Queens of the Stone Age Losing Big Name Member?


Rock band Queens of the Stone Age have a member who is on tour soon. Drummer Jon Theodore recently took to their official Instagram account and dropped the schedule of their upcoming shows for the tour of 2020 album ‘Bright Eyes’ which starts in March this year. Rescheduled West Coast dates have also been revealed.  Previously, Queens of the Stone Age had cancel a show after a sad accusation.

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Good people of Instagram!
It gives me great pleasure to announce that I’ll have the honor of sharing the stage with these exceptional humans once again. Really looking forward to seeing so many great venues, familiar towns, and good friends. Come on down and let’s have some fun, shall we?

Posted @withregram • @brighteyesofficial We are elated to announce more Bright Eyes shows for 2022, including some long-awaited rescheduled West Coast dates!

Select dates (6/1-6/5) including support from @sandyalexg.

Tickets available for pre-sale for Bright Eyes mailing list subscribers starting Wednesday, February 2nd @ 10am local time.

Public on sale starts February 4th. See you all soon!!”


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Jon Theodore leaving the band?

While fans have discussed this matter on Reddit and many believe that Jon Theodore might be parting ways with the band.

A Reddit user reversechinlock said: “Obviously Jon is a working musician and needs to make his living. But no Queens shows then in 2022.”

While another fan [–]drivemyorange reckons that “There’s also one more possibility – Jon’s out. But then again, I bet that if Queens hitting the road is happening, we would have much more dates confirmed by now, not only 3. Same situation as in 2021, when they were booked only for Reading. It hella looked like it wasn’t going to happen.”

We will have to wait and witness how this story progresses.