Sarah (*76*), co-founder of the all-female group Labelle — greatest acknowledged for the raucous 1974 hit “Lady Marmalade” — has died at the age of 76.

Patti Labelle and Nona Hendryx accomplished the trio. They launched Dash’s demise Monday on social media. No trigger behind demise was disclosed.

“We spoke a musical language, music says it best. Singing brought us together,” wrote Hendryx.

“Sarah Dash was an awesomely talented, beautiful and loving soul who blessed my life and the lives of so many others in more ways than I can say,” Labelle wrote. “Rest in power my dear sister.”

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Nona Hendryx, from left, Patti LaBelle, and Sarah Dash, of the group LaBelle, pose for a portrait in Los Angeles on  Jan. 29, 2009. Dash, who co-founded of the all-female singing group, best known for their raucous 1974 hit ‘Lady Marmalade,’ has died. She was 76.

Nona Hendryx, from left, Patti LaBelle, and Sarah (*76*), of the group LaBelle, pose for a portrait in Los Angeles on  Jan. 29, 2009. (*76*), who co-founded of the all-female singing group, greatest acknowledged for his or her raucous 1974 hit ‘Lady Marmalade,’ has died. She was 76.
(Matt Sayles)

(*76*) initially began all through the group The Ordettes, before it morphed into The Bluebells and then into Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles. In the early Nineteen Seventies, they shortened it to Labelle, modified their outfits and veered in route of funk, with all three members singing lead and background.

They made gospel-soul covers of rock songs, and their real tunes included the ballad “Can I Speak to You Before You Go to Hollywood?” “Morning Much Better” and “Touch Me All Over.”

Patti Labelle and Nona Hendryx announced their bandmate's death Monday on social media. 

Patti Labelle and Nona Hendryx launched their bandmate’s demise Monday on social media. 
(Matt Sayles)

But the group’s best-known tune was “Lady Marmalade,” a music about New Orleans intercourse employees from their 1974 album “Nightbirds.”

“Lady Marmalade” reached No. 1 on each the Billboard Hot 100 and Hot (*76*) Singles (now Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs). It was voted into the Grammy (*76*) of Fame in 2003 and seems in each Baz Luhrmann’s hyperactive 2001 film “Moulin Rouge” and the Broadway musical impressed by the movie.

Labelle disbanded in 1976. (*76*), a neighborhood of New Jersey, continued performing as a solo singer, releasing loads of albums by the use of the years. She wrote music with Keith Richards and toured with the Rolling Stones.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.