Honor Society Keyboardist Leaves The Band!

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From their facebook page: “To our fans and friends:

At the end of last year, we took some time to reflect and reevaluate the future of Honor Society. During this process, it became clear that Jason’s creative muse was moving in a different direction from the rest of us. So after some late nights and long discussions, the four of us came to the decision that in order for Honor Society to continue to grow and flourish, we needed to part ways with Jason.

Naturally, this change is bittersweet for us. While it sucks to say goodbye to our bandmate and friend, we also feel incredibly liberated and free to make Honor Society what we’ve always dreamed it could be. Our enthusiasm has been reborn with fresh perspective and a united creative vision that we truly believe will thrust Honor Society forward.

They say change is good and we couldn’t agree more. Since making this change, we’ve felt a great surge in momentum. Our single “Serendipity” is gaining steam at radio and is about to crack the top 100! More radio stations are adding the song daily and with your help, we’re confident that it will get into the Top 40. Our live show has progressed and we’re quickly developing a sound that’s bigger and better, yet still very much Honor Society. Rest assured that Serendipity: The Tour will be the best Honor Society show you’ve ever seen and heard.

There are so many exciting things happening, so stay tuned because more good news is on the way!

Finally, Jay is our dude. He has been a close friend for many years and he will continue to be. We support Jay in all his future endeavors and we hope you will too. Make sure you check out his Twitter to see what he’s up to.

We can’t wait to see you all on the road soon. We love you more than you know.


Jacklyn is the Editor In Chief of Stage Right Secrets. Jacklyn's photography and articles can also be found on The Recording Academy's GRAMMYPro, GRAMMYU, PopCrush, Taste of Country, among other outlets. Besides press Jacklyn is a "Jack of All Trades" working various jobs at local concerts and touring.