She was 68 years old, Variety magazine reported.
American folk singer Grammy Award winner Nanci Griffith died on Friday in the United States at 68. This was reported by Variety magazine with reference to the statement of the record company Gold Mountain Entertainment, which collaborated with the singer.
According to his information, the singer died on Friday morning in Nashville (Tennessee). The cause of death was not disclosed. According to the magazine, in the 1990s, the singer was twice diagnosed with cancer, which she defeated.
Griffith has recorded 18 albums. Her work has been awarded some awards, including the Grammy Award in the category “Best Contemporary Folk Album” (1994) for the record “Other Voices, Other Rooms” (1993), as well as the Brit Awards in the category “Best International Artist” (1994).