Panic! at the Disco ends; Brendon Urie to focus on family

Streaming HUBJanuary 25, 2023

NEW YORK (AP) – First there were four, then they became three and finally just one. It’s time to bid a final farewell to Art Pop-Rock Panic! at the disco.

Brendon Urie, the only remaining musician from the original group, announced on the band’s Instagram page on Tuesday that Panic! at the disco “Won’t happen anymore.”

Uri, 35, shared that he and his wife Sara are expecting a child and that he plans to focus on his family. “The prospect of becoming a father and watching his wife become a mother is both humbling and exciting. I am looking forward to this next adventure,” he wrote.

The band has had 15 songs on the Billboard Hot 100, two top 10 hits in “High Hopes” in 2019 and “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” in 2006. He scored two No. 1 albums in 2016 with “Death of a Bachelor”. — Best Rock Album in 2018 — and also earned a Grammy nomination for “Pray for the Wicked.”

“Whether you’ve been here from the beginning or just finding us, it’s a pleasure not only sharing the stage with so many talented people but also sharing my time with you,” Uri wrote.

The band was formed in 2004 by Yuri and childhood friends guitarist Ryan Ross, drummer Spencer Smith and bassist Brent Wilson, while they were still teenagers. Other members are bassist John Walker and multi-instrumentalist Dylan Weeks.

Even as he carried the band’s banner alone in later years, Urie found other creative outlets, such as “ME!” and made his Broadway stage debut in “Kinky Boots” in 2017, later writing the music for the show “SpongeBob SquarePants”.

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