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Andy Grammer mourns Carley McCord after final post featured song lyric

Singer Andy Grammer paid tribute to sports activities reporter Carley McCord, calling her a “candy lady” after she died in a Louisiana aircraft crash shortly after she posted a lyric from one among his songs on social media.

The musician supplied his condolences to the 30-year-old’s household, which incorporates father-in-law Steven Ensminger, who’s a coach for Louisiana State College’s soccer crew.

“To the McCord household, I’m so sorry about your daughter,” Grammer stated in an Instagram video on Sunday. “I’m with you. I really like you.”

McCord had shared the lyrics to Grammer’s song “Hold Your Head Up” in her final Instagram post earlier than boarding the doomed flight from Lafayette Regional Airport.

She was heading with a bunch Saturday morning to the Peach Bowl in Georgia when the small plane crashed shortly after takeoff, killing 5 folks and critically injuring a sixth passenger, officers stated.

The information of her dying made its option to the 36-year-old singer who then shared a video of himself performing “Hold Your Head Up.”

“I simply opened Instagram to see {that a} candy lady had handed in a aircraft crash,” Grammer wrote on Instagram. “She was a fan and her final post in her story was a lyric to my song Hold your head up. We’re all so related.”

Carley McCord, who died in a Louisiana plane crash .
Carley McCord, who died in a Louisiana aircraft crash .Instagram

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