Luke Bell dead at 32: The country star’s body was found in Tucson a WEEK after he was reported missing

Country star Luke Bell died aged 32 when his body was found in Tucson more than a WEEK after he was reported missing

Country star Luke Bell has died at the age of 32 after his body was found in Tucson, Arizona after he was first reported missing a week ago.

Bell’s cause of death has yet to be released, but police confirmed the Glory and the Grace singer’s body was found nine days after his last visit and the investigation is ongoing, reports The Sun.

Saving Country Music reported Monday that the Hold Me singer’s friends were concerned for him because he hadn’t been seen or heard from since August 20.

Mourning: The country music world mourns the loss of Luke Bell, who has passed away at the age of 32. No cause of death was released

Mourning: The country music world mourns the loss of Luke Bell, who has passed away at the age of 32. No cause of death was released

According to musician Matt Kinman, who was traveling to Tucson with Bell, “We came down here to Arizona to work, to make music, and he just fled. He was in the back of the truck. I went in to get something to eat. I came out and he had gotten out of the truck and driven away.’

Bell suffered from bipolar disorder and, according to Kinman, who has cared for the artist for several years, the medication he was taking to control his condition had recently changed.

Mourning fans posted condolence comments such as, “Rest in pieces Mr. Rattle Snake Man,” “So so sad, his light was burning so bright but too fast,” and “Gone way too soon, I hope you’ve found peace” on Bell’s social networks media.

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Missing: The “Hold Me” crooner was last seen on August 20 in Tucson, Arizona, according to musician and caretaker Matt Kinman

Luke Bell was born on January 27, 1990 in Lexington, Kentucky and grew up in Cody, Wyoming.

After graduating from high school in 2008, Bell moved to Laramie for college and began performing in a local bar band. A chance meeting with singer-songwriter Pat Reedy sparked the idea of ​​making music, according to an interview with Saving Country Music.

The aspiring musician then relocated to Austin, Texas, where he honed his skills at Hole in the Wall Bar and met the likes of Mike and the Moonpies, Leo Rondeau and Ramsey Midwood.

Bipolar: The Glory and the Grace singer suffered from bipolar disorder and, according to Kinman, his medication recently changed

Bipolar: The Glory and the Grace singer suffered from bipolar disorder and, according to Kinman, his medication recently changed

The struggling singer eventually made it to Nashville and released his self-titled debut album in 2012.

A review by Wyoming Public Media called it “an excellent mix of old Southern country, light-hearted bluegrass and dramatic, soulful blues”.

This was followed by the full-length Don’t Mind If I Do in 2014. Bell’s last album, titled Luke Bell, was released in 2016, around the time he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder.

Albums: The Loretta singer-songwriter has released three well-received albums over the course of his career, starting with his self-titled debut in 2012, followed by Don't Mind If I Do in 2014 and another album called Luke Bell in 2016

Albums: The Loretta singer-songwriter has released three well-received albums over the course of his career, starting with his self-titled debut in 2012, followed by Don’t Mind If I Do in 2014 and another album called Luke Bell in 2016

The last concert of the Loretta artist took place in August 2017 at the Equiblues Festival in Saint Agrève, France.

The video from the performance is the last post he made on Instagram.

The singer and songwriter went on to make music. His last single Jealous Guy was released in 2021.

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