The 'Mighty Mighty Bosstones' Break Up!

There has been an official announcement that the Mighty Mighty Bosstones would be disbanding.

They wrote, “After decades of brotherhood, touring the world and making great records together, we have decided to no longer continue on as a band.”

There were no specifics given by the band as to why they broke up, only that “we have decided to no longer continue on as a band.” 

Rolling Stone speculates that the separation is a result of a song written by "Dicky Barrett" to promote RFK's recent anti-vax event in Washington, DC.

With Tim "Johnny Vegas" Burton (saxophone), Nate Albert (guitar), Josh Dalsimer (drums), and Tim Bridwell (trumpet), Dicky Barrett established the Mighty Mighty Bosstones in Boston in the 1980s.

Taang! Records issued the group's debut, 1989's Devil's Night Out.

As early as the '90s, Mercury Records inked the Bosstones to a lucrative record deal, and the band released their debut album, Don't Know How to Party, in May 1993.

On the Billboard 200 chart, the group's best-selling album, Let's Face It, peaked at No. 27 and was certified platinum.

Hellcat Records issued When God Was Great, the band's final studio album, in May 2021.

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