Belfast singer Bap Kennedy has been laid to rest following a funeral at Roselawn Cemetery.
The musician passed away earlier this week following a battle with pancreatic cancer.
The 54-year-old former Energy Orchard frontman had been receiving palliative care at the Marie Curie Hospice.
His family announced the sad news on Tuesday in a statement on Bap's Facebook page.
"We are devastated to announce that Bap passed away this evening. Bap was extremely brave until the end," the statement said.
"We would like to thank everybody for their kind messages of support over the past few months, these meant a lot to Bap and Brenda and helped Bap stay positive throughout his illness.
"We are also extremely grateful to all the staff at the Marie Curie hospice for their kindness and warmheartedness during his stay."
Tributes have been paid to him from across the entertainment world.
Bap had collaborated with Steve Earle, Mark Knopfler, Shane MacGowan and Van Morrison.
He had just finished recording his new album Reckless Heart when he was diagnosed with terminal cancer.
The album will be released next month.