Renowned Vocalist And Musician Mark Lanegan Is Dead (Aged 57)

    Renowned Vocalist And Musician Mark Lanegan Is Dead (Aged 57)
    Renowned Vocalist And Musician Mark Lanegan Is Dead (Aged 57)

    Renowned Vocalist And Musician Mark Lanegan Is Dead (Aged 57)

    Renowned Vocalist And Musician Mark Lanegan Is Dead (Aged 57)

    Legendary American Singer, songwriter and musician Mark Lanegan dies at the age of 57.

    Lanegan died at his home in Killarney, Ireland, according to a statement on his Twitter and Facebook pages. His demise is unknown. Lanegan is best known as the main singer of the rock band Screaming Trees and a member of Queens of the Stone Age.

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    ABOUT: Mark Lanegan

    Lanegan was born in Ellensburg, Washington, and founded Screaming Trees in 1984. The band quickly established itself as a crucial element in Seattle’s grunge era.

    His tenure with Queens of the Stone Age began in the late 1990s, when he provided lead vocals on the band’s second album Rated R, before joining the band full time.

    Vocalist And Musician Mark Lanegan Is Dead (Aged 57)

    He would go on to perform on the band’s 2002 and 2005 releases before departing the band but appeared on later records.

    Lanegan also had a successful solo career, producing 12 albums between 1990 and 2020 and authoring five books. He recently published a memoir, Devil in a Coma, in which he detailed his near-death experience with COVID-19 in March 2021 in Ireland.

    Lanegan spent over six weeks in the hospital and said that the sickness came dangerously close to killing him. “This creature was attempting to wreck me physically and mentally, and I saw no end in sight,” he wrote.

    On Facebook, Screaming Trees paid respect to their previous lead vocalist.

    Vocalist And Musician Mark Lanegan Is Dead (Aged 57)

    “He was our true brother and we all truly loved him,” the band wrote.

    “Remember he still lives with us all in his music.”

    Australian musician Warren Ellis, who collaborated with Lanegan on his 2020 album Straight Songs of Sorrow, paid tribute to the musician on Twitter.

    Musicians from around the world have also taken to social media to remember Lanegan, including Manic Street Preachers, Iggy Pop and Garbage.

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