Nation musician Luke Bell, who went lacking earlier this month, has been discovered useless, in line with officer Frank Magos from the Tucson Police Division. He was 32.
Bell, who launched his first studio album in 2012, was “discovered within the 5500 block of E. Grant Highway in Midtown Tucson,” in line with Magos.
“The investigation is on-going in the meanwhile,” Magos stated.
Bell’s supervisor, Neill Smith, instructed CNN when reached that he didn’t “have any extra info to supply.”
Bell, a singer-songwriter from Cody, Wyoming, was reported lacking by associates greater than per week in the past.
Throughout his profession, Bell, recognized for songs like “The place Ya Been?” and “Generally,” opened for acts like Dwight Yoakam and Hayes Carll.
Singer-songwriter Kelsey Waldon tweeted upon information of Bell’s passing: “I’ve been heartbroken to listen to concerning the passing of Luke Bell. A bunch of us met in Nashville after we had been so younger and obsessive about nation music – these years had been so formative. He was extraordinarily gifted & particular. Go take heed to Luke at the moment. Relaxation In Peace now, previous pal.”