Death of Slim Dusty: Age, Cause of Death, Date of Death, What Really Happened!

Death of Slim Dusty

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Biography - A Short Wiki

Born David Gordon Kirkpatrick and known to his fans as Slim Dusty, this Australian country singer, guitarist, and songwriter collaborated with fellow Australian country musician Gordon Parsons on the 1957 international hit “A Pub With No Beer.” His other popular singles include “G’day G’day” and “Lights on the Hill.”

His marriage to fellow singer and songwriter Joy McKean produced children named Anne and David Kirkpatrick, both also musicians. He and McKean were also business partners, co-producing the popular Slim Dusty Travelling Show.

How did Slim Dusty die?

Country Singer Slim Dusty died in 2003, 76 years old. The cause of death was Lung Cancer.

Information about the death of Slim Dusty
Cause of deathLung Cancer
Age of death76 years
ProfessionCountry Singer
BirthdayJune 13, 1927
Death dateSeptember 19, 2003
Place of deathN/A
Place of burialN/A