The Phoenix Band, one of the most popular and most influential bands in Phoenix history, has released a statement on social media about the death threats they’ve received in the past few weeks.
In a statement, the band said, “We’ve had a lot of people call and email us.
We’ve had people write letters to us, but not the ones that were threatening us.
So, as a band, we’ve taken a stand against those people and our music.
We’re proud of the way we handled things and how we reacted.
We did not have to respond to these threats, but we decided to because we didn’t want to be taken advantage of.
We are taking the time to reflect on our actions and we’ll be moving forward.
We will be returning to Phoenix to perform our shows, and we will keep working hard to make the band and our fans happy.”
The band also addressed the threats made by people who called them and other bands and said, “”We were just really hurt and angry.
We were devastated.
We feel like we’re being threatened with violence.
It really hurt us.
Our message to these people is that they need to stop calling and contacting us and to just stay away from our fans.
We love our fans and we are just going to let them enjoy the music and not take anything away from them.
If you see our shows or hear us, please be kind.
We appreciate everything you do for us.
“The Phoenix Band will be performing at Phoenix State University in the fall.
Phoenix Band members say the threats were made on social networking sites.
Phoenix Band released a song on Jan. 15, which included a song called, “The Death Threat.”
The song, titled “The End of The Line,” has a reference to a recent Facebook post that the band made about the threats.
The band released a video for “The Last Goodbye” in April that features band members on the phone talking about the band.”
We’ve gotten some really negative comments on our music and on our Facebook page.
So we just wanted to take a stand and just let them know we’re here to entertain and to entertain everyone, and if they feel like they can make a difference in our lives, we’re happy to listen to them. “
We got a lot negative comments.
So we just wanted to take a stand and just let them know we’re here to entertain and to entertain everyone, and if they feel like they can make a difference in our lives, we’re happy to listen to them.
We really want to do good for our fans, and when people are threatening our fans or threatening our music, that’s why we did it.
That’s why it’s important to keep your head up.”
Follow the Phoenix Band on Facebook at facebook.com/theband, and on Twitter at twitter.com/_theband.