Luke Bell: 5 Things to Know About Country Star After He Dies at 32

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Luke Bell, a rising country music singer from Wyoming, has died at age 32. According to Tucson Police, the genius was already found dead in AZ on August 29th, after being reported missing on August 20th. department. His friend and fellow country singer, Matt Kinman, also confirmed the “heartbreaking” news Saving Country Music.

Learn more about Luke and his life below.

He decided to pursue a music career when he was in college. Starring Luke Bell. (Luke Bell Music/YouTube)

Luke was attending the University of Wyoming but decided to drop out and move to Austin, TX to pursue country music. He would perform at several honky-tonks and saloons in the area until a brief stint in New Orleans, LA. boots. He went to Wyoming before moving to Nashville, TN, the US capital

Luke’s big break came when he was signed by Thirty Tigers in 2016 and released his self-titled album a year later. He gained nationwide recognition.

Luke has opened for many legendary country stars.

His newfound fame and success allowed him to support many big names over the years, including Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Hayes Carl, boots More have been reported. Despite the incredible opportunities, Luke remained humble and took his career forward day by day.

“Honestly, I live day by day, and I count smiles,” Bell said to say boots In a 2016 interview.

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