Chris Daughtry, 41, who was supposed to go for a Concert tour had called off the plan because of the sudden death of his daughter Hannah Daughtry. Hannah died at each 25 in her Nashville home. The incident happened on Friday informed by the cops to the PEOPLE. Chris Daughtry is a former American Idol contestant and was having a concert in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and Maryland.
His show was on Friday night in New Jersey and on Saturday in Silver Spring, Maryland. Therefore, he had to visit add concerts on particular days as per his website.
Later, a representative of Daughtry had informed the PEOPLE, “Due to the unexpected death of Chris and Anna Daughtry’s daughter, Hannah, all currently scheduled shows for the coming week for Daughtry have been postponed.”
He added, “the Daughtry family thanks you for your understanding and respectfully asks for privacy during this very difficult time. Further details will be made available at a later date. The investigation into this tragic death is still going on.”
Deanna Daughtry, the wife of Chris Daughtry, had children from her previous relationship named Hannah, 25, and Giffin, 23. Daughtry and Diana married each other in November 2000 and share twin children whose names are Adalynn Rose and Noah James of age 10 years.
Before Hannah’s death, Deanna posted pictures of her and Chris Daughtry’s 21st wedding anniversary on her social media platform. She wrote, “I am so proud of us. All we have overcome together, all we have shared, and most of all how much we have grown.”
Chris Daughtry’s Concerts
Chris along with his band launched his first music album in November 2006 after he achieved 4th place on American Idol’s 5th season. Later He was nominated for four Grammys.
The song “the Dearly beloved” was launched as the 6th studio album for Chris Daughtry’s band. Their song was released on 17th September along with the single “Lioness”.
The band started their concert tour at the starting of November before this tragedy happened. The tour was called off on 3rd November as a stop at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville before traveling to Providence, Rhode Island; Niagara Falls New York; Portland, Maine; and Syracuse, New York.
According to the plan the band was supposed to make a stop on Friday night in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
The investigation for Hannah Daughtry’s sudden death is going on and the reason behind it is not yet discovered.