Luke Bell, 32, died. The singer-songwriter went missing in Arizona on August 20.

Saving Country Music's Matt Kinman confirmed the news. Bell disappeared with Kinman.

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The singer was found Monday "near where he disappeared, as we all feared," the blog said.

Bell struggled greatly with bipolar disorder, Kinman said the media source.

Bell's mental health improved after he disappeared from public view years ago.

"Luke's mental health deteriorated in the West.

He ran off when Matt Kinman ate in Tucson "shared blog

Wyoming native Bell's debut album Don't Mind if I Do made waves in 2014. 2016: He signed with Thirty Tigers.

During album promotion, he talked about blocking out the noise on his journey to fame.

Bell's career stagnated when mental health difficulties surfaced, despite his plaudits.

Tour never happened. In 2018, he won Best Honky Tonk Male at the Ameripolitan Awards in Memphis.

Luke Bell's troubles are over, but his music remains.

Luke Bell is gaining a following, like other troubadours.