Bad Wolves frontman Tommy Vext has revealed that he is homeless. The singer gave up his apartment and car so he could stay on the road with the band for a majority of 2018.
Vext said the following:
“Many people don’t realize that I am homeless. In order to go out on tour in 2018 from March through December I had to give up my apartment, get rid of my car and put all of my belongings in storage.
I never thought I would be grateful for the times of my life when I was forced to be homeless because the lessons I would learn only prepared me for life out of a suitcase.
This year has been an incredible ride conquering 7 tours from Amphitheater’s & arenas for tens of thousands to headlining our own club tour only weeks after our debut album was released.
I have been all over the US, Europe, UK, Canada and Australia and have met countless wonderful people at shows, on the streets and in the gym.
What a blessing to be able to tour with and befriend for so many amazing artists, and turning a crew of amazingly talented guys into a family.
After the honor of having Zombie go Diamond, Platinum, Double Platinum & Gold in almost a dozen countries and going number one globally I’ve just received word that #HearMeNow is the number 1 song on active rock radio in the United States of America. What a way to end an amazing year.
Thank you everyone who supported us, bought our t shirts and records, showed up and sang their lungs out !
Thank you to our road crew, our label, managment, all our new friends at radio stations across the globe.
You’ve given us a life beyond our wildest dreams.
[via Rock Feed]