Chris Shinn Responds To Ed Kowalczyk Replacing Him In Live

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Yesterday, Chris Shinn updated his Facebook status to “Do I have to do EVERYthing now?” with a video of himself playing the drums at The Sound Emporium in Nashville, TN with the hashtags #OneManBand #DontGetBitterGetBetter.

Do I have to do EVERYthing now? #SoundEmporiumNashville #OneManBand #DontGetBitterGetBetter (thanks for the help today @mikestankiewicz)

A video posted by Chris Shinn (@chrisshinn) on


This post comes in the wake of Live’s original vocalist, Ed Kowalczyk, naming himself the lead singer of Live and changing his profile photo to an image of himself with the Live logo. On the same day, Live also changed their cover photo to an image of the band with Kowalczyk as the lead singer. Shinn’s post seemingly indicates there may be at least a little bad blood between him and the rest of Live.
Shinn was recruited for Live’s 2014 album The Turn, which received generally positive reviews after what was seemingly a bitter breakup between Kowalczyk and the rest of the band. Up to this point, an official announcement between Live, Kowalczyk and Shinn has not been made.

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