The former child prodigy Chris Trousdale, one of the founding members of the boy band Dream Street , died at the age of 34. The announcement was made by his manager that on the social of the singer confirmed the news without giving the reasons for the disappearance of the man: “it Is reluctantly that we confirm the death of Chris Trousdale, June 2, 2020, of an illness that is not disclosed we read in the note from the manager Amanda Stephan -. It was a light to many people and will miss him greatly to his family, friends, and fans around the world. Although it is as if Chris belongs a bit to all of us, the family asks that you respect their privacy in these days of grieving.. If you would like to make a donation in his honor do so to the Aspca (an american association in defence of animals, ed)”.
The success with Dream Street
Before the explosion of its popularity with the Dream Street, Trousdale had started his career on Broadway as an actor in productions such as “les miserables” and “The sound of music”. A child prodigy, practically, a role confirmed when he became a member of the boy band – it was 1999 – and was attended until 2002 when the band broke up, not without having released songs like “It Happens Every Time” and “I Say Yeah”. The band, formed by Jesse McCartney, Greg Raposo, Matt Ballinger and Frankie Galasso was the tour with such artists as Britney Spears and Aaron Carter, as also noted by CNN.
The attempt with The Voice
In 2012 ritentò the paper of the music, introducing himself to The Voice, when one of the judges there were also Christina Aguilera and Adam Levine: “it Is very difficult to move on from the huge success and the do what you love every day to do absolutely nothing,” he said in that occasion, even if it was not the hearings, although this did not prevent him from continuing to publish music, the last of which “Summer” was last summer. “It hurts me to know that Chris Trousdale, my old friend who dates back to the first steps in the music industry is dead due to complications from Covid-19,” wrote former bandmate McCartney, although the news of the coronavirus do not find the official confirmation of the family. “Chris was the most popular among us, able to attract every eye towards what he was doing on stage.”