Singer Sarah Dash was set to be inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame before she died in September.

This month, Dash, a Trenton native and founding member of Labelle, will be honored by the hall of fame with the help of famous friends who will welcome her to the home of Jersey greats.

Labelle’s 1974 No. 1 hit “Lady Marmalade” was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2003. Dash was also part of the groups that predated Labelle — The Ordettes, The Bluebelles, and Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles — before becoming a solo artist and recording with Keith Richards and The Rolling Stones.

Organizers of the New Jersey Hall of Fame, which will again host a virtual induction ceremony this year, say Labelle co-founders Patti LaBelle and Nona Hendryx as well as Keith Richards will pay tribute to Dash at the event, hosted by Asbury Park’s Danny DeVito.

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