The creator of two well-known rock bands, Denny Laine (born Brian Frederick Arthur Hines; October 29, 1944 – December 5, 2023) was an English musician, vocalist, and songwriter. He performed with the Moody Blues from 1964 to 1966 and Wings from 1971 to 1981. Over a six-decade career, Laine collaborated with a wide range of musicians and ensembles in addition to continuing to record and perform as a solo artist. As a member of the Moody Blues, Laine was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2018.
Denny Laine Cause Of Death:
Interstitial lung disease
Laine’s wife Elizabeth Hines posted a message on their Instagram page stating that interstitial lung disease was the cause.
Nearly exactly 50 years have passed since the publication of McCartney’s highly regarded “Band On the Run” record, which included guitar and backing vocals by Mr. Laine.
Denny Laine Net Worth At The Time Of Death:
Denny Laine’s estimated net worth was $10 million at the time of his death. He amassed this kind of wealth during the course of his six-decade singing career.
In addition to his solo endeavours, his main sources of income were his contributions to the legendary bands Wings and Moody Blues.