Singer/songwriter/producer/actor Lari White Cannon died today at age 52,

24/01/2018

following a battle with advanced peritoneal cancer (CAT 1/16). White was the 1988 winner on The Nashville Network's You Can Be A Star and later signed with RCA, charting '90s hits including "That's My Baby," "That's How You Know (When You're In Love)" and "Now I Know." She co-produced Toby Keith's 2006 White Trash With Money. White's film roles included Cast Away and Country Strong. A GoFundMe page has been set up to help with medical bills. Donate here.


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