- Did they hide his death?
- He suffered a ‘brief’ illness
- So they confirmed the death
Singer Q Lazzarus, responsible for the synth-pop cult hit “Goodbye Horses,” which became world famous after appearing in the 1992 film Silence of the Lambs, died on July 29 after a brief illness. .
His death was revealed until this Thursday, according to Agencia Reforma. The singer was 61 years old. Her death was formally announced by Jackson Funeral Home in Neptune, New Jersey. Her friend, filmmaker Eva Aridjis, confirmed her death to Rolling Stone.
“She became one of my closest friends”
“Over the last three years, Q became one of my closest friends and we were in contact almost daily. Q had one of those life forces that you just can’t imagine dying out or ceasing to exist, because she was so vital and radiant and exuberant,” Eva Aridjis told Rolling Stone magazine.
Q Lazzarus, whose real name was Diane Luckey, was born on December 12, 1960, in Neptune, New Jersey. She began her musical career in the 1980s, although she failed to secure a record deal, according to Agencia Reforma.