Country vocalist Luke Bell passed on because of an incidental fentanyl glut, the clinical inspector said.
A bystander tracked down Chime, 32, the vocalist of “Where Ya Been?” dead in a concealed region of a parking garage in Tucson, Arizona, on Aug. 26, authorities said. Drug stuff was likewise found at the scene.
“Regarding the realized conditions encompassing this demise, the accessible clinical history, and the assessment of the remaining parts, the reason for death is credited to fentanyl inebriation,” the Pima Province Clinical Analyst’s Office said in a report delivered Monday.
“The way of death is mishap.”
Chime, a Cody, Wyoming, local, had been a farm hand and had spent “a couple of long periods of school” in Laramie before he sought after his melodic profession, as per a Spotify bio.
He delivered a self-named debut collection in 2012 and portrayed his sound as “a smidgen honky tonk and a tad Texas, with solid sprinkles of Bakersfield and classic Nashville,” per the bio.
After he dropped his sophomore collection, “Don’t Care either way if I Do,” in 2014, he opened for behaves like Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam and Hank Williams Jr.
Bell delivered his last single, “Envious Person,” last year.