Daryle Singletary

Mar 10, 1971 – Feb 12, 2018 (Age 46)

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It's always sad to hear about someone who was taken too young, but when you lose someone who helped carve out the emotions we dealt with in life with song, the grief is felt by many. You are a true country legend and will remain at the top of my playlist forever. Thank you for the memories and feelings that your music brought to life. We love you and may you continue to play for the angels.

Your gonna b missed God Bless You

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.

He was compare to Randy Travis in which I couldn't tell who was who. Him and Travis would have been great together. So sad to see him leave this world. There is nothing like him.

I just learned of the tragic passing of Big D Singletary. I had the pleasure of meeting and spending time with him on one of his trips to Miami at Dolphins Stadium. He was a kind and gentle person that always made time for his fans, which I will always remain. My prayers go out to his family as this is such a major loss of a beautiful person at such a young age. I will carry your music with me always sir. Thank you for being such an inspiration.

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Daryles, what a great singer he was ,loved his voice, will miss him, a friend from Arkansas.

We am so sorry for your loss. My husband Glenn says, "Daryle and Johnny can sing "Old Violin" together again.

You will truly be missed. Sing in heaven.

Had just watched Daryle perform with Rhonda Vincent on Larry's Country Diner and also Country Reunion.He was a gentleman and very nice.Talked with great respect for the other singers who were legends.Praying for his family for Peace and Comfort that only God can supply.May his children always remember him with love.Ellen


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