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Who was Kyle Jacobs Wiki, Biography, Age, Kellie Pickler’s Husband, Suicide, Net Wort, Facts

Kyle Jacobs Wiki, Biography

Kyle Christopher Jacobs (June 26, 1973 – February 17, 2023) was an American country music songwriter, vocalist, guitarist, pianist, as well as a staff writer for Curb Music from 2003 until his death in 2023. Jacobs wrote music on piano and guitar. His hometown is Bloomington, Minnesota.

Jacobs was the co-writer on Garth Brooks’ single, “More Than a Memory,” which became the first song to debut at number one on Billboard’s Country Singles chart. In addition to sharing author rights of Kimberley Locke’s Top 10 hit, “8th World Wonder,” Jacobs’ songs have been recorded by artists such as Trace Adkins, Jo Dee Messina, Craig Morgan, Tim McGraw, Kellie Pickler (his wife), Clay Walker, Kelly Clarkson, Scotty McCreery, and many others. Jacobs had also collaborated with top writers and artists, including Darius Rucker, Rachel Thibodeau, and Wynonna. Jacobs starred alongside Kellie Pickler in the CMT reality series I Love Kellie Pickler.

Kyle Jacobs Age

Kyle Jacobs was 49 years old.

Kyle Jacobs Family

On June 23, 2010, country music star Kellie Pickler announced her engagement to Jacobs, who proposed to her after two and a half years of dating on June 15, 2010, her late grandmother’s birthday, while on a beach at sunset. Pickler and Jacobs were married on January 1, 2011. Jacobs was also part of the founding of UTEC (United Teens Encounter Christ) in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota where he played in the music team.

Kyle Jacobs Cause of Death – Suicide

Jacobs died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in Nashville, Tennessee on February 17, 2023, at age 49.

 

Kellie Pickler’s husband has died in what authorities believe is a suicide. He was 49. The Nashville Police Department confirms in a statement shared with PEOPLE that the Department of Emergency Communications was alerted to a home on Friday at 1:21 p.m. local time.

Police and the Nashville Fire Department arrived at the location and found the songwriter “deceased from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound,” they said in the statement.

“His death is being investigated as an apparent suicide.”

The Dancing with the Stars alum, 36, told authorities that she woke up shortly before but couldn’t find Jacobs. She and her personal assistant called the police after they couldn’t open the door to a room in the house, according to the statement.

In his final Instagram post shared the day before his death, Jacobs celebrated a career win and shared a photo that announced Lee Brice’s Hey World becoming certified platinum. “Platinum?! SWEEEET!!! An amazing crew of incredibly talented peeps put this one together…Deeply honored to be a creative part of it…Thank you Jesus!!!” he captioned the special moment.

Jacobs relocated from Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Nashville in 2000, according to Music City Hitmakers. He notably penned Garth Brooks’ 2007 hit “More Than A Memory and Tim McGraw’s “Still.” He has also worked with well-known artists like Kelly Clarkson, Randy Travis, Scott McCreery, Josh Kelley, and Clay Walker. Throughout his career, Jacobs won a CMA Award, an ACM Award, and was nominated for a Grammy Award.

Pickler and Jacobs wed in a surprise ceremony on Jan. 1, 2011. They do not share any children. The couple, who had been dating since 2008, got engaged on June 15, 2010, when Jacobs popped the question on a Florida beach. “It was the most spiritual moment.” Pickler, who got her start on American Idol, said of the proposal. “We would’ve gotten married that night had there been a preacher walking by!”

Days after getting married, Pickler tweeted, “Private Island. Caribbean. Cigar in one hand, Rum in the other. Someone just called me “Mrs. Jacobs.”….sounds nice :)”

If you or someone you know is considering suicide, please contact the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by dialing 988, text “STRENGTH” to the Crisis Text Line at 741741 or go to 988lifeline.org.

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