Allison Cornell Cause Of Death - Obituary

Allison Cornell Cause Of Death: At 3:01 p.m. on Monday, February 19, the news got to the public that Allison Shropshire Cornell, a talented musician, a very versatile accompanist/Back up singer in the studio & on the road; providing keyboards, viola, violin & guitar has died. Her death was reported earlier today by a dear friend and award-winning Canadian musician, Jann Arden.

What Happened To Allison Cornell

According to close friends amd family members, Allison died recently from a short time illness. No better information is out now concerning her cause of death, but more details will be released soon.

Allison was loved by so many, she played with Shania Twain on stage, toured with Joe Jackson, Cyndi Lauper, Paula Cole, Suzanne Vega, Jann Arden, Tracy Chapman, Pat Benatar & Ronnie Spector and many more.

Her skill set was infinite. She is a genuine pordigy with musical prowess, ranking among the finest in the world. She held the light in a way that no one could have predicted with her commanding, enchanting, and otherworldly stage presence.

“Allison was one of the most talented people I ever had the chance to work with…it was an honor to be on stage with her and everyone loved her very much! We love you Allison You fought so hard and will be missed! Travel safe!!”

“@ShaniaTwain Sooooo sorry about the passing of your OG Fiddle player Allison Cornell. So heartbreaking. So talented & the energy you both shared together was EPIC. Her spirit will still be with you doing that dance break on ANY MAN OF MINE in all your upcoming shows. RIP Allison”

As Jann’s buddy and backup vocalist for many years, Allison also played multiple instruments in her band.

Here’s a link to Jann’s recent, incredibly poignant remembrance, in which she addressed her beloved friend personally in her final days.

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