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Family Talks About Musician Killed in DUI Crash, Viacom Lawsuit

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LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Noah Benardout started performing when he was six. At 13 he performed onstage with Slash, he later opened for Sean Mendes, and he was the youngest person to have a residency at the Hard Rock.

The 24-year-old singer and songwriter who went by LOVR, was about to sign a record deal and release an EP when he was killed by a suspected drunk driver six weeks ago in West Hollywood. His family has been channeling their grief into purpose.

“When he got on stage, he connected with the audience in a way that made everybody feel that he was singing to them. A lot of his songs were love songs,” said his mother Marie Benardout.

His family started a foundation in his name, raising money for Mothers […]

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