Ex-Breaking Benjamin Drummer Sues Band

artist: breaking benjamin date: 10/03/2005 category: general music news
I like this
00
voted: 0
Former Breaking Benjamin drummer Jeremy Hummel filed suit against his former band-mates last week saying they unjustly kicked him out of the group and have refused to share profits from songs he helped make. The suit lists eleven counts against guitarist/vocalist Benjamin Burnley, guitarist Aaron Fincke and bassist Mark Klepaski with each count requesting at least $750,000 in damages. The band's manager, Larry Mazer, and ABC Corporation are also named in the suit. In March 2004 Hummel requested a paternity leave of four to six weeks to be with his wife for the birth of their first child. The band agreed and a substitute was hired. In September 2004, he was kicked out of the band. Hummel does not receive any royalties from "We Are Not Alone" which he co-authored, nor does he receive any profits from the two tracks that were released for the "Halo 2" video game and the "National Treasure" soundtrack. Thanks for the info to AudioAgression.
More breaking benjamin news:
+ Breaking Benjamin Announce Comeback With New Lineup General Music News 08/20/2014
+ Breaking Benjamin Return From Hiatus After Settling a Court Dispute General Music News 04/22/2013
+ Breaking Benjamin Streaming Track From 'Shallow Bay: The Best Of ' On UG Online Downloads 08/16/2011
+ Breaking Benjamin Singer Fires Band Over Email General Music News 08/03/2011
+ Breaking Benjamin To Release Greatest Hits Collection Upcoming Releases 07/15/2011
+ Breaking Benjamin Not Breaking Up General Music News 06/30/2010
+ view all
Comments
Your captcha is incorrect