The Seekers singer Judith Durham dies aged 79

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The Seekers singer Judith Durham dies aged 79 after battling chronic lung disease as her bandmates share an emotional tribute to their ‘friend for life’ and the ‘wonderful musical legacy’ she left behind

Australian singer Judith Durham of folk group The Seekers has died at the age of 79.

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The famous singer died Friday night after a long battle with chronic lung disease, the Herald Sun reports.

She had been in palliative care at Alfred Hospital before her death due to complications with the disease.

Australian singer Judith Durham of folk group The Seekers has died at the age of 79. Judith pictured at a performance in 2013

Her Seekers bandmates Keith Potger, Bruce Woodley and Athol Guy called her a “friend for life” in a shared statement.

“Our lives have been forever changed by the loss of our dear lifelong friend and shining star,” they said.

Her struggle was intense and heroic – she never complained about her fate and fully accepted its outcome. Her beautiful musical legacy Keith, Bruce and [Athol] are so blessed to share.’

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The Seekers were best known for their hits I’ll Never Find Another You and Georgy Girl.

Her Seekers bandmates Keith Potger, Bruce Woodley and Athol Guy called her a

Her Seekers bandmates Keith Potger, Bruce Woodley and Athol Guy called her a “friend for life” in a shared statement. All together in the picture

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