Country Music stalwart Daryle Singletary died unexpectedly at his home in Lebanon, Tenn. on Monday morning (Feb. 12). He was 46. Born March 10, 1971 in Cairo, Ga. Singletary was originally managed by Randy Travis' then-wife and manager, Elizabeth Hatcher-Travis. Travis co-produced his first album.

In early 1995 the Georgia-native charted his first single, “I’m Living Up to Her Low Expectations.” It peaked at No. 39. His next single, “I Let Her Lie,” went all the way to No. 2. Over the next seven years Singletary charted 12 more songs, two of which made the Top 5, “Too Much Fun” and “Amen Kind of Love.”

No cause of death has been announced.