LYNCH Mob have a month to find a new singer following the departure – again – of Oni Logan.
Even gnarled hard rock beat reporters have lost count of how many times the Argentina-born singer has been in and out of George Lynch’s flagship, openly consulting Wikipedia.
For the record, Logan now seems to have left left five times.
”A brother has left the building,” Logan said on Facebook, in a reference to Lynch Mob’s most recent album, The Brotherhood.
“As a new year shines a light so do new beginnings.. Some that make the heart flutter and some that just have to happen.
“Very excited for 2018! I’ll be putting together a new recording and touring project. I’ll be looking forward to writing with other artist and bands.”
Lynch Mob now have a month to come up with a new singer before their appearance on the Monsters Of Rock cruise from February 11 to 16.
Rumour has it that Andrew Freeman, of Last In Line, is – ahem – the next in line.