Jerry Greer, the son of country artist Craig Morgan, was discovered dead in the waters of Kentucky Lake in Humphreys County, Tennessee, authorities affirmed late Monday.
The search for Greer had gone from rescue to recuperation, after the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency got military-grade sonar to pursuit Kentucky Lake today.
Jerry Greer, 19, never reemerged after a tubing mischance there on Sunday evening.
In an announcement by means of his marketing expert, Morgan, a blue grass music craftsman whose full name is Craig Morgan Greer, said his "family is appreciative for everybody's backing and supplications and solicitations protection amid this troublesome time."
The youngster as of late moved on from Dickson County High School in the Tennessee town where his dad was raised.
Morgan, 51, is best known for his hit singles "That is What I Love About Sunday," "Global Harvester" and "Blaze."
The artist, who frequently performs on army installations in the United States and abroad, is a father of four.