Country singer Daryle Singletary, finest identified for his 1995 hits “Too Much Fun,” and “I Let Her Lie,” died Monday morning at his dwelling in Lebanon, Tennessee, on the age of 46.
The reason for loss of life has not been formally introduced, however Fox News reported that Singletary played concerts this past weekend.
Born in Cairo, Georgia, Singletary found a ardour for nation music at a younger age, because of annual journeys to Nashville.
His first recording occurred in his early teenagers, fittingly, at Opryland. Singletary recorded Hank Williams’ “Your Cheating Heart” at a studio that allowed visitors to make singing souvenirs, in line with USA Today.
Singletary moved to Nashville to pursue an expert profession in 1990, and was signed to his first label, Evergreen Records, in 1992.
After that, nation star Randy Travis took Singletary underneath his wing and co-produced his 1995 self-titled major label debut, in line with Variety.
That album gave him his two greatest hits, “I Let Her Lie” and “Too Much Fun,” which reached second and fourth respectively on Billboard’s Top 100 Country chart.
Singletary solely had 14 hits on the chart, however he was extra involved with protecting conventional nation music alive, in line with Billboard.com.
“I really feel very lucky that I’ve been in a position to document nation music, and have it get performed on the radio. It’s what I all the time dreamed of,” he informed the publication.
Singletary is survived by his spouse, Holly; two sons, Jonah and Mercer; two daughters, Nora and Charlotte; his mother and father, Roger and Anita Singletary; and brother Kevin Singletary.
Funeral preparations are pending, however information of his loss of life impressed many nation artists to sing his praises on Twitter.