“AGT” and “The Voice” Singer Nolan Neal Dead at 41

The death of musician Nolan Neal has been officially classified as an accident and linked to “acute combined drug poisoning,” according to the medical examiner’s office in Davidson County, Tennessee.

When officers arrived at Neal’s house in July, they discovered his body in his bedroom. Singer-songwriter Nolan Neal of Nashville, Tennessee, was found dead in his apartment on Monday. Neal had competed on both America’s Got Talent and The Voice. He was 41.

No official cause of death has been given. However, Neal was open about his struggles with addiction. As a result, Deadline has contacted the Nashville medical examiner’s office for comment.

Although his audition performance of “Lost,” an original song Neal said he wrote after getting clean and which earned a standing ovation from the show’s four judges, will be more memorable to viewers, Neal’s performance of his original song “Send Me A Butterfly” during the season 15 quarterfinals will remain unforgettable.

Nolan Neal Dead

After performing “Drive” by Incubus on NBC’s The Voice in 2016, Neal made it onto judge Adam Levine’s team before being eliminated. The official Nolan Neal Navy fan page reported his death Friday night. The message stated, “Sing in peace with the angels. We’ve lost a shining star, and the music department in Heaven has a new conductor. 10.05.80- 07.18.22.”

According to TMZ, Neal’s cousin Dylan Seals confirmed yesterday that the singer was discovered dead in his Nashville apartment.

Details Regarding Nolan Neal

A great deal of information about Nolan Neal’s birth has been made public. Sources say he and his loved ones gathered to celebrate his birthday on October 6th. In addition, he was welcomed into the world by his parents in the city of Nashville, Tennessee, United States, in the year 1980. He had reached the ripe old age of 41. (at the time of his death).

He went to a public school in the area till he graduated. The information suggests that he continued his education at a highly regarded high school. There is a lack of clarity regarding his credentials.

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