Chris Daughtry, leader of his namesake band, has postponed the remainder...

Chris Daughtry, leader of his namesake band, has postponed the remainder of his current tour, including a date at Huntington's Paramount. Credit: Bruce Gilbert

After some uncertainty in the immediate wake of his daughter being found dead Friday, Chris Daughtry and his namesake rock band have officially postponed the remainder of their current tour, which extended into January. This includes the show scheduled for Wednesday at The Paramount in Huntington.

Paramount marketing director Adam Ellis shared a communication Monday night from the band, saying, "In light of recent events, Daughtry's Dearly Beloved Tour will be rescheduling the remainder of this year's shows into early 2022. Please hold on to your tickets as new dates will be announced in the coming days."

The message added, "Chris and his family appreciate all the love and support our fans have shown during this difficult time. We thank you for your understanding and look forward to seeing you again on the road." The same message appears on the band's website and social media.

The tour page on the band's site shows postponement of all remaining U.S. shows through the Hard Rock Live in Orlando, Florida, on Dec. 17. The one remaining American date on the tour, Seven Feathers Casino in Canyonville, Oregon, on Jan. 15, remains on the schedule, as do two concerts at a German a weekend festival in June, and one at a U.K. festival later that month.

Hannah Price, the 25-year-old daughter of Daughtry's wife Deanna, one of her two young children when the couple married in 2000, was found dead Friday at her home in Fentress County, Tennessee. On the band's social media Saturday, four-time Grammy nominee Daughtry, 41, wrote, "I am still processing the last 24 hours. I am absolutely devastated and heartbroken. I just recently in the last week lost my mother to cancer but I was blessed with the chance to say goodbye and I was processing it privately. We never got to say goodbye to our precious Hannah and it's another huge hit to our family. … Hannah, I love you and I miss you. I wish I could hold you. This hurts so deeply."

Deanna Daughtry on her Instagram account wrote in part, "We are awaiting the autopsy results to determine how Hannah sustained the injuries that caused her death." Local law enforcement is investigating the death.

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