Mark Lanegan (November 25, 1964 - February 22, 2022) was an American singer, songwriter, author, and musician. He began his musical career in 1984 as the frontman of a psychedelic grunge band. After the band disbanded, Lanegan collaborated with various artists including Kurt Cobain and Moby. Known for his distinctive voice and powerful lyrics, Lanegan's music resonated with fans worldwide.
Lanegan's collaborations extended to working with Isobel Campbell, Soulsavers, Unkle, and Not Waving. His versatile talent allowed him to explore different genres while maintaining his unique style. Whether it was rock or electronic music, Lanegan's contributions left a lasting impact on the industry.
In addition to his musical endeavors, Lanegan also showcased his writing skills through authoring books. With a rich discography spanning several decades and an influential presence in the alternative music scene, Mark Lanegan will be remembered as a true icon of our time.