Farewell, Panic! At The Disco (2004-2023)

Farewell, Panic! At The Disco (2004-2023)



Brendon Urie officially revealed that Panic! At The Disco is being retired. Consider this my eulogy for a rock band, recalling the influence and memories the Las Vegas band & their music have had on others (and myself) over the decades.

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Intro Song “Swimming Pools” by Rob Scallon

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