Country singer Daryle Singletary, best known for his 1995 makes “Too Much Fun, ” and “I Let Her Lie, ” expired Monday morning at his home in Lebanon, Tennessee, at the age of 46.
The cause of death has not been officially announced, but Fox News reported that Singletary played concerts this past weekend .
Born in Cairo, Georgia, Singletary detected a affection for country music at a young age, thanks to annual junkets to Nashville.
His first entering happened in his early teens, fittingly, at Opryland. Singletary recorded Hank Williams’ “Your Cheating Heart” at a studio that allowed tourists to establish singing keepsakes ,~ ATAGEND is in accordance with USA Today.
Singletary moved to Nashville to pursue a professional career in 1990, and was signed to his first label, Evergreen Records, in 1992.
After that, country performed Randy Travis took Singletary under his backstage and co-produced his 1995 self-titled major description entry ,~ ATAGEND according to Variety.
That album sacrificed him his two biggest slams, “I Let Her Lie” and “Too Much Fun, ” which contacted second and fourth respectively on Billboard’s Top 100 Country chart.
Singletary simply had 14 smashes on the chart, but he was more concerned with remaining traditional country music alive, according to Billboard.com.
“I feel very fortunate that I’ve been able to record country music, and have it get dallied on the radio. It’s what I always dreamed of, ” he told the publication.
Singletary is lived by his wife, Holly; two sons, Jonah and Mercer; two daughters, Nora and Charlotte; his parents, Roger and Anita Singletary; and brother Kevin Singletary.
Funeral sequences are pending, but story of his death inspired many country artists to sing his kudoes on Twitter.