Is Winston leaving Mumford and Sons?
Mumford & Sons banjoist Winston Marshall has announced that he is leaving the band after 14 years. The news comes after the 33-year-old was involved in controversy when he tweeted his admiration for a book by controversial right-wing American journalist Andy Ngo. The IndependentWinston Marshall quits Mumford & Sons after Andy Ngo controversy: ‘It’s been no easy decision’
Why did Winston Marshall leave Mumford and Sons?
LONDON — Winston Marshall, a founding member of folk-rock group Mumford & Sons, announced Thursday that is leaving the band so that he can "speak freely" about political issues. ... Marshall said he plans to undertake new creative projects, "as well as speaking and writing on a variety of issues." USA TODAYMumford & Sons guitarist quits band so he can speak 'freely' against 'political extremism'
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Family and friends were holding on to hope he'd pull through after showing some signs of recovery ... but unfortunately, Nacho passed away.
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