Country Singer Luke Bell, 32, Found Dead a Week After Reported Missing

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More than a week after he was reported missing in Arizona, country singer Luke Bell was found dead in Tucson on Monday (August 29). Bell, the Arizona Daily Star reported.

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32, found dead near the area where he was reported missing, the cause of death was not available at press time. USA Today reported that the Tucson Police Department confirmed Bell's death.

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Born in Lexington, Kentucky and raised in Cody, Wyoming, Bell released his first full-length album on the bandcamp, Don't Mind If I Do, in 2014 and later signed on to the Thirty Tigers label.

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Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, home to Greensky Bluegrass, Amanda Shayers and Lucinda Williams. His traditionalist Tonk is best known for his native tunes "Where or Bean?"

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"The Bullfighter" from his 2016 self-titled Thirty Tigers-distributed debut on Bill Hill, Bell's most recent release was a Twingy 2021 cover of John Lennon's 1971 saga "Jealous Guy."

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Close friend and fellow country singer Matt Kinman, who said he was with Bell recently and had been taking care of the singer for 6 years, reportedly told Saving Country Music.

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In a 2016 interview with the Los Angeles Times, Bell said he was a singer/singer like John Prine before moving to Austin, Texas, and coming to Tejano for a few years. were inspired by lyricists.

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"Then I went to New Orleans. I was there only for six months. I was living in a molding trailer that smelled of bleach in the lower ninth ward. It was tough," he said.

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Bell's spokesman, his label, and the Tucson Police Department had not returned requests for additional comment at press time. Among the payers was Margo Price.

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