who was Daniel Sahad and how did he die? Nané, the lead singer of the Austin band Nané, died at the age of 29. Even though it is April, news of musical vocalists’ deaths continues to circulate. We keep hearing news of popular singers or musical performers one after the other. Daniel Sahad is a new name that has been added to this list. He was the lead singer of the Austin band Nane when he died at the age of 29. According to reports, Nane, an Austin-based funk/soul band, died on the evening of Sunday, April 10th, 2022. The band, who announced Sahad’s demise on Instagram on the 11th of April 2022 Monday, has formally confirmed his death.
Who was Daniel Sahad?
The statement reads “It is with immense sadness that we reveal that our chief, Daniel Sahad, died last night. Please allow his family and friends the time they needed to grieve the loss. We thank you all.” The passing of Sahad occurs three days after Nane performed on the stage at City Hall at the time of intermission during the Austin City Council meeting of the week before. In Austin, Economic Development Corporation named the 7th day of April April 7 as 2022 “Nane Day” in Austin.
Daniel Sahad Death Cause
The band was preparing for several summer and spring concerts which included an appearance at the Float Fest in Gonzales. Since his death news was announced on the internet, all social media platforms expressed condolences and expressed their sympathy and thoughts for the grieving family. Austin mayor Steve Adler commented on the death of Sahad on Monday.
The statement he issued reads “City Council was delighted to see live music returning in the chambers this week for the first time since before the pandemic. Nane was a perfect choice. It’s a piece of very sad news. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Daniel’s family Daniel and the group today.” Meanwhile, messages of support came into the tributes for Sahad an emerging star in music in Austin musical scene.
How did Daniel Sahad die?
“We are extremely heartbroken to hear the tragic news about Daniel Sahad from Austin’s own Nané,” one Twitter user commented. He will be greatly missed. “Rest in peace, he.”
In the year 2016, Sahad and Ian Green (guitarist) founded the cover band Nane while attending UT Austin. According to the band’s website, the two began writing unique tunes almost immediately. Nane published their debut self-titled full-length record, a 10-track LP engineered by Adrian Quesada of Black Pumas, during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The singer who is the lead of Nene will be remembered by many as a warm soul with a huge voice, an impressive artist who was able to connect with viewers and listeners.