Luke Bell, a singer-songwriter, passed away at the age of 32.
On August 20, the missing country music star was originally reported in Arizona. When he vanished, he was with his close buddy, musician Matt Kinman.
On Monday, August 29, the singer was found “not far from where he vanished.”
Saving Country Music received a confirmation from Kinman. He admitted to the publication that Bell suffered from severe bipolar disorder.
Bell’s mental health appeared to have improved as a result of medicine and therapy years after she almost completely disappeared from the public eye.
“Luke’s mental state, however, lately deteriorated when he was in the West. He fled while Matt Kinman went to have a bite to eat while they were in Tucson “the newspaper reported.
An official cause of death has not yet been revealed.
With the release of his debut album “Don’t Mind if I Do” in 2014, Bell created a stir in the country music community. In 2016, he inked a record deal with Thirty Tigers. He released his self-titled album later that year to rave reviews. He discussed tuning out the noise on his ascent to fame while marketing the album.
At the Memphis, Tennessee-based Ameripolitan Awards in 2018, he took up the Best Honky Tonk Male honor.