Singer Luke Bell died
Tucson Police Division Officer Frank Magos confirmed to the media on Tuesday. The singer was found dead on August 26 in Tucson, Arizona. Bell, previously reported missing, was found near the spot where he had gone missing, the Tucson PD told the New York Post.
In addition, a spokesman for the Pima County Medical Examiner’s workplace confirmed to the media that they had obtained Bell’s body. The investigation is ongoing, and no further details are available at this time.
The Cody, Wyoming, native was a former farm hand and took “only a few years of schooling” at Laramie before pursuing his singing career, according to Bell’s Spotify bio. The artist launched her self-titled debut album in 2012, and described her sound as “a little bit respectable tonk and a little bit Texas, Bakersfield and classic Nashville with a good dash” according to Bio.
After dropping his sophomore album, “Don’t Think If I Do” in 2014, he would open to acts such as Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam and Hank Williams Jr. Bell launched his final single, “Jealous Man”. 2021.
In an interview with The Boot, Bell said that becoming a singer was “a big deal.”
“At the time, completely. It was actually a completely different path; there are no musicians in my house,” he directed the publication in 2016. “School wasn’t really doing it for me, and I was looking for a fair platform that could be taught, and music was that.”
As far as figuring out his drive and being on the road, he said, “I live in the day, and I rely on a smile. That’s it.”
“Life is not that dangerous. The shortcoming, in some ways, is that I don’t have a wife and kids, but at the same time, it is quite right now,” he said. “I just travel to different cities and I hang out with different people.”