BROKEN bass player Eric Bass has tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, the band’s next two concerts – tonight (Saturday, September 25) at the Pavilion At Toyota Music Factory in Irving, TX and tomorrow night (Sunday, September 26) at the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion in Rogers, Arkansas – will see BROKEN play in a trio.
BROKEN singer Brent Smith announced the news of Ericin a social media post earlier today. He wrote: “On my behalf, @zmyersofficial @bkerchofficial @ebassprod and ALL of us at @shinedown we have NEWS… unfortunately our illustrious @ebassprod tested positive for Covid-19 this afternoon… that being said, we are not canceling any shows …
“To be clear, everyone on the tour, including the bands, and the team were tested today, all of which are negative. Eric is now in quarantine, and he’s doing fine, and as soon as we test negative from our brother, he’ll be back on tour with us as soon as possible… because we have the best team in the world, they’re going to help us tonight with a few songs. But tonight, and tomorrow we’ll be a 3-piece. Our man @joshualevisturm will come join us on tour until Eric can come back… Lots of love and respect !!! “
Last month, BROKEN drummer Barry kertch was forced to miss a few shows from the group’s tour after testing positive for the novel coronavirus. It has been temporarily replaced by Dustin Steinke of SIXX: AM
Black-smith recently confirmed that the debut single from BROKENthe seventh studio album will arrive in January 2022. The 2018 sequel “Warning warning” is recorded at a new studio in Charleston, SC, run by , who is the bassist and producer of the group.
BROKENthe movie of “Warning warning”, a cinematic experience from the 2018 studio album by the band of the same name, premiered worldwide on September 3.
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