Jon Silver, Nic Lester & Anthony Fox leave Billion Dollar Babies

December 29, 2012 in News

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It is with great sadness that we bring you this news today. By the end the end of the year 2012, long time members Jon Silver, Nic Lester and Anthony Fox will be leaving Billion Dollar Babies.

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“- Times have been hard and times shave been great. Since September 2006 we have spent countless amount of hours together doing shows, in the tour bus and working in the studio. We are damn proud of all that we have achieved as a group and as individuals. We are damn happy to have met every single person that we have met on tour and we are damn proud to have been a part of the beginning of a future super star band.

It has always been clear that this band needs 100% dedication and the last six months we have come to the conclusion that we are no longer able to give the band the focus it deserves with everything that comes with it. Therefore we need to step down and let someone else pick up where we are leaving.
Rock n roll will always be in our veins and new musical challenges are waiting for us.

From the bottom of our hearts we wish to thank every person we’ve met on tour, everyone who spent their hard earned money on coming to see our shows or buying our music, everyone we’ve worked with and who has helped us in the past. Last but not least, we wish to thank Frankie & Pat +ourselves for all the great times together. It has been an honor.” – Anthony Fox, Jon Silver & Nic Lester.


DOES THIS MEAN BILLION DOLLAR BABIES WILL ROLL OVER AND DISAPPEAR?
FUCK NO! This is not over until we say it is. There are still too many venues to blow up and too much people out there we haven’t played for yet. Pat Kramer and Frankie Rich will continue on this roller coaster from hell and we have already started the seek for our new partners in crime.

ALL THE UPCOMING SHOWS WILL BE PLAYED & MASSACRED AS PLANNED.
A few old friends will help out during these shows to make sure that we will meet up on your expectations. Some of them you might know from the past, and some of them might be new faces. Expect nothing but greatness and the same intense show as always.

Thanks for all the support now and through out the years.
See you on tour very soon. – Pat Kramer & Frankie Rich