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Kellie Pickler’s husband Kyle Jacobs dead at 49 after apparent suicide: police. The singer-songwriter was found dead of an ‘apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound,’ authorities said.

Kellie Pickler’s husband Kyle Jacobs has died. The singer-songwriter was 49.

Jacobs was found “deceased from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot in an upstairs bedroom/office,” a representative for the Nashville Police Department confirmed to Fox News Digital on Friday.

“His death is being investigated as an apparent suicide,” the statement added.

“Mr. Jacobs’ wife, Kellie Pickler, reported that she awoke a short time earlier, did not see her husband, and began looking for him. After she and her personal assistant were unable to open the door to the upstairs bedroom/office, the assistant telephoned 911,” the statement concluded.

Pickler and Jacobs announced their engagement after a year and a half of dating in 2010. They were married in a surprise ceremony on New Year’s Day in 2011. Pickler placed 6th in season 5 of “American Idol” in 2010.

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Jacobs moved from Minneapolis, Minnesota to Nashville in 2000. In 2004, Jacobs was a co-writer on “American Idol” alum Kimberly Locke’s 2004 number one single “8th World Wonder.”

He went on to co-write Garth Brooks’ 2007 hit “More Than A Memory,” which became the first song to debut at number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in its history.

He also penned songs for Pickler, George Strait, Kelly Clarkson, Clay Walker, Randy Travis, Scott McCreery, Josh Kelley, Jo Dee Messina and Craig Morgan. Two songs that Jacobs co-wrote, “Back Home” and “Already Gone,” were featured on the ABC musical drama series “Nashville.”

Jacobs also enjoyed success as a record producer. He produced three number one singles for Lee Brice including 2012’s “Hard To Love” and “I Drive Your Truck,” and 2014’s “Drinking Class.”

Jacobs starred alongside his wife on the CMT reality series “I Love Kellie Pickler,” which ran for three seasons from 2015 to 2017.