Nolan Neal Cause of Death

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‘CAN’T BELIEVE YOU’RE GONE’ AGT and The Voice star Nolan Neal dead at 41 after long struggle with addiction.

AMERICA’S Got Talent and The Voice contestant Nolan Neal has died at the age of 41 after a long battle with addiction. The musician was found dead in his apartment in Nashville on Monday by his cousin Dylan Seals, according to TMZ.

He made it to the quarterfinals where he performed his moving original song, Send Me a Butterfly. During his opening audition, the singer opened up about losing a record deal because of his addiction.

Nolan said at the time: “I got a record deal in Los Angeles, I was like, ‘This is it!’ And I partied really hard.

“Pretty soon I started to become unmanageable because I thought I was a rock star. I got to NY to record my record, and I just remember, I couldn’t sing because I was so messed up. The label decided to drop me.”

Nolan Neal Cause of Death

An official cause of death has not yet been determined. However, Nolan has talked openly about his struggles with substance abuse in the past. His cousin Dylan told TMZ that Nolan was sober while living with him for four months before the pandemic.

Nolan appeared on season 15 of America’s Got Talent in 2020.

America’s Got Talent and The Voice contestant dead at 41: Nolan Neal was found in his Nashville apartment after battle with substance abuse.

Nolan Neal Death Autopsy Report

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How did Nolan Neal die?

The crooner was found dead in his Nashville apartment on Monday, shared his cousin Dylan Seals with TMZ. The site also confirmed the death with the medical examiner in Nashville.

Nolan Neal Cause of Death

The musician was best known as a contestant on two hot TV competition shows: The Voice where he was on Adam Levine’s team in 2016 and America’s Got Talent where he worked with Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum, Sofía Vergara and Simon Cowell in 2020.

Seals had lived with the star before the pandemic began and said he was clean and sober, even though he had spoken in the past about struggle with substances.

Nolan had been honest about his battle with drugs.

He admitted that he was still struggling with addiction during an interview with WBIR in 2020, which was at the time he was on The Voice.

The singer was on season 15 of America’s Got Talent where he sang Lost and Send Me a Butterfly.

He made it to the quarterfinals where he sang Send Me A Butterfly.

And he was on season 10 of The Voice. The musician was chose by Adam Levine.

The star made it to the Knockout Round before he was let go.

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