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Haste The Day frontman quits

Monday, November 21, 2005 8:45 PM PT

Haste The Day vocalist Jimmy Ryan has left the group on good terms. He has released the following statement:

"So, I've decided to leave the band. Before anyone jumps to any conclusions, it was my own decision. I feel like this chapter in my life is coming to a close and it is time for me to move on. The guys in my band are my best friends and my brothers and my decision to leave has been a difficult one. I will miss them quite a bit as they continue on and as the band continues to grow as I am confident it will. The past 4 years have been some of the best years of my life. I want to thank everyone that I've met while traveling all over the nation for sharing your lives, your homes, your cities, your emotions and your love with me and the band.

I have a list of people about 10 miles long that I want to thank but I could go on for days about how you all have affected my life so positively. So let me thank you all here, you know who you are.

I'm stoked to move on but sad to say goodbye after these last few weeks on tour as I finish out the year with the guys. My last show will be December 30th @ The Knights of Columbus in Indianapolis, Indiana. If you can come out, please do so we can have one last dance."

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