At the age of 32, celebrated singer-songwriter Luke Bell passed away. Saving Country Music confirmed the news. Kinman reports that Bell previously suffered from bipolar disorder. A recent change to his medication may have caused this man’s disappearance. A fentanyl overdose caused Luke Bell’s death.
What Happened to Luke Bell?
Bell’s family and close friends announced Thursday that they were “heartbroken” over his passing. Throughout his life, Luke displayed a generous heart, a wanderer’s spirit, and a musical gift that he shared with the world and us.
We are so grateful for the love his friends and fans have shown for Luke and his music,” the statement reads. Luke’s friends, family, and fans have shared stories and photos of happy times. We appreciate your support.
According to the statement, Bell suffered from mental illness following his father’s death in 2015. Throughout his illness, Luke was supported by a community of loving family and friends.
The cause of death of Luke Bell:
Luke Bell, a country singer who went missing, died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl.
Who is Luke Bell?
Luke Bell hails from Wyoming. He formed his first band while attending the University of Wyoming. He dropped out of college to pursue his musical dreams and frequently performed in honky-tonks throughout Austin, such as the White Horse.
Accidental overdose? That is a weird chose of words. Does anyone OD on purpose? Isn’t that called suicide?
“Country singer Luke Bell died of accidental drug overdose, medical examiner says”
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As a result, he developed relationships with many other emerging alt-country talents. He occasionally performed with the local house band Santa’s Ice Cold Pickers at Santa’s Pub, one of the city’s favorite dive bars and karaoke spots.
The debut album released by Bell on Thirty Tigers was met with widespread critical acclaim. In addition to Alabama Shakes, Margo Price, and Langhorne Slim, he worked with Nashville producer Andrija Tokic.