Nolan Neal dies: ‘America’s Got Talent’ and ‘The Voice’ singer turns 41 — update
The Davidson County Coroner’s Office in Tennessee attributed singer Nolan NealDeath to “acute drug poisoning.” The death was declared accidental.
In July, the police returned to Neil’s home and found him dead in his bedroom.
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Before: Nashville musician Nolan Neal, who took part in both America’s Got talent And Sound, was found dead in his apartment on Monday. He was 41 years old.
The cause of death was not disclosed, but Neil has often spoken openly about his substance abuse and addiction issues.
The deadline reached the Nashville coroner’s office for details.
Neil will be missed more America’s Got talent Viewers for their 2020 rendition of their original song “Send Me a Butterfly” in the quarter-finals of season 15. Another highlight came during her audition for the show, when she performed the original song “Lost”, which Neil said she wrote after she got cleaned up and got a standing ovation from the show’s four judges.
In 2016, Neil appeared on NBC Sound, where he performed the Incubus song “Drive”. He earned a spot on Judge Adam Levine’s team before his eventual elimination from the competition.
His death was announced on his official Nolan Neal Navy fan page, who posted a message last night saying, “Sing in peace with the angels. The world is missing a bright light and heaven has just received new music. The director stands. 10.05.80- 07.18.22.