Trish Keenan: Broadcast Vocalist Trish Keenan Dies of Pneumonia

January 14, 2011 Updated: October 8, 2018

[xtypo_dropcap]T[/xtypo_dropcap]rish Keenan, lead vocalist for English electronic band Broadcast, died on Friday morning from complications of pneumonia.

Broadcast’s record company, Warp Records announced in a statement on Friday that she died at 9 a.m. on Jan. 14 after battling pneumonia for two weeks in intensive care.

Warp Records stated: “This is an untimely tragic loss and we will miss Trish dearly – a unique voice, an extraordinary talent and a beautiful human being. Rest in Peace.”

The band started in 1995. Keenan was the lead singer, according to Billboard.

Tim Felton played guitar, James Cargill played bass, and Roj Stevens played keyboard. They recorded four albums and a number of EPs. Their second album, “Haha Sound,” reached the No. 8 spot on the Dance/Electronic chart in 2003, Billboard reported.

Last May, the band was invited to perform at the All Tomorrow’s Parties festival, a music festival held in the U.K. It was curated by famous cartoonist Matt Groening.

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