She tried various casting shows on US television, but was never able to explain. But she still went her way, even landing in the country chart. Now musician Taylor D has a fatal accident.
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American country musician Taylor D, who was about to take off the bus and who was said to be just 33 years old. The singer and songwriter died in Texas on March 14 following a car accident, as reported by People magazine.
According to investigators, Dee dropped her car into the railing while trying to change lanes. Your car then rolled over and hit the roof. The musician did not wear a seat belt, police said, and was found seriously injured outside the vehicle. He was rushed to the hospital where he succumbed. Your passenger, a 36-year-old man, survived the crash. He has already been released from the hospital.
“He had such a happy career ahead of him”
Fans and family members in the social network mourn Taylor D and express her unhappiness. “We love you, Taylor D. You will be missed by so many people. Now you can sing with the angels,” someone wrote on the singer’s official Facebook profile. Another person commented there: “Such a sad turn of events. She had such a great career ahead of her and she leaves behind two great children.” Son Wyden (born 2009) and daughter Nadi (born 2017) will now have to grow up without their mother.
Linda Wilson, president of the Texas Country Music Association, expressed her grief in a statement available to broadcaster KTVT: “Taylor Day was the real deal – a true genius at heart and a passion not for his music, but for the people.”
Taylor D tried her hand at “American Idol” and “The Voice” as a candidate. She got stuck on both shows. But he did not give up. In 2019, she released her first single and an album. His song “The Buzz” made it to the top 15 country charts in Canada and Great Britain and was played on radio worldwide. This year he was nominated for the title of “Emerging Female Artist of the Year” and announced an appearance with him in mid-May. Two songs landed in the Top 100 Texas charts in 2020 and 2021.