Chris Daughtry Halts Upcoming Tour Dates in the Wake of Daughter's Sudden Death
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25-year-old Hannah was found dead in her Nashville home on November 12 by the Nashville Police Department and the 'investigation into this tragic death is still ongoing.'

AceShowbiz - Chris Daughtry is mourning the death of his daughter Hannah. The musician, who was on his concert tour when he learned of the passing, flew back home to be with his family. He also announced postponement of his upcoming tour dates.

"Due to the unexpected death of Chris and Deanna Daughtry's daughter, Hannah, all currently scheduled shows for the coming week for Daughtry have been postponed," a rep for the singer said in a statement to PEOPLE on Friday, November 12. "The Daughtry family thanks you for your understanding and respectfully asks for privacy during this very difficult time.

The statement continued, "Further details will be made available at a later date. The investigation into this tragic death is still ongoing."

Hannah was found dead in her Nashville home Friday by the Nashville Police Department. The 25-year-old and her brother Griffin were Deanna's children prom a previous relationship. As for Chris and Deanna, the couple shares twins Adalynn Rose and Noah James (10).

Chris kicked off his "Dearly Beloved" tour on November 3 with a stop at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. The singer, who came in fourth place on the fifth season of "American Idol", later continued his tour by traveling to Providence, Rhode Island; Portland, Maine; Niagara Falls, New York and Syracuse, New York. He and his band were initially set to make its sixth stop Friday night in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

"The #Dearlybeloved tour is going strong and off to a great start! Loving every night! So grateful to be on stage again! Thank you to everyone who's come out and rocked with us so far!!!! To everyone else: See you soon!!!" so Chris wrote on Instagram earlier this month alongside a picture of his performance.

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