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Maine band The Ghost of Paul Revere publicizes breakup

Maine band The Ghost of Paul Revere publicizes breakup

The Maine-based band launched eight albums, the newest being “Subject Notes, Vol. 3” in December 2021.

MAINE, USA — The Ghost of Paul Revere introduced Monday that the band’s upcoming tour shall be its final.

“For the sake of our personal well being, our households, and also you, our followers, we’ve determined that this yr’s Ghostland competition shall be our final present — the top to a incredible journey performing collectively — as The Ghost of Paul Revere,” the Maine-based band wrote in a social media submit.  

Past that, the band didn’t give any additional perception into the breakup.

“It has been a wild journey full of an abundance of trials, tribulations, and pleasure,” the band wrote.

The Ghost of Paul Revere’s “The Final Trip” tour kicks off Friday on the Waterville Opera Home. Based on Monday’s announcement, the band’s annual “Ghostland” present, scheduled for Sept. 3 at Portland’s Thompson’s Level, shall be its final as a bunch.

“We hope to see you there so we are able to sing the songs all of us love and share these last moments with you no less than as soon as extra,” the band wrote, including there shall be extra tour dates introduced quickly.

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Bandmates Griffin Sherry, Sean McCarthy, and Max Davis all grew up collectively and graduated from Bonny Eagle Excessive College. They have been mates since they had been three. The Ghost of Paul Revere was formally shaped in 2011 and, in 2018, the group added Charles Gagne as its drummer.

The band has launched eight albums, the newest being “Subject Notes, Vol. 3” in Dec. 2021. Based on Monday’s social media submit, there may be “quickly to be” a ninth album.

In 2019, The Ghost of Paul Revere’s “Ballad of the twentieth Maine,” was established as Maine’s official state ballad. The tune tells the story of the 2nd Maine Infantry Regiment by means of the eyes of soldier Andrew Tozier, son of Litchfield, because the unit joined the twentieth Maine and fought valiantly at Little Spherical High within the Battle of Gettysburg. 

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In February, whereas on a tour cease in Denver, the band mentioned its trailer full of drugs and merchandise was stolen from the car parking zone of an Aurora resort. By a fundraising effort, the group was in a position to safe rental gear to proceed on the tour with no cancellations, navigate logistical challenges, and exchange the stolen gear objects.

On April 1, the band mentioned police recovered the trailer, which nonetheless had all the gear and merchandise inside. The band mentioned the remaining cash raised by means of the fundraising marketing campaign was donated to 4 totally different charities — one chosen by every band member.

“We will’t thank everybody sufficient for the immense outpouring of affection and generosity we had been proven all through this humbling expertise,” the band wrote in a Fb submit on the time.


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