Relient K Announces Major Tour Changes by Team Addict on 2013-04-13 15:06:56
Relient K just announced today, about an hour ago, that they will not be touring with long-time band members John Warne, Jon Schneck, and Ethan Luck. This will be the first tour that they've missed in years. Read the quote from their Facebook page below.
"To all the amazing fans of RK:
It is with sadness that we write you to say that we will not be touring with Relient K on the upcoming tour dates. This will be the first tour that the Jo(h)n's have missed in over eight years, and the first that Ethan has missed since he joined the band in 2008. We will miss seeing you all on the road this year, and we want to thank you for always being there for us. Hope to see you soon.
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