CULT CLASSIC Q Lazzarus died at the age of 59.A member of the band Goodbye Horses has died after her hit song was used in the movie Silence of the Lambs. 

Family members say that singer-songwriter Q Lazzarus has died at the age of 59. The New Jersey-born star was best known for her song "Goodbye Horses,"

 which was in the hit movie "Silence of the Lambs" in 1988. 
A death notice online says that Q Lazzarus, whose real name was Diane Luckey, died on July 19.

We don't know what killed her yet. Eva Aridjis, a filmmaker who was friends with the singer, told Rolling Stone, "Over the past three years, Q has become one of my closest friends,

and we talked almost every day." "Q had one of those life forces that was so vital, bright, and full of life that you couldn't imagine it dying or stopping to exist."

Aridjis has said that her friend's death has "broken her heart." Family members said that Lazzarus was an "instrumentalist with many skills."

They said, "She had a great sense of humour, loved to tell stories and jokes, and had a wonderful, one-of-a-kind way of dressing."

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"She lit up the room and turned heads wherever she went. In the music world, she has always been a bigger-than-life legend. On the Internet, people have written a lot of nice things about the singer.

One fan said, "Rest in peace, Q Lazzarus, whose music will haunt us forever because it was so underrated." "RIP Q Lazzarus, gone too soon. Someone else said, "#goodbyehorses."

On Instagram, Dark Entries Records wrote, "R.I.P. Q Lazzarus, goodbye horses." I'm sad because of you. Your music changed my life for the better and gave me the idea for Dark Entries. "

Paul sorvino, an imposing actor whose roles ranged from the mob boss in "Goodfellas" to an early stint on the long-running cop drama "Law & Order,"