Nashville is in mourning today. Earlier this morning came the sad and unsettling news that '90s country hit maker Daryle Singletary has passed, suddenly and unexpectedly. Daryle reportedly died at his home in Nashville at just 46 years old. The cause of death was not know at the time of this writing. Singletary had a string of hits in the 90s that you heard on Country 102.5; from 1995's top 2 hit, "I Let Her Lie," to "Too Much Fun" later that year, and another top 2 in 1996, "Amen Kind Of Love." Our thoughts and prayers are with Daryle's family and friends.
His fellow artists and friends reacted to the shocking news:
Wow... so sad to hear about @Darylesing passing... I've always loved his voice and his music. He will be greatly missed
@Darylesing was the single greatest country voice of our generation... what a huge loss today. This one hurts. Rest In Peace Daryle
Just heard the news about the passing of Daryle Singletary. My heart goes out to his beautiful family. https://t.co/Uhe7bWB3Hv
@Darylesing was not only one of the best voices in country music but also a dear friend. He was a great person and someone who loved his family so much. He will be missed.
Sending my love and prayers to @Darylesing's family. Daryle, your legacy in country music will shine on. RIP #thetrueVoice
My heart is broken this morning for my buddy Daryle Singletary and his family! I have no words and I'm stunned. You will be so missed my friend! One of the greatest voices in the history of country music!!
Heartbroken????Sad Day... We lost our Brother, Daryle Singletary @darylesing . One of the Greatest... https://t.co/HPbow5urrt
Rough morning for me. One of my favorite singers, Daryle Singletary, has passed away this morning unexpectedly. He's the one who convinced me to move to Nashville. Praying hard for his family✝️Love you Daryle