The post, shared on the Warren Brothers' account, shares the news of Sage's death and announces details of his visitation and funeral service, both taking place on Saturday May 23. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing requirements will be in place during the service.
Sage was born on September 6, 1998, He was a 2017 graduate of Father Ryan High School, a private Catholic school in Nashville where he played football, baseball and basketball. At this time, Sage's cause of death is still unknown, however the obituary says that he died on Monday (May 18).
The Warren family is asking those who wish to make donations in honor of Sage to consider Porter's Call, which provides emotional counseling or support to members of the music community or MusiCares a resource for health, financial and rehabilitation services to those in the music industry.
Sage is the oldest of three siblings. He is survived by his younger brothers, his father, Brad, and his mother, Michelle.
The Warren Brothers, consisting of Brad and his brother Brett, have been songwriters in Nashville since the mid-1990s. Over the years, they've written Toby Keith's "Red Solo Cup," Tim McGraw's "Highway Don't Care," Dierks Bentley's "Feel That Fire" and more.
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