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Tristan Goodall dies at 48: The Audreys singer dies ‘peacefully’

Tristan Goodall, founding member of ARIA-winning folk band The Audreys, has died at the age of 48.

He died “peacefully” on Saturday surrounded by his family after struggling with health conditions for the past two years, a representative confirmed to Double J.

Audreys singer Taasha Coates announced Goodall’s death in a statement on social media, writing: “I am very sad to have to share the news that despite our best hopes for his recovery, we lost our dear Tristan over the weekend.

“He was 48 years old.”

Tristan Goodall, founding member of ARIA-winning folk band The Audreys, has died at the age of 48. He can be seen on stage at the Falls Festival in Lorne, Victoria on December 30, 2006

Tristan Goodall, founding member of ARIA-winning folk band The Audreys, has died at the age of 48. He can be seen on stage at the Falls Festival in Lorne, Victoria on December 30, 2006

Tristan Goodall, founding member of ARIA-winning folk band The Audreys, has died at the age of 48. He can be seen on stage at the Falls Festival in Lorne, Victoria on December 30, 2006

“I’ve spoken to so many people who knew Tristan over the past few days and the outpouring of love has been overwhelming. He touched so many of us with his beautiful music, big heart, big hugs and big goofy laugh.”

Coates continued, “I have to say goodbye to my dearest friend, my musical soulmate, and my grief is almost unbearable. Rest in peace my dear Tristan. We had a dream and we made it come true, can you believe it?

“Thank you for sharing this journey with me. I will miss you every day.’

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He died “peacefully” on Saturday surrounded by his family after struggling with health conditions for the past two years, a representative confirmed

Goodall and Coates formed The Audreys in Adelaide in 2004 with Cameron Goodall and Michael Green.

In 2006 the band released their debut album Between Last Night & Us.

In 2008 they released their second album When the Flood Comes. It won the ARIA Award for Best Blues and Roots Album.

Audreys singer Taasha Coates (right) announced Goodall's death in a statement

Audreys singer Taasha Coates (right) announced Goodall's death in a statement

Audreys singer Taasha Coates (right) announced Goodall’s death in a statement

In 2010, Goodall and Coates continued as a duo after the other two members left the band.

They then released their third album, Sometimes the Stars, which again won an ARIA Award for Best Blues and Roots Album.

The band’s fourth and final album, Til My Tears Roll Away, was released in 2014.

Goodall and Coates (pictured at the ARIA Awards in Sydney on 27 November 2011) co-founded The Audreys in Adelaide in 2004 with Cameron Goodall and Michael Green

Goodall and Coates (pictured at the ARIA Awards in Sydney on 27 November 2011) co-founded The Audreys in Adelaide in 2004 with Cameron Goodall and Michael Green

Goodall and Coates (pictured at the ARIA Awards in Sydney on 27 November 2011) co-founded The Audreys in Adelaide in 2004 with Cameron Goodall and Michael Green

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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