Big Changes for Lonestar

Award-winning band Lonestar has announced some big changes for 2007 after 14 years together.

Lonestar will be leaving its record label, and the band is looking for other opportunities. The biggest news involves lead vocalist Richie McDonald, who will leave the group to pursue a solo career. Remaining members Dean Sams, Michael Britt and Keech Rainwater will announce a new lead singer and record label, and will continue to tour and produce music as Lonestar. “Life is about change. Michael, Keech and myself are excited about the challenges that lie ahead,” says Dean. “Lonestar music is for the fans we love and to them we remain, Lonestar.”

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