Last Updated on: August 9, 2020 by: Lucifer
American singer and songwriter Cady Groves will be known for some of her songs like Love Actually and Forget You. The shining start fifth extended play record was Bless My Heart that got released almost 27 days later after her death.
Cady Groves Bio & Family; Parents, Height, Wiki
The late artist was born as Cady Danyl Groves on 30 July 1989 in Brentwood, Tennessee. Talking about her family, her parents, Carol Pettit and Larry Groves raised her as the youngest child with seven other kids. She has five biological siblings named Kevan, Casey, Cody, Kyle, and Kelly. Sadly, Casey passed away in 2007, and seven years later Kelly to her last breath in 2014. Other than them, she has three half-siblings, Adam Groves, Courtney Farmwald, and Carrie Groves.
After her parents got divorced, she relocated to Valley Center and then Emporia, Kansas. At age 16, she completed her high school graduation and chose to pursue a career in songwriting. She then chose Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Scottsdale, Arizona to complete her further studies.
Cady Groves Death Cause Disclosed!
The 30-year-old took her last breath at age 30 on 2 May 2020. While many of her fans were in dilemma to know the actual death cause, the reasoning was because of unspecified natural causes and that self-harm and foul play were ruled out.
However, over three months later, Fox News on 8 August 2020 reported the actual reason of her death. Her autopsy report stated that she died of complications from chronic ethanol abuse.
Career: Song & Tours Details!
Cady’s musical career took a leap in 2009 after releasing her first extended play record, A Month of Sundays. A year later, she released another song, The Life of a Pirate, followed in 2010. In the same following year, she got fortunate to collaborate with RCA Records and did many tours with Third Eye Blind, Good Charlotte, and All Time Low.
Almost five years later, she released her self-released song, Crying Game in 2015. Following the hit release, she then chose her High School Nation Tour, to perform in front of more than 50,000 high school students. Some of her other songs are This Little Girl (2011), Love Actually (2012), Forget You (2013), and Dreams (2015).
Some of her tours were Bamboozle RoadShow 2010 (2010), Let’s Be Animals Tour 2011 (2011) and Beautiful Freaks Tour (2012).
Some Interesting Facts About Cady Groves
- Cady resided in Marlow and Lawton, Oklahoma until her parents parted ways.
- Her parents never supported her musical career.
- The artist was a vivid social media user with more than 23.2K Instagram followers.