Sean McNabb Leaves Lynch Mob
Sean McNabb has announced he’s left the ranks of Lynch Mob. The bassist, who has been with guitarist George Lynch’s band for nearly a decade, made the announcement via Twitter.
“I’d like to thank all the fans that supported Lynch Mob, & me being a part of it for the last eight years, and always,” he wrote. “As of today I’ll be stepping down from that position and wish everyone the best. Super proud of The Brotherhood record & the live shows we did.”
McNabb scored his first big gig with Quiet Riot in the ’80s and is a mainstay of the hard rock community. He was also Dokken’s bassist from 2009 to 2014 prior to joining Lynch Mob. He recorded one album with the band, 2017’s The Brotherhood.
A replacement bassist has not been named.