(NEXSTAR) – Daughtry, the band fronted by “American Idol” alum Chris Daughtry, has postponed its present-day tour subsequent the “unexpected death” of his daughter Hannah, the band stated late on Friday.
“Due to the unanticipated death of Chris and Deanna Daughtry’s daughter, Hannah, all at this time scheduled reveals for the coming week for Daughtry have been postponed,” reads a concept posted to the band’s social media channels. “The Daughtry relatives thanks you for your comprehending and respectfully asks for privacy at this extremely challenging time.”
In the assertion, Daughtry reported “further details” will grow to be obtainable in the foreseeable future.
“The investigation into this tragic death is nevertheless ongoing,” the band wrote.
Daughtry, 41, married spouse Deanna Daughtry in 2000. Alongside one another they have four youngsters: Hannah, 25, and Griffin, 23, from Deanna’s past partnership, and twins Adalynn Rose and Noah James, 10, People today reports.
The outlet even more reported that Hannah was found dead at a house in Nashville on Friday by the Nashville law enforcement.
Daughtry rose to fame in 2006 as a contestant on the fifth season of “American Idol,” ultimately ending fourth driving winner Taylor Hicks and runners-up Katherine McPhee and Elliott Yamin. He and his band Daughtry produced their debut album on RCA Documents later on that calendar year.
The band commenced touring in support of their sixth album “Dearly Beloved” before this month.