Adelaide Louise Hall gained notoriety as a singer. She was a jazz vocalist and performer with a UK background who was American-born. Fans are still grieving for the singer and are curious as to why she passed away. You will find all the solutions in this post.
What is Adelaide Hall’s Cause of Death?
At the age of 92, Adelaide Hall passed away from natural causes in the early hours of November 7, 1993, in the Charing Cross Hospital in London, England.
She was buried next to her mother at the Cemetery of the Evergreens in Brooklyn after her burial was performed in New York at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City, New York. Her requests were respected and this was done as per her request.
Many well-known personalities, including Elaine Paige, Elisabeth Welch, Lon Satton, and Elaine Delmar, attended her memorial ceremony in London at St. Paul’s, Covent Garden, well known as the “actors’ church.”
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At What Age Did Adelaide Hall Die?
Adelaide Hall, who was 92 years old when she died on November 7, 1993, was born on October 20, 1901, in Brooklyn, New York. For more details see the Tweet below:
Adelaide Hall born #OTD 20 Oct 1901, Brooklyn, NYC. She lived in the UK for most of her life (Fulham area) and was a star of jazz, radio, musicals, ENSA and #Variety with a career spanning seven decades #BlackHistoryMonth pic.twitter.com/xtnoBoZn0l
— BritishMusicHallSoc (@musichallsoc) October 20, 2021
Adelaide Hall was born to Elizabeth and William Hall. At the Pratt Institute, where Adelaide and her sister Evelyn attended classes, William Hall taught piano. She lost her father on March 23, 1917. Three years later, on March 25, 1920, Evelyn died of influenza, leaving Adelaide to take care of both her mother and herself.
Hall married Bertram Errol Hicks in 1924; he was a British sailor who was born in Trinidad and Tobago. Soon after their wedding, he took over as her official business manager and launched “The Big Apple” in Harlem, New York. To establish herself, she worked incredibly hard.
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