The band Turnstile and founding guitarist Brady Ebert have ‘Parting Ways’
With the departure of Brady Ebert, Turnstile’s original guitarist, the band is now incomplete. The band made the announcement of his departure in an Instagram story published on Friday afternoon.
“Turnstile and guitarist Brady Ebert are parting ways,” the statement says. “We are deeply grateful for our time together. Our love for him continues and we wish him nothing but the best moving forward. Love, Turnstile.”
Ebert formed Turnstile in 2010 with lead singer Brendan Yates, bassist Franz Lyons, and drummer Daniel Fang. In 2015, rhythm guitarist Pat McCrory joined the band. A review from Ebert can be found on all three of the group’s studio albums.
But Ebert was not performing with Turnstile on their recent tour, which featured a well-received show at Lollapalooza. Instead, bandmate and buddy Greg Cerwonka took his place. In March, he appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! where he was last seen performing with Turnstile.
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Turnstile will be performing at multiple festivals this year, including Deftones’ Dia de los Deftones in San Diego and Goldenvoice’s This Ain’t No Picnic festival in Los Angeles.
Check Instagram story below.