Nolan Neal’s cousin, Dylan Seals, claimed that Neil “finally succumbed to the fight against substance abuse.” Singer Nolan Neal, best known for appearing on “America’s Got Talent” and “The Voice,” has died at the age of 41. On July 18, the singer’s roommate found him dead in the bedroom of his Nashville apartment.
What was the cause of Nolan Neil’s death?
This information was confirmed by Dylan Seals, a relative of Nolan Neal and the coroner of Nashville. According to some accounts, Neal’s bedside workbench had guitar picks that “appeared to contain powdery residue,” but the exact cause of his death has not yet been determined after an autopsy. Nolan Neil spoke candidly about his fight against addiction and substance abuse. Seals said in an interview that his cousin “eventually succumbed to the fight against substance abuse.”
Nolan Neil was not drunk at the time and had no drugs.
Before the pandemic, audio engineer Seals lived with his musical cousin. According to Seals’ account, Neal was not drunk at the time and was not on drugs. Neal was first noticed when he auditioned for season 15 of “The Voice” in 2016. The talented vocalist got a place on mentor Adam Levine’s team thanks to his heartfelt performance of Incubus’ “Drive”. Sadly, Neal’s journey ended with a defeat in a knockout round.
Nolan Neal has been candid about his struggle with addiction.
Neal spoke openly about his addiction problems in an interview with WBIR, and even admitted to binge drinking while competing for ‘Voice’. He said, “I got lost while watching ‘Voice’ and kept drinking. I see it. I know it. He continued, “I remember going to rehab on May 15, 2010, on a clean day. I kept it tidy. I joined the group Hinder because they loved drinking and having fun. Their fault isn’t in this. They decided to act as usual while drinking. I remember trying to be typical and harmonious. . I can still imagine going to the bar and drinking. I tried to cover up. I remember trying to look normal. I was tricking myself into thinking I had control.