Singer Daryle Singletary passed away suddenly Monday at his home in Lexington, Kentucky. No cause of death has been revealed yet although reports say it was unexpected. Singletary was only 46-years-old.
He had performed two shows a day earlier on Saturday (and Friday).
Daryle released his self-titled debut album in 1995, which featured such hits as “Too Much Fun” and “I Let Her Lie.” He got his start after one of his heroes, Randy Travis, heard his recording of “An Old Pair of Shoes,” and the singer’s then-wife Elizabeth began managing him, getting him signed to Giant records.
Daryle was known for his traditional country sounds, and released such albums as “All Because Of You," "Ain't It The Truth," "Now and Again," "That's Why I Sing This Way," and the recent duets album with Rhonda Vincent “American Grandstand.”