A increasing nation singer who was featured on a reality Television series about singers and songwriters was killed Wednesday in a targeted traffic collision. CNN reports that Kylie Rae Harris died in the accident in New Mexico. She was 30.
Alex Torrez, the CEO of her management enterprise, Torrez Music Group, confirmed her death, giving a statement right now that says in element: “We are heartbroken to confirm that Kylie Rae Harris passed away in a automobile accident final evening. We have no additional particulars to share, and ask for privacy for her household at this time.”
CNN adds: “Harris, who released a self-titled EP in March, had been in New Mexico to execute at Michael Hearne’s Huge Barn Dance Music Festival, according to the concert listings on her official internet site. Her subsequent functionality was supposed to take location on Saturday in Turkey, Texas.”
The statement from Torrez adds: “Everyone that knew Kylie knew how a lot she loved her household and, beyond that, how a lot she loved music. The greatest tribute to her unmatched enthusiasm for each is to spread as a lot really like as you can right now, and listen to music that completely inspires you.”
Harris was featured on the nationally syndicated reality show “Troubadour, TX,” which had a 22-episode season in 2011-2012. The show from 41 Entertainment tracked the experienced and individual challenges faced by a quantity of Texas-primarily based singers and songwriters.
Kylie Rae Harris (Instagram)
The song “Twenty Years From Now,” integrated on Harris’ self-titled EP, was written by Harris for her daughter, Corbie. Right here it is …