Daryle Singletary Cause of Death: How Did Country Singer Die?

Daryle Bruce Singletary, an American country music singer, has passed away at the age of 46-years-old. Singletary had just played his first concert of 2018 on Friday, February 9 at The Rodeo Club in Alabama.

His cause of death is unknown at this time.

From 1995 to 1998, Singletary recorded professionally for Giant Records, releasing three studio albums: “Daryle Singletary” in 1995, “All Because of You” in 1996 and “Ain’t It the Truth” in 1998.

During the late 1990’s, Singletary entered the top 40 of the Hot Country Songs charts five times, reaching number two with “I Let Her Lie” and “Amen Kind of Love”, and number four with “Too Much Fun”.

via Rolling Stone:

Born in Cairo, Georgia, Singletary, whose father was a postmaster and mother a hairdresser, performed gospel music in his youth alongside his brother and cousins. Relocating to Nashville in 1990, Singletary played local clubs and signed a deal with independent Evergreen Records in 1992, issuing a pair of singles. Members of Randy Travis’ band heard the singer and, at their urging, Travis would soon align himself with Singletary, co-producing his debut LP for Giant Records in 1995. The album generated his first hits, “I’m Living Up to Her Low Expectations,” followed by the Number Two single “I Let Her Lie,” and a second Top Five tune, “Too Much Fun.” A year later, he released his best-charting hit, “Amen Kind of Love.” In 2002, he recorded what would be his last Top 30 hit, “The Note,” delivering a chilling cover of a song previously cut by Conway Twitty, as well as Tammy Wynette.


Daryle Singletary Cause of Death: Unknown at this time

Singletary, 46, died of unknown causes on Monday, February 12. He died at his home in Nashville. The cause of death is not immediately known, but it was unexpected.


About Daryle Singletary

Daryle Singletary was born March 10, 1971 in Cairo, Georgia.

Singletary began singing gospel music with his cousins and brother, and in high school, began taking vocal classes as well. In the early 1990s, Singletary moved to Nashville, Tennessee in pursuit of a record deal.

Singletary recorded seven studio albums, with his latest, “There’s Still a Little Country Left”, being released in 2015.

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