Grammy-nominated songwriter and music producer Felix McTeigue Edward dies at 48. Read the full article to know more.

Grammy-nominated music producer and songwriter Felix Mctuigue has passed away at the age of 48. He died leaving behind his wife Elizabeth and children Nora and William. The music producer was operated for surgery and …

Grammy-nominated music producer and songwriter Felix Mctuigue has passed away at the age of 48. He died leaving behind his wife Elizabeth and children Nora and William. The music producer was operated for surgery and due to the complications following that surgery he died. Felix McTeigue gave various chart-topping songs and hit albums during his peak career which will be fondly remembered after him. He has left back memories and a legacy for his fans to cherish. Read the full article to more about him and his work and also his death.

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About “Felix” McTeigue:

Edward Felix McTeigue was a great person and an even greater musician. The songwriter made a notable contribution in the field and gave his best always. He was the son to Maggie Roche and the late Frank McTeigue but was raised by Joan and his father. He later in his growing years learnt that Maggie Roche was his birth mother. He released many songs and albums in his early phase of the career in New York City. Radio Perfecto was one his initial albums and is still greatly remembered by his family, friends and fans on social media.

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Since childhood, Felix had shown interest towards the field of music and more so after the knowledge of his birth mother Maggie Roche of the folk band the Roches. He met Liz Lynch at a folk rock adaptation of the Odyssey at The Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture. They got married and now they have two children. In this chapter of his life after he had children, he was one of the sought after songwriter and music producer. He has made a mark in the minds of the champions of the music industry. As a music producer, he recorded more than 30 albums.

During his career span over several years, he contributed to Florida Georgia Line and Dallas Smith. He also gave a track on Lori McKenna’s Grammy-nominated album which earned him a lot of praise. Florida Georgia Line’s “Anything Goes” and Lori McKenna’s “Wreck You” are the chart toppers which he will be remembered for forever to come. His contribution to these is immense.

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