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Country Musician Luke Bell Died At 32 After Going Missing in Arizona


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A young and promising talent in country music has passed away.

Luke Bell, a musician who was well-known for his traditional melodic sound, was discovered dead at the age of 32. His death has shocked the music community. It had been over a week since anyone had seen or heard from him in Arizona.

Musician Matt Kinman, who traveled to Tucson with Bell, tells Saving Country Music that after Wyoming,

“…we came down here to Arizona, to work down here, play some music, and he just took off. He was in the back of the truck. I went in to get something to eat. I came out, and he’d got out of the truck and left.”

Moreover, he said,

“He could be in Tucson. But it’s possible he jumped a freight train, and who knows where he’s going, If someone sees him, get him to a hospital immediately, get a hold of me, and we’ll come after him.”

The body of Bell was found on August 30 in Tucson, Arizona, according to the Tucson Police Department. The discovery was made close to the location where the missing person report for Bell had been filed on August 20.

Kinman, who had been caring for the artist for a number of years, claimed that Bell suffered from bipolar disorder and had recently changed the medication he took to control his condition. Kinman had been caring for the artist for a number of years. Although it has been suggested that the musician suffered from bipolar disorder, the medical examiner has not yet established this as the musician’s official cause of death.

Through a blog post on the website Saving Country Music, Matt Kinman, a close friend of Bell’s and a fellow musician, was the first person to confirm the news of Bell’s passing.


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