A Canadian singer-songwriter is being remembered by a Canuck icon as a down-to-earth person who was "charming" and "warm." Susan Jacks died at the age of 73, according to Burton Cummings, who posted about her death on social media.
Born in Saskatoon as Susan Pesklevits in 1948, as one of eight children, Jacks shot to international fame as part of the Poppy Family with then-husband Terry Jacks.
Her first recording, 1969's “Which Way You Goin' Billy,” sold three million records worldwide and became #1 in Canada and #2 on Billboard in the USA.
Died: 25 April 2022 Trending Born: 19 August 1948, Saskatoon, Canada Spouse: Terry Jacks (m. 1967–1973) Albums: Ghosts, Dream
Where evil Grows (1971)
Which Way you going bily (1969)