Is it true that Mikey Way is going to leave the band My Chemical Romance?
Mikey Way got married on March 8th to Alicia Simmons and is taking a temporary break from the band.
Mikey took a temporary break from the band to spend some time with his new wife Alicia Simmons, although he has now returned, during the Projekt Revolution tour and will resume his normal place in the band after Matt Cortez covered for him.
I don't think he was going to leave Mikey got married to his wife Alicia Simmons and took a break from the band to spend more time with her He also was absent during the Black Parade tour for a short period of time due to depression but is now fine and full time in the band :) I doubt he will be leaving the band at all now
Lead Singer: Gerard Arthur Way (Gerard Way) Lead Guitarist & Vocal Backup: Raymond Toro Oritz (Ray Toro) Guitarist & Vocal Backup: Frank Anthony Thomas Iero Jr (Frank Iero) Bassist: Michael James Way (Mikey Way) Ex Drummer(s): Matt Pellssier Bob Bryar Mike Pedicone also drummed for a while, however i don't believe he was officially in the band before he was asked to leave :)
(I'm not sure but:) Romance Don't leave, stay with me a while Here it is so joyous, so luminous. I desire so to warm your forehead With love and kisses. Don't leave, stay with me a while. I love you; I have loved you for so long. The ecstasy of love awaits us, you and me. Don't leave, I beg, beg of you.
Interviewer: "Which of your band mates is most likely to accidentally stick a fork in a toaster?" Frank: "Mikey." Interviewer: "And who would yell 'Hey! It's still plugged in!'?" Mikey: "That would be me." Gerard: "I would definitely be the one yelling. I think we're all very protective of Mikey for things like sticking forks in toasters." Frank: "It's funny because when we were recording, me and Mikey lived together and I would go to…
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