Brendon Urie said Tuesday on Instagram that Panic! at the Disco will “be no more” after nearly two decades of music. He and his wife of 10 years, Sarah Urie, are expecting their first child. “It’s been a hell of a journey,” Urie added. I never thought about where my life would go growing up in Vegas. Many countries and pals.
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Father-To-Be Brendon Urie Leaves Panic! At The Disco: “A Hellish Journey”
“But sometimes, a journey must cease to begin. Though you may have heard, we’ve been keeping it to ourselves. We’re expecting soon! Being a father and watching my wife become a mother excites and humbles me. This upcoming adventure excites me.” The 35-year-old artist said he wants to terminate Panic! to focus on his growing family.
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“I’ve sat here trying to come up with the best way to express this, and I genuinely can’t say how much it has meant to us,” he concluded. “Whether you’ve been here since the beginning or are now finding us, it has been a pleasure to share the stage with so many brilliant people but also spend our time with you.”
In 2004, Urie, Ross, Wilson, and Smith founded Panic! at the Disco. With its debut album, “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out,” and mega-hit single “I Write Sins Not Tragedies,” the group became mainstream.
Panic! at the Disco lost all but Urie over time. Since 2015, he has performed solo under the name. “Nine in the Afternoon,” “Victorious,” “High Hopes,” and “Death of a Bachelor” are among Panicother ! ‘s biggest hits. Urie promoted the band’s final concert tour, which begins Feb. 20 in Vienna, Austria, and ends March 10 in Manchester, UK.