Cathal Coughlan is survived by his wife Julie Coughlan after he passed away at the age of 61 due to long illness.

Cathal Coughlan, a solo artist as well as a collaborator with Microdisney, Fatima Mansions, and Telefs, has died at the age of 61. He died in hospital on May 18 after a protracted illness, according to a statement published today.

Niall Stokes, editor of the Hot Press said that Cathal was one of Ireland's great maverick geniuses. With the establishment of Microdisney in the post-punk period, he emerged and it's fair to say that nothing he's done musically since has been less than artistically demanding and worth listening to.

Throughout his career, he maintained a feeling of musical adventure and a refusal to toe any line, whether it was a line of trend, fashion, politics, or decorum.

Cathal Coughlan's Wife Julie Coughlan 

Cathal Coughlan's wife Julie Coughlan is devastated after her husband passed away. Even though very little is known about her it is certain that she along with her family members is currently mourning the artist's death. 

In the near future, a memorial service will be held among close friends and family.

Musician Luke Haines, who worked with Coughlan on the high-concept project The North Sea Scrolls, was among others who paid homage. He said that he was at a loss for words at that moment.

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Cathal Coughlan's Net Worth At Death

According to networthwikibio.org Cathal Coughlan has a net worth of around 6 million dollars. 

In the late 1970s, Coughlan began singing. In 1980, Coughlan and Sean O'Hagan co-founded Microdisney. Coughlan compared his voice to Scott Walker, whom he regarded as a key influence. He released six solo albums, the most recent of which being Song Of Co-Aklan in 2021.

The majority of these featured the Grand Necropolitan lineup, which included Nick Allum, Danny Manners, Audrey Riley, and James Woodrow. He dabbled with musical theater for a while, mostly in France.

Coughlan began working with British singer-songwriter Luke Haines and writer Andrew Mueller in 2011, culminating in The North Sea Scrolls, a live song/speech production that premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2011. The North Sea Scrolls studio recording was released in November 2012.

The singer accumulated a good amount of money in his entire career.