'90s country singer DARYLE SINGLETARY passed away unexpectedly at his home in Tennessee early yesterday morning. He was 46. He leaves behind a wife and four children.
An official cause of death has not been announced, although some sources are saying it was a blood clot.
Daryle was on the country charts in the'90s with hits like "I Let Her Lie", "Amen Kind of Love" . . . and "Too Much Fun". Although his career tapered off a bit in recent years, he still recorded music and kept touring.
He released a duets album with Rhonda Vincent last summer called "American Grandstand". His last show was Saturday in Louisiana, and the club posted a video that night of him performing Johnny Paycheck's "Old Violin".
Charlie Daniels Tweeted, quote, "Rest in peace Buddy, you sang country like country should be sung." And Tanya Tucker Tweeted,"Daryle Singletary was one of my very favorite country singers. I just saw him and hugged his neck at Mel Tillis' memorial. I'm so thankful for that."