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Cory Monteith's Band Bonnie Dune - New EP Details & Photo (Exclusive)

Cory Monteith's Band Bonnie Dune - New EP Details & Photo (Exclusive)

Cory Monteith has left behind a great legacy and one of the most important things in his career was his band Bonnie Dune.

The Glee actor was working on a new album and planning a tour with the band just before his untimely death over the summer. Now, the band is gearing up to finally release the music they were working on with Cory and finish the album they all started together.

“We had recorded the EP Miramar this last year working around Cory‘s hectic Glee schedule, tracking his drums and background vocals when ever he had free time. We were planning on touring the US and Canada summer 2014 promoting our new EP,” the band’s lead singer Justin Wilczynski exclusively told JustJared.com. “We never could of imagined something so tragic and devastating could happen to our bandmate, and more importantly, our close friend. Unsure of how to move on after losing Cory, we have taken our time to finish this album. We know he is an irreplaceable part of Bonnie Dune, but we will continue to make music, something he loved to do and will start playing shows again in 2014, where we made some of our greatest memories together.”

Miramar comes out on February 4th and is currently available for pre-order on iTunes. You will instantly receive the new single “Endless Summer” with your purchase and you can listen to the song right now below!

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5 Comments

# 1

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# 2
wandalismus @ 12/17/2013 at 12:47 pm

what legacy??? the legacy of a drug addict that died because of an overdose?

# 3

That’s awful to say… He did leave a legacy not only with Glee but with the charities and organizations he associated himself with that helped underprivileged kids and teens facing homelessness.

Addiction is a disease and the way he died should not be remembered the most.

# 4

@wandalismus: I’m sick of comments on how Cory’s death is not defensible. In life we make bad decisions he unfortunately lived a hard life when younger, with an unstable home. He made the bad choice of becoming a drug addict, and for your information becoming dependable on drugs is not a choice is a need of the body you don’t really have a choice afterwards. Despite of his demons he fought for his life, going to rehab and trying to switch his life.
After Glee he gave back, helped others who were in his same situation to become a role model. Unfortunately he was never able to overcome these demons, and so died of an overdose. But this same mistake should not overshadow all the great things he did in life. He was a great man who made a bad choice. And he has a legacy, not on drugs, but on helping the needy.

# 5

don’t be rude. yes, thats how he died, but thats not how he should be remembered. he was more than just a “drug addict”

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