Queens of the Stone Age and Screaming Trees legend Mark Lanegan recently passed away at his home in Killarney, Ireland, on the morning of February 22, 2022. He was 57 when he breathed his last. The cause of death was not announced. Many musicians have paid their tributes to the late singer and Dylan Carlson is one of them.
He recently took to his Instagram account and posted a picture with Mark Lanegan. He went on to caption the post that read: “i’ll let the man’s words speak for themselves ‘that train i ride has left the station’ play on in the fields of the blest (thank you for the photo wes)”
Mark Lanegan’s widow expresses grief
Lanegan’s widow Shelley Brien commented on Carlson’s photo which featured Lanegan and Carlson. Here is what her comment read, “He loved you so much, I can’t believe he’s gone, my beautiful husband.” You can check out the screengrab of the comment below:
Lanegan was best known for his works as the lead singer of the grunge band Screaming Trees as well as a member of Queens of the Stone Age and The Gutter Twins.
His death was revealed in a Twitter statement on Tuesday (February 22nd) that said: “Our beloved friend Mark Lanegan passed away this morning at his home in Killarney, Ireland.”
“A beloved singer, songwriter, author, and musician he was 57 and is survived by his wife Shelley. No other information is available at this time. We ask Please respect the family privacy,” it continued.
Our beloved friend Mark Lanegan passed away this morning at his home in Killarney, Ireland. A beloved singer, songwriter, author and musician he was 57 and is survived by his wife Shelley. No other information is available at this time. We ask Please respect the family privacy
— mark lanegan (@marklanegan) February 22, 2022
Speaking about Shelley Brien, is a singer and songwriter who had collaborated with Mark on many of his songs and accompanied him on his tours. The pair married in the early 2000s. They lived in Los Angeles for many years but recently moved to County Kerry, Ireland in 2020 and this was the place where Lanegan breathed his last.