Jenny Pagliaro, Roses and Cigarettes Lead Singer and Co-Founder, Dies At Age 35

Updated On 03 Apr, 2019 Published On

Jenny Pagliaro, the lead singer and co-founder of Roses and Cigarettes, has died. She was 35.

A spokesperson for the late singer at Baby Robot Media confirmed her death, saying that she died at her home in Santa Monica, California on March 26.

As for the cause of death, the spokesperson said, Pagliaro passed away due to complications from stage IV breast cancer.

Her family also announced her passing by releasing a statement.

With heavy hearts and great sorrow we announce the passing of our beloved Jenny on March 26, 2019. Jenny passed away peacefully at her home in Santa Monica, Calif., comforted by her devoted family and friends.

Pagliaro and Angela Petrilli formed the band in 2013. The L.A. Americana duo releasing their self-titled debut in May 2015.

According to a statement, Pagliaro diagnosed with Stage II breast cancer before a planned fall tour in support of the debut album, and immediately began treatments.

The pair continued to produce music and play shows while she was receiving treatment. They releasing their second album, Echoes and Silence, on February 22, 2019. Billboard premiered the video for Fast As I Can.

Funeral and memorial services for the late Roses and Cigarettes singer will be announced in the coming days.

Rest In Peace Jenny Pagliaro!

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