Country singer Jeff Carson, who topped the charts with 1995 single “Not on Your Love,” has died. He was 58.
Carson died of a coronary heart assault at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee, publicist Jeremy Westby advised The Hollywood Reporter on Saturday.
Born Jeffrey Lee Herndon in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Dec. 16, 1963, he received his begin singing in church. He later moved to Branson, Missouri, the place he wrote songs and carried out domestically earlier than heading to Nashville.
Carson landed a take care of Curb Records in 1995, together with his single “Yeah Buddy” launched quickly thereafter and giving the performer his first tune on the charts. Next up that very same 12 months was “Not on Your Love,” which hit No. 1.
Subsequent single “The Car” additionally cracked the highest 5 and earned Carson the Academy of Country Music Award for video of the 12 months.
(*58*) a profession that included three studio albums and 14 singles on the Billboard charts, Carson stepped away from the music enterprise in 2009 and began a brand new profession as a regulation enforcement officer. He remained a member of the Franklin Police Department in Williamson County, Tennessee, till his loss of life.
More lately, Carson had returned to music, inking a take care of MC1 Nashville and releasing a brand new model of beforehand recorded tune “God Save The World” in 2019. He had since signed with Encore Music Group and was working on music with such vocalists as Michael Ray and Darryl Worley.
He is survived by spouse Kim Cooper Carson, son Dayton Grei Herndon Carson and different relations.