Nineties country singer Daryle Singletary, known for such hits as "Too Much Fun" and "I Let Her Lie," has died at age 46. - From RollingStone.com
Artist known for such hits as "I Let Her Lie" and "Amen Kind of Love" died Monday at his home near Nashville Singer-songwriter Daryle Singletary, whose stone-country vocals paired with unapologetically traditional tunes earned him a string of hits in the mid-Nineties, including "I Let Her Lie" and "Too Much Fun," died Monday morning at his home in Lebanon, Tennessee, east of Nashville.
Relocating to Nashville in 1990, Singletary played local clubs and signed a deal with independent Evergreen Records in 1992, issuing a pair of singles.
Members of Randy Travis' band heard the singer and, at their urging, Travis would soon align himself with Singletary, co-producing his debut LP for Giant Records in 1995.
Singletary's devotion of the traditional sound endeared him not only to the general public but to fellow artists with whom he would collaborate, releasing various projects that teamed him with George Jones and Johnny Paycheck, Dwight Yoakam, Merle Haggard, Ricky Skaggs, John Anderson and Vince Gill.
His most recent LP was 2017's American Grandstand, a duets collection with bluegrass legend Rhonda Vincent.