Neal was maybe greatest recognized for a transferring efficiency of his unique tune “Misplaced” on “America’s Acquired Expertise.”
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Nolan Neal, who competed on NBC’s “The Voice” and “America’s Acquired Expertise” has died at 41 years previous.
Neal was discovered useless by his roommate Monday in his Nashville house, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Division stated. Police stated a guitar choose with an obvious “powder residue” was discovered within the room, and famous the musician’s reported struggles with substance abuse.
No official reason for loss of life was launched as of Tuesday, however Neal’s cousin Dylan Seals advised People who the musician “finally succumbed to his battle with substance abuse.”
In 2020, Neal appeared on the fifteenth season of “America’s Acquired Expertise,” auditioning with a tune known as “Misplaced,” which he advised the judges he wrote after proper after getting therapy for substance abuse. He made it to the present’s quarterfinals and sang one other unique tune, “Ship Me a Butterfly.”
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Neal additionally appeared on NBC’s “The Voice” in 2016 and earned a spot on decide Adam Levine’s group, although he was ultimately eradicated from the competitors.
Neal was open about his struggles with habit. In a 2020 interview, the Tennessee-born musician advised WBIR that he was nonetheless fighting substance abuse when he competed on “The Voice” and did a number of stints in rehab.
‘I type of misplaced my method on ‘The Voice’ and continued consuming,” Nolan stated. “You’ll be able to see it. I can see it.”
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“I discovered happiness by serving to others in restoration,” he stated. “I discovered a option to be joyful with out the issues I assumed made me joyful earlier than.”
The official Twitter account for “The Voice” said Neal’s “unbelievable expertise will all the time be remembered.”