Chris Doughty has postponed his tour dates after the sudden dying of his 25-year-old daughter Hannah.
Hannah, the daughter of Chris Diana from a earlier relationship, was discovered lifeless at her house in Nashville on Friday, November 12, Individuals has been confirmed. Datri, who set out on his tour earlier this month, is again house to be together with his household.
A consultant for the singer confirmed that “all performances currently scheduled for the next week for Daughtry have been postponed,” including, “The Daughtry family thanks you for your understanding and asks for privacy during this very difficult time.”
No particulars have been launched about the reason for Hana’s dying. The assertion provides that “more details will be provided at a later time” as a result of “the investigation into this tragic death is still ongoing.”
On Saturday, November 13, Diana took to Instagram to share pictures of Hannah, together with a message stating that Hannah’s dying was on account of unspecified “injuries.”
She began her “My First Born” enterprise. “I love you endlessly Hannah. Our family would like to thank you all for the outpouring of love as we mourn the loss of our daughter Hannah. We are awaiting the autopsy results to determine how Hana sustained the injuries that caused her death. Our hearts are broken.”
Later within the day, Daughtry launched his personal assertion on Instagram, writing alongside an image of Hannah, “I’m still in treatment for the last 24 hours. I’ve been so sad and heartbroken. I recently lost my mother to cancer but I’ve been blessed with it. A chance to say goodbye and I was treating her.” In non-public. We have by no means needed to say goodbye to our valuable Hannah and it is one other nice blow for our household.”
He thanked everyone for sharing their condolences, and concluded the post with “Hannah, I like you. I miss you. I want I may hug you. This hurts so dangerous.”
In 2013, Daughtry spoke with Yahoo about being there for his family, which in turn inspired his music, including the song “Ready For Superman.”
“I think every father probably feels this way about their children: No matter how old or young they are, you will always be there to fight for them, and you will always be there to pick them out the clearest when they fall.” “Waiting for Superman” doesn’t necessarily mean a superhero, but it certainly uses that model. The original as a metaphor for waiting for that person to be what you want them to be — you know, step up and be that power. My wife and daughter were definitely my inspiration for the lyrical content of that song.”
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