Singer Daron Norwood Dead At 49
July 23, 2015 at 10:13 AM (PT)
ALL ACCESS extends sympathies to family and friends of singer DARON NORWOOD, who died YESTERDAY (7/22) following a heart attack while in TEXAS. He was 49.
NORWOOD was signed to GIANT RECORDS in 1993 and went on to release a pair of albums. His self-titled, debut effort yielded two singles which charted inside the top 40, "If It Wasn’t For Her, I Wouldn’t Have You,” and "Cowboys Don't Cry." He left the music business in 1995, citing an alcohol addiction. After a successful recovery, he became a motivational speaker. No information yet on services.