PRONG Bassist Explains Temporary Lineup Changes

PRONG bassist Mike Longworth has issued the following update on the band's official web site regarding the group's temporary lineup changes for their upcoming festival appearances

"Hey you all, it's Mike. I just wanted to fill you all in on what's going on right now with the lineup of PRONG... Monte [Pittman, guitar] will be leaving us for a few months due to other obligations so I will be filling in on guitar while Marty O'Brien of Tommy Lee's band handles bass [as reported here on Friday — Ed.]. Marty is a good friend and we're glad that he can help us out with only about a week till our first show in Tampa, FL. As of now we will be doing 3 shows with Marty and I will go back to bass when we tour. See you all at the shows and don't forget to pick up 'Scorpio Rising' in stores now..."


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