Country artists react to the death of Bob Saget: “Completely sorry” | Big Country Music News

Eric Ryan Anderson

The country music community honors Bob saget following his death.

The beloved comedian and Full house The star was found dead in her hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando, Fla., On Sunday. He was 65 years old. No cause of death was released, but police said there was no sign of foul play or mishap.

Jordan Davis, Cole Swindell and Mickey guyton are among those who have taken to social media to share their grief. “Damn… RIP @ bobsaget… This is sad,” Jordan wrote on Twitter.

“Completely sorry for Bob Saget. Sending love to his family”, add Mickey, with a heartbroken emoji.

Mitchell tenpenny shared a personal story of when he and Jimmie allen met Saget when he hosted the CMT show Nashville Squares in 2019. “He was so nice to us and most of all very funny. He took longer to make us feel special and I’ll never forget him,” Mitchell wrote, alongside a photo of the three on set. . “RIP to a caption.”

Cole also shared a photo of himself posing with Saget, sharing on Instagram Stories: “So sad to hear the news. You never know… hard to believe. I think of all of his family and friends tonight. . ”

During this time, Travis Denning reflected on Saget’s impact on his childhood as Patriarch Danny Tanner on Full house. “RIP Bob Saget. Full house was so much a part of my upbringing, so were a million others, “Travis said.

In addition to its role of escape on Full house Aired on ABC from 1987 to 1995, Saget was the longtime host of America’s Funniest Home Videos from 1989 to 1997. He was in the middle of a stand-up comedy tour when he passed away.

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