Jeanne Sagan is parting ways with All That Remains
Longtime All That Remains bass player Jeanne Sagan is parting ways with the band after spending the past decade holding down low-end duties in the group. She posted the new on All That Remains’ Facebook page, stating that he has “decided to follow my heart and pursue other opportunities in life.”
“I truly appreciate the amazing experiences and the great fans over the last decade,” she added. “I wish ATR all the best going forward.”
Sagan first started playing with All That Remains on the group’s 2006 release, “The Fall of Ideals.” She has played bass guitar on every All That Remains album since then, leading up to this year’s “The Order of Things.”
“Everyone in ATR wishes nothing but happiness and success in any and all of [Sagan’s] future endeavors,” says frontman Phil Labonte. Filling in for Sagan on bass for the band’s upcoming tour with We Came as Romans will Aaron Patrick.
“I am beyond excited to step in and play bass for All That Remains!” Patrick said. “We’ve toured together over the years and have become close friends, so the family element is already there.”
All That Remains and We Came as Romans kick off their fall tour on Oct. 14 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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