Mark Lanegan Death Cause : How did Mark Lanegan Die ?

By | February 23, 2022

 

Mark Lanegan , the lead lead vocalist for the proto-grunge band Screaming Trees passed away this morning at his home in Killarney, Ireland.

Lanegan, who followed a long stint as lead vocalist for the proto-grunge band Screaming Trees with a distinguished career as an impassioned solo singer-songwriter, has died at age 57.

His death was announced on social media by handlers of his social media page.

Who is Mark Lanegan

Mark William Lanegan was an American singer, songwriter, author, and musician. First becoming prominent as the lead singer for Screaming Trees, he was also known as a member of Queens of the Stone Age and The Gutter Twins. Wikipedia
DiedFebruary 22, 2022, Killarney, Ireland Trending
BornNovember 25, 1964, Ellensburg, WA
Height6′ 2″
Also known asDark Mark
Music groupsScreaming Trees (1985 – 2000),

Mark Lanegan Cause of Death.

We have no information at the moment on Mark Lanegan cause of death . A cause of death was not announced, although last year he was said to be suffering from Covid-19 and kidney disease

Tributes.

The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy ofMark Lanegan.

Donal Logue is in Killarney : A couple of years ago, Mark Lanegan called and said he was leaving the States for Portugal, but that he and Shelley had to quarantine in Ireland first for a couple of weeks and their place had fallen through.

I suggested they stay at our house in Kerry. They ended up loving Kerry so much, they moved there. After setting up shop, Mark sent me this pic of his set up in our living room. It gave me a ton of joy to be able to share the place with two people I love so much. Mark was incredibly prolific in that house. He made music, wrote heaps of poems, and drank copious amounts of tea in Mike and Betty’s sitting room overlooking the lakes.

The world is less a massive heart today. I am so grateful I got to call him my friend and tell him that I loved him.

Mick O’Keeffe : The most authentic voice in music since Johnny Cash. Have everything he ever made since discovering The Screaming Trees at Reading Festival in the early 90s. Both the autobiography and recent ‘Devil In A Coma’ are fascinating reads. A true rock and roll outlaw. RIP

Rachael Anderson : Such sad news Dave, you were so honoured to know and work with him.
I was lucky enough to see him live twice, an inspiration both with his music and writing.
I will miss him too .

Dan Rothschild : I saw Lanegan in Leeds a couple of times. An incredible voice and lyricist. Still have to read his biography which is meant to be amazing.

Christopher Horner : Its astonishing how many singular and sublime vocalists emerged during the late 80’s to the early 90’s from the PNW.

Kevin Greenberg : Saw him perform solo at an old church in San Francisco, Noe Valley Ministry. Sat like 5 feet away. Absolutely blown away. What a loss…

Daniel Belo : Thank you for those meaningful words, Barrett Martin. They help mellow the sadness that took over my heart, and the hearts of the many Mark touched with his art. My sincere condolences for your loss.

Monica Corsaro :
Beautifully said all, especially “in his own words” A tribute of tributes from a brother by choice, love, love, love.

Norma Bretton : Condolences to you and his family. I am still in shock, having grown up in the 90s screaming trees is part of my musical soundtrack and I’m sad to hear such an amazing talent is now gone. May he rest in peace.

Debbie Anderson : I’m so sorry to hear that he has passed. I saw him at the Noe Valley Ministry in San Francisco years ago, it was one of my favorite concerts ever. Thanks for the songs Mark, they will live on. My condolences to his friends and family.

Sean Altrui : Barrett, dude… I’m not sure where you find the words you do to describe people, places, and things. But once again, you fail to disappoint. It’s a wonderful tribute and sendoff, with honesty and truth to it. Much like Lanegan expressed himself over the years. I’m glad you guys came together in the trees, one of my favorites of all time. Tough day that’s for sure.

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