The Chariot Break Up

by | Aug 16, 2013

The Chariot have officially broken up.

“Thank you. To everyone on this planet Earth that has ever supported us, helped us, watched us, hung out with us, given us a place to stay, given food, prayed over us, loaned us equipment, advised us, booked us, or given us a chance, no matter how big or small…we are forever grateful.”

The band formed in 2003 and appeared on Ryan’s Rock Show twice — in 2011 with the entire band and in 2012 with vocalist Josh Scogin.

Here’s the group’s farewell video:

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