On Friday, 49-year-old Kyle Jacobs, the country music crooner husband of American Idol star Kellie Pickler, was found dead inside their Nashville, Tennessee.
In a bedroom and office upstairs, Jacobs had barricaded himself. One day after sharing an Instagram post on a new musical accomplishment for his country music career, he took his own life.
Before he took his own life, Jacobs spoke about how proud he was of the work he did on Lee Brice’s album Hey World.
The album had gone platinum, and Jacobs had served as a producer, playing acoustic guitar and providing backing vocals. He felt that the work he did on the album had contributed to its success.
In his final Instagram post, the country music performer stated: “Platinum?! SWEEEET!!! This was put together by an incredible group of people with extraordinary talent…
I’m incredibly honored to have contributed in whatever way… God bless you, Jesus!”
While people congratulated Jacobs on his musical success, they all thought he seemed to have everything.
His career was successful, and he was married to an American Idol star. He nevertheless struggled with what is probably acute despair and was driven to shoot himself in the head.
Kyle Jacobs is a musician who recently released a unique songwriting app called SingerSongwriterMusician. The app is sure to be a hit with other country singers.
Kyle Jacobs also benefited from the launch of a brand-new songwriting app called SingerSongwriterMusician, which came out this month.
The new business venture was sure to be a hit for the country singer, given that it allows users to create and share their original music.
As a result of Jacobs’ success on social media, his fans, and friends praised him and offered more suggestions for things he may attempt.
Congratulations, my brother! David Allen wrote in response to the post on the platinum-certified album.
My lake’s largemouth bass will be on the spawning grounds in around two or three weeks. Let’s board the truck when you gather your equipment.
One of Jacobs’ dedicated fans suggested that he write a gospel song, saying that it would be awesome given his faith and years of experience.
Friday at 1:21 pm, police responded to a call of emergency.
Nashville police responded to a call to find Kyle Jacobs, 49, dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound upstairs in a bedroom/office. It’s being looked into whether or not he committed suicide.
A spokesman for the Nashville police, Don Aaron, confirmed that no one else was harmed when Jacobs committed suicide via gunshot.
Kellie Pickler, Jacobs’s wife, had been a contestant on the fifth season of American Idol, where she placed sixth in 2006.