'America's Got Talent' Contestant Nolan Neal Dies At 41

‘America’s Got Talent’ Contestant Nolan Neal Dies At 41

The singer, who competed on both talent shows, passed away on July 18, the Tennessee’s Davidson County Medical Examiner announced to E! News. Age-wise, he was 41. The reason of death has not yet been disclosed. According to the police, Nolan’s roommate called them after she discovered his death in a bedroom. Authorities in Davidson County have been contacted by E! News, but no response has been received.

In 2016, Nolan entered the auditions for The Voice season 10. Even though he didn’t advance past the blind auditions, he returned to participate in season 11 later that year, turning the chairs of all four coaches with his performance of “Tiny Dancer” by Elton John. He then joined Adam Levine’s squad. Nolan, who had previously been a touring member of the rock group Hinder, lost in the knockout round.

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Nolan made an appearance on America’s Got Talent four years later. The musician stated at his audition that he wanted to go on the programme to share his experience, which included his father’s suicide and his own struggle with substance misuse. Nolan sang his original song “Lost,” stating that it was the first song he composed while clean and that he wrote it after completing treatment. He was applauded by the public and continued to participate in a number of rounds before being defeated in the quarterfinals.

Nolan continued to share his journey with his fans after his time on the shows. He published “Shadow of the Man I Used to Be” in December 2021, characterizing it as “an original song about my recent relapse.” On their own adventures, Nolan’s followers would receive assistance from him. “Please DM me if you are dealing with drug or alcohol addiction. I might be able to assist you “He stated in a Facebook post from June. “Your letter will remain completely anonymous and will only be read by me. #Recovery.”