Dion Neuble is the devastated husband of late reality show contestant, Janice Freeman who died over the weekend, she was 33-years-old.
Dion’s singer wife is said to have had an extreme case of pneumonia and that a blood clot had traveled to her heart. According to reports, Dion, performed CPR until an ambulance took her to a local hospital, where she died on Saturday. She successfully battled cervical cancer had been fighting lupus in recent years.
Janice Freeman was born June 9, 1985; the Covina, California native is best remembered for trying out and appearing on the NBC singing competition show “The Voice” back in 2017 during season 13.
She gained notoriety through her success on the show as a member of Miley Cyrus’ team. Freeman earned her spot after wowing judges with a powerful rendition of “Radioactive” by Imagine Dragons. Both Miley Cyrus and Jennifer Hudson offered her a spot on their teams after hearing her sing in the blind auditions phase of the show. She made it to the top 11 before she was eliminated.
Janice is survived by her husband Dion Neuble and her daughter Hannah.
Like Janice, Dion Neuble is also into the music world, he is a drummer and the he kept supportive of her career.
Dion Neuble who has been active since the 90’s has a number of credits as a drummer. He has collaborated with artists such as Cedric Jones, Daz Dillinger, Ruben Studdard, Kenny Smith, Broderick Rice, Alaska Mass Choir and The Greater Walters of Chicago.
According to All Music, he appears in the albums He Can Do Anything (1998), Right Now God (2001), Get Yo Laugh On (2002), Last Days (2004), I Need An Angel (2004), Samplin’ To The Beat Of The Drum (2005) and Heart Of David (2007).
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