Recent Country Music Hall of Fame inductee Bonnie Brown is fighting for her life. The 78-year old, a member of the family trio The Browns, is in critical care battling lung cancer after suffering some complications.
A post made to Jim Ed Brown's official Facebook page on Saturday (July 2) requested prayer for Bonnie.
"The Brown Family is reaching out to ask you all to pray for Bonnie. Bonnie is the younger sister of Jim Ed and she is in critical care battling lung cancer. She experienced complications from a blood clot and we hope you will all lift her up in prayer. Thank you in advance.”
The Browns joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1963 after rising to fame throughout the 1950s with hits such as "I Take the Chance," "Just As Long As You Love Me," and "Would You Care." But the trio's biggest hit was their 1959 hit "The Three Bells." After Bonnie and her sister, Maxine, retired in 1967, their brother Jim Ed continued singing as a soloist.
In 2015, the trio was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame just weeks after Bonnie was diagnosed with lung cancer and three months after Jim Ed passed away from another form of lung cancer.
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