Country Singer Kylie Rae Harris Dies Aged 30

by Musfirah Khurram
5 minutes read

Life is short and each minute we have ought to be treasured.

Lamentably, a few people’s lives get cut off. This week, nation artist, Kylie Rae Harris, has passed on at thirty years old. Her administration, Torrez Music Group, discharged the data in an explanation that sent waves all through the music business.

This is Kylie Rae Harris.

A Texan-born nation artist who was leaving her blemish on the music business.

This is where it all started…

At age twelve, Kylie joined up with a vocal camp and where she figured out how to make her very own music and play instruments.

Over the years she had managed to hone her craft.

At first, in the wake of dismissing a music grant, Kylie chose to go on Troubadour, which was a network show that reported her ascent to turning into the following new huge name in blue grass music.

In 2010, she finally released the album her fans had been waiting for.

All the Right Reasons became Kylie’s debut album, which was shortly followed by an EP called Taking It Back.

And they proved to be pretty popular among country music fans.

Kylie’s appealing country beats and her talent for recounting to a story all through her work helped her to increase a strong establishment whereupon she could fabricate a fruitful vocation on.

But, sadly, this was cut short.

Things don’t generally plan out how you need them to. Kylie should perform at the “Big Barn Dance” in Taos, New Mexico.

On her way there, the worst thing happened…

The nation artist was associated with a three-auto crash which prompted her passing just as the demise of an additional sixteen-year-old young lady who was in another vehicle.

The crash took place in the early hours of the evening…

While on State Road 522 in Taos County, a driver had furrowed into Kylie’s vehicle and the nation artist was murdered at the site. The other injured individual has not been named at this point. The other driver escaped with no wounds.

The Taos County Sheriff’s Office said:

“Two drivers – a 30-year-old woman and a 16-year-old girl – were killed and that the third driver escaped injury in the Wednesday night.”

They also exposed that there were “alcohol-related” symptoms that caused the accident.

Initially, none of the identities had been released until Kylie’s management released this statement:

In an announcement to Billboard, this is the thing that they stated: “We are shattered to affirm that Kylie Rae Harris passed away in a fender bender the previous evening. We have no further subtleties to share and request protection for her family as of now.”

“Everyone that knew Kylie knew how much she loved her family and, beyond that, how much she loved music.”

“The best tribute to her unmatched enthusiasm for both is to spread as much love as you can today, and listen to music that fully inspires you.”

Shortly before the accident, Kylie was active on her Instagram.

She posted on her Instagram tale about how being in Taos helped her to remember her youth. She had gone through the previous twenty years of her life going to and from the spot with her family.

She also added in there that she was “low on gas.”

In her last tweet, she wrote this: “Fuel range is 46 miles and I’m 36 from the nearest gas station. Dear baby Jesus please don’t let me get stranded in NM.”

Once the news reached the country music community, artists started leaving tributes.

Maren Morris, a fellow singer-songwriter posted this: “Damn. I just heard the news and I’m in shock. @kylierh, you have always been so sweet and supportive of me. You soulful voice and Texas beauty was always jaws-dropping, even when we were teenagers at the Larry Joe Taylor festival. Thinking of your family and your precious baby girl right now. Rest in peace.”

And Josh Abbott tweeted this:

He said: “The entire Texas music community hurts.”

What makes the situation all the more heartbreaking is that Kylie has a six-year-old daughter.

The singer dedicated a whole song to her daughter named “Twenty Years from Now.” In an interview with Billboard she expressed this: “I want to meet my kid’s kids. Getting to the age your parents were when you were a child brings a whole lot of perspective.”

Her fans have taken to social media to express their sadness at the sudden loss.

The posts have now lapsed from her Instagram story, so they can’t be seen any longer. Be that as it may, they have been screenshotted and spared by fans who wish to recollect her in her last minutes.

And many mothers’ hearts are broken today, too.

This client said she’s “embracing [her] young ladies extra tight today!”

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