Leonard Cohen Death: Fans Gather and Sing Outside Late Artist's Montreal Home

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Fans have gathered outside the Montreal home of Leonard Cohen for a song-filled remembrance of the artist, who has died aged 82. 

CBC Reporter Alison Northcott captioned a tweet: "People singing ‪#LeonardCohen songs by streetlight and candlelight outside his Montreal home."

People singing #LeonardCohen songs by streetlight and candlelight outside his Montreal home pic.twitter.com/T27AAt8F4F

- Alison Northcott (@AlisonNorthcott) November 11, 2016

Outside #LeonardCohen's Montreal home, people are gathering. "I would really have liked to tell him thank you for what you did," says one.

- Alison Northcott (@AlisonNorthcott) November 11, 2016

CTV News Montreal shared footage from the scene.

Cohen, who was born in Westmount, Quebec, a suburb of Montreal, also had homes in Los Angeles and Greece. His son, Adam, who co-produced Cohen's latest album, You Want It Darker, alongside Patrick Leonard, also has a place in Montreal.