Following the tragic loss of singer Kyle Pavone, We Came As Romans will hold a memorial concert in their hometown of Detroit Michigan, according to a report from Billboard. The band is currently on tour opening for Bullet For My Valentine, and the show will be at their show together on October 28 at the Fillmore in Detroit, Michigan.
The “Promise Me” tribute will raise money for the newly established Kyle Pavone Foundation and will feature “a whole bunch of guest vocalists, guest musicians, tons of DJs,” co-vocalist Dave Stephens said during We Came As Romans’ performance Sunday night at the same venue as the opening act for Bullet For My Valentine. “It’s just gonna be a big party celebrating all the awesome things Kyle did in his life.” The “Promise Me” tribute will raise money for the newly established Kyle Pavone Foundation.
The mission of the Kyle Pavone Foundation is “a promise to serve and advocate for the musician community in their time of greatest need, providing hope and a means to carry on.”
“The only reason we’re still doing this is we want to honor Kyle’s legacy, want to honor his memory, we want to keep playing these songs,” Stephens added. “This was his dream. Being on this stage was his favorite place to be — but not just any stage, this stage in Detroit.”