Tragedy struck country music this morning when country hit maker Daryle Singletary passed away at his home in Lebanon, Tennessee with the cause of death pending. He was 46.
Survived by his wife Holly, four children Jonah, Mercer, Nora and Charlotte, Singletary most recently performed this past Friday (February 9) in Alabama. Singletary is also survived by his parents, brother and several relatives.
Born in Cairo, Georgia on March 10, 1971, Daryle Bruce Singletary was well known for his authentic traditionalist country style with hits like “I Let Her Lie” and “Too Much Fun” along with “The Note,” “Amen Kind of Love” and “I’m Living Up To Her Low Expectations.” In addition to 8 solo albums, Daryle Singletary released the well-received duet album American Grandstand with country/bluegrass pioneer Rhonda Vincent.
Funeral services are pending and will be announced soon. The family asks for your thoughts and prayers during this time.
Matthew Bjorke and Roughstock wishes to extend our condolences to Holly, the children and all of Daryle’s family in their time of grief.