Rival Schools Guitarist Quits

by | Sep 28, 2011

Rival Schools guitarist Ian Love has quit the band.

“We regret to announce that our good friend Ian Love has decided to part ways with Rival Schools,” the band commented. “He is a tremendous talent who will be missed greatly and we wish him well in his future endeavors.”

“Meanwhile, the rest of us will be continuing Rival Schools a pace, gearing up for our October US tour which kicks off October 14th in Philadelphia at the First Unitarian Church. We’re looking forward to the new music we’re working on, new recordings and the next chapter for Rival Schools.”

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