The singer, who had previously advanced to the quarterfinals of media mogul Simon’s NBC talent competition in 2020, died at the age of 41 around the end of July 2022, and the SYCO record executive has had a hard time putting into words how he feels after getting to know him.
Unfortunately, that has happened far too often throughout the years, he told PEOPLE. The other day, I had this on my mind. People who left this world too soon. It’s terrible every time because you’ve come to know them. What can I say at that precise moment?
“Unfortunately, it has occurred much too often, and each time, it is difficult. It’s been difficult after the previous three years. After that, just when you start to feel like everything is OK, something difficult happens. But all I can say is that you just have to take each day as it comes and try to be optimistic and healthy, which is what I’ve learnt from this.
That’s all. You never know what these days may bring, as I said before to someone.
Nolan, who previously appeared on “The Voice” in 2016 and put out a few CDs, is believed to have “ultimately succumbed to his struggle with drug misuse,” according to his cousin Dylan, despite the fact that there has been no official cause of death.
The Metropolitan Nashville Authorities Department verified to Page Six that at 8:17 p.m. local time on July 18, police received a report of a “dead individual,” subsequently identified as Nolan Neal Seals.
The upstairs roommate discovered Mr. Seals in the bedroom of the downstairs flat, they continued. The roommate said she found the victim after getting a call from the victim’s mother, who was worried after not hearing from the victim for a while.
him. There was a black guitar pick that seemed to be a pick on the desk next to the bed
include a trace of powder.”