She added that in addition to surgery for a collapsed lung, Laine had to go through a number of tests, scans, and X-rays. She disclosed at the time that Denny also developed a blood infection caused by bacteria:
“The doctors have explained once he’s medically well, he will need several weeks of physical and occupational rehabilitation. Denny does not have medical insurance. The hospital has been working with us regarding this problem, but a rehabilitation center, along with the multiple lab work and specialists, will not.”