Leonard Cohen's son paid tribute to his father and it's so beautiful
Following the sad death of singer, songwriter, poet, and novelist Leonard Cohen, his son, Adam, has paid tribute to his father and it’s so beautiful.
Cohen sadly passed away last week at the age of 82. Since then, tributes to the late singer have poured in from the likes of Lana Del Rey and Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, while it was reported by The Guardian that Cohen had been buried in a small ceremony in Montreal.
Now the singer’s son, Adam, has shared an emotional tribute to his father.
Sharing some words on Facebook, Adam, thanks fans and well-wishers for their kind words and love towards his father.
Continuing, he explained that there was so much he wished he could thank his father for.
Adam helped his father record his last album, You Like it Darker, which was only released last month (October 21st).
According to Rolling Stone, due to mobility issues it was hard for Leonard Cohen to record his last album. However, his son, Adam, turned his house into a makeshift recording studio, allowing the singer make his critically acclaimed 14th album.
Over the weekend, fans paid tribute to Leonard Cohen with makeshift memorial services in New York and Canada.
An official memorial service is expected to take play in Los Angeles at a future date.