Kansas singer Steve Walsh quits band

Kansas singer Steve Walsh quits band

LEAVING THE BAND:Steve Walsh and David Ragsdale of Kansas perform at the Magic City Casino on Dec. 15 , in Miami, Florida. Photo: Associated Press/Jeff Daly

The band Kansas are losing their lead singer.

The band write on their Facebook page Steve Walsh told them last week he’s resigning from the band.

His last performance with Kansas will be on August 16 in Sioux City, Iowa. No reason was given.

Kansas say they wish Walsh the best and thank him for his 41 years with the band.

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