Iconic singer songwriter Leonard Cohen has passed away at the age of 82.
He leaves behind a career that spanned more than 45 years, in which he penned such classics as “Hallelujah,” “Suzanne” and “Bird On The Wire.”
Cohen’s label confirmed the news on his Facebook page on Thursday evening:
His manager Robert Kroy also made a statement.
“Unmatched in his creativity, insight and crippling candor, Leonard Cohen was a true visionary whose voice will be sorely missed,” he wrote. “I was blessed to call him a friend, and for me to serve that bold artistic spirit firsthand, was a privilege and great gift. He leaves behind a legacy of work that will bring insight, inspiration and healing for generations to come.”
There are no further details regarding his death at this time.
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