December 08, 2016  

Snow Patrol Drummer, Jonny Quinn, Quits Tour

January 24, 2007 (7:13 am) GMT
Snow Patrol drummer Jonny Quinn has been forced to pull out of a number of the band's upcoming gigs after breaking his arm in a snowboarding accident.

His breaking arm resulted from a snowboarding accident has forced drummer, Jonny Quinn, to quit the band's forthcoming tour. Quinn suffered his injury while snowboarding in the French Alps.

Concerning the incident, the hitmakers have replaced Quinn with the services of longtime friend Graham Hopkins who thus will join the band for their forthcoming European and Australian dates, starting on 4 March in Offenbach, Germany.

Graham Hopkins is the ex-drummer of Therapy. He is now becoming the member of Irish rock band Boss Volenti and has recently played on singer 's forthcoming solo record.

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