Trivett Wingo Leaves The Sword


It’s a huge bummer for us to announce on many levels, mostly because we have been friends with him for the last six years, but Trivett Wingo has just announced that he’s leaving the band and all scheduled tour dates have been put on hold for the moment.  As soon as we have more information, we’ll post.  Press release below. The Sword’s Drummer Trivett Wingo Leaves the band, All Tour Dates Cancelled Band is Working Towards Rescheduling Shows as Soon as Possible On the heels of the cancellation of their European tour, Austin, TX’s The Sword are also regretfully canceling the remainder of their scheduled US dates due to the departure of their drummer, Trivett Wingo.   The split is amicable and both Trivett and the rest of the band wish each other the best of the luck with their respective plans.   The Sword are already working diligently to reschedule their European and US dates.   Trivett explains: “It is with deep sadness that I am announcing my departure from The Sword.  After nearly seven years and some of the most amazing adventures of a lifetime,  I have arrived at a place where I am physically and emotionally unable to continue on as part of The Sword.  If I could go any further, I would as I love the music and JD, Bryan and Kyle are people that I deeply respect, but I have reached a point where I just can’t do this anymore.  I would like to thank the wonderful people who made this experience what it has been:  the fans, the people that I have worked and all of the bands and musicians that have inspired me over the years.  I thank you and apologize for any disappointment that this may cause anyone, not least of which The Sword.” – Trivett Wingo Here is an official statement from The Sword: “We wish Trivett nothing but the best, and it is with heavy hearts that we bid him farewell.  He is a phenomenal musician and has been an integral part of this band’s success.  He helped to lay the foundation that we will continue to build upon, and we wouldn’t be where we are without him.  We wish he could continue the adventure with us, but we understand that the life of a touring musician is not for everyone.  It’s been a hell of a ride, and we’re sad to see this part of the journey end.  The show must go on, though, and will be back on the road as soon as humanly possible.” JD, Kyle & Bryan