Country music is mourning due to the loss of one of its finest traditional voices Daryle Singletary. It is truly unexpected and devastating for all the country music enthusiasts. With this, most people took to social media to express their condolences. Also, artists such as Craig Campbell, Charlie Daniels, and Jason Michael Carrol pays tribute. Rest in peace Daryle as you now live with angels and sing your heart with God in heaven.
Moreover, Daryle Singletary died at the age of 46 in the morning of February 12 at his home in Lebanon, Tennessee due to a blood clot.
A little Bit ‘Bout Daryle…
Daryle Singletary was known for his hits such as “I Let Her Lie”, “Amen Kind Of Love”, and “Too Much Fun.” He grew up enamored and influenced by the greatest country artists like George Jones, Merle Haggard, and Randy Travis. In fact, Singletary’s demo record “An Old Pair Of Shoes” which he submitted to Randy Travis made his way to stardom.
His Humble Beginning…
Moreover, Singletary was born on March 10, 1971, in Cairo, Georgia. When he was still 15 he was inclined and had a deep and profound impact on Country Music. Also, at this stage of his life wherein, he began singing gospel music with his brother. In addition, his brother helped him mold his song-writing skills. At the age of 19, he moved to Nashville, where he started performing in the clubs and recording demos. In 1992, as mentioned earlier in this article, Randy Travis was mesmerized by his classic sounding delivery. With this, he was introduced to Giant Records which later on handled his musical career.
Truly, Daryl Singletary’s death has struck us in a much-unexpected way. He might not be on the stage and performing right now but within us, we can still hear him sing. He will never be forgotten as he still writes his songs with the angels and sings with the almighty above.
Our heartfelt condolences to Daryle Singletary’s family and friends.
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Daryle Singletary, I Let Her Lie
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