K.T. Oslin, Singer-Songwriter Known for “80’s Ladies,” Dies at 78

Her No. 1 hits include "Do Ya'," "I'll Always Come Back," and "Hold Me"

K.T. Oslin, one of country music’s most interesting and eloquent voices of the 1980s, died on Monday (December 21). She was 78.

According to MusicRow, Oslin was diagnosed with COVID-19, but it is unclear whether this contributed to her death on Monday morning (Dec. 21). Diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, she had been living in an assisted-living facility since 2016.

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