Here we are Explaining to you about Kellie Picklers Husband Kyle Jacobs Dead By Suicide. This is Sad Breaking News for the people who are Loving Kyle Jacobs. Kyle Jacobs, the husband of chart-topping songwriter and country singer Kelly Pickler, has died, Nashville’s Metro Police Department has confirmed.
According to a report obtained by Country Now, Jacobs, 49, was found dead at the couple’s home on Friday (February 17). The Nashville Police Department shared that a 911 call was received at Pickler’s home on Snead Road in the police department’s West Precinct around 1:21 p.m. Friday.
Police also reported that Kelly Pickler woke up shortly before police arrived on the scene. After waking up, Pickler notices that her husband is nowhere to be found and begins searching the house for him. Pickler’s assistant called 911 when she and the “Red High Heels” singer “were unable to open the upstairs bedroom/office door, the assistant telephoned 911.”
Police officers, as well as Nashville Fire Department officials, arrived at the scene and found Jacobs dead from an “apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.” Kyle Jacobs’ death is currently being investigated as an “apparent suicide.”
A prominent Nashville figure, Kyle’s writing credits include Tim McGraw, Kelly Clarkson, Darius Rucker, and Garth Brooks. He even co-wrote Garth’s number-one hit More Than A Memory. Following her success on season five of American Idol – she finished in sixth place – Kelly has had a successful country career. He is known for Best Days of Your Life and hosts a SiriusXM show throughout the week, Highway
The couple were married in 2011 and starred on the reality series I Love Kellie Pickler in 2015, offering fans an inside glimpse at their lives together. Jacobs also worked in the industry, writing songs for other stars like Tim McGraw, Kelly Clarkson, Darius Rucker, and Garth Brooks.
Some of his hits include Brooks’ “More Than A Memory”—the fasting rising single in the history of country music, according to Curb | Word Music Publishing—Eli Young band’s “Dust,” and Lee Brice’s “Rumor.” According to IMDB, he won the ACM award for Song of the Year for Brice’s “I Drive Your Truck” in 2014.