Country singer Holly Dunn has died at age 59 after battling cancer.
A close family friend said that Dunn passed away at a hospice facility in Albuquerque, NM, surrounded by friends and family members.
Back in March, the singer revealed she was fighting ovarian cancer.
Dunn rose to fame in the 80s with hits like “Daddy’s Hands” and “You Really Had Me Going.”
Dunn eventually left the music business to pursue a career as a painter.