Today (August 25th), The music industry just got even smaller and lost one of the alternative scenes favorite vocalists, Kyle Pavone. Musicians have been remembering the late Pavone across their social media platforms and you can see some of them below.
Saddened by the passing of @kylepavone. I will always remember the big smiles and warm greetings whenever we would run into each other. You will be missed but our memories of great times will live on ?
— CC (@ccbvb) August 25, 2018
So Saddened to wake up to the news about @kylepavone passing. My heart goes out to his family and all the @wecameasromans guys. Kyle was a great dude, and made me laugh every time I hung out with him. You’ll be missed bro, rest easy.
— Jake Pitts (@JakePittsBVB) August 25, 2018
R.I.P Kyle Pavone. My deepest condolences to the WCAR family today, they have been nothing but good to us.
— Aaron Rosa (@IamAaronrosa) August 25, 2018
— blessthefall (@blessthefall) August 25, 2018
RIP @kylepavone. You were an energy all your own.
— Aaron Pauley (@aaronpauley) August 25, 2018
Wow. RIP @kylepavone we were just talking a few days ago about writing some music together. Fuck
— Trevor Wentworth (@TrevorOLN) August 25, 2018
RIP @kylepavone … gone too soon. We were just talking about Fortnite tactics a few weeks ago at @InkcarFestival … didn’t know that would be the last time i would see you. My love and thoughts are with all the WCAR dudes and kyle’s friends and family ???
— Alan Ashby (@AlanAshby) August 25, 2018
I’m absolutely devastated to hear about the passing of Kyle Pavone of We Came As Romans. A great friend of the show and a guy who always kept it light and silly on tour. Not to mention a tremendous talent in both singing and producing his own music. Absolutely terrible. RIP.
— Lead Singer Syndrome (@leadsingersyn) August 25, 2018
Heartbroken over the news of Kyle Pavone’s passing. Our hearts go out to his family, fans, and WCAR. RIP.
— Hot Topic (@HotTopic) August 25, 2018
— Jared Warth (@jwrath) August 25, 2018
. @kylepavone could make anybody laugh on their worst days and that was his greatest talent most will never get to know.
He was much more than a singer to us, and I wish he was here to share what he’d been working on with the world.
We will never forget you, thank you brother. pic.twitter.com/sp1YGQgRD2
— TELLE SMITH (@tellesmith) August 25, 2018
Today the world of music lost a great talent. From the start of this band, and still to this day, We Came As Romans has served as a big influence on all of us. RIP Kyle Pavone. pic.twitter.com/tlp8DC1hLv
— Call It Home (@Callithomeny) August 25, 2018
rest in power @kylepavone
we will miss your energy on stage and the friendship and comradery you spread in the parking lots of Warped Tour.
? @ashleyosborn#foreverwarped #wecameasromans pic.twitter.com/bgQosLpYj3
fucked…just had We Came As Romans play our festival this month, they killed it. ??? rip kyle pavone
RIP Kyle Pavone! Breaks my heart to hear the news!
— michael bohn (@therettes) August 25, 2018
— Zach Myers (@ZMyersOfficial) August 26, 2018
Today is a sad day, we lost one of our brothers in music. So sad to know that you’re gone @kylepavone. You & the WCAR boys welcomed us with open arms when we signed to EVR & always treated us with love & respect. That’s how I’ll remember you. A kind hearted, accepting soul.
— Cody Carson ⧖ (@CodySIO) August 25, 2018
Heavy hearts pouring out love all over the world today for @kylepavone and @wecameasromans. I’m sad, but I also can appreciate seeing the love and appreciation from a group of fans for a wonderful talent gone too soon.
— Dylan Bowman (@Dylan_prevail) August 25, 2018
All the love in the world to the Pavone’s and the entire WCAR family. RIP Kyle ? https://t.co/PvRrhFZlIg
— Like Moths to Flames (@LMTF) August 25, 2018
Damn.. rest easy @kylepavone – Way too young. ?
— Alexander Shelnutt (@AlexShelnutt) August 25, 2018
RIP @kylepavone there are no words that could represent the amount of love I have for you and what you and the boys have done for myself and the guys over the past 7 years of knowing each other. Rest Easy ?
— Dan Clermont ⧖ (@DannySIO) August 25, 2018
— Miss May I (@missmayiband) August 25, 2018
Rest In Peace @kylepavone. I’m devastated…… You always brought great energy to any room you were in.
You will be greatly missed ?
— BONE CREW OUT NOW ☠️ (@FRONZ1LLA) August 25, 2018
— david (@davidlovesit) August 25, 2018
My entire heart goes out to the family of @kylepavone, @wecameasromans, and a world of other people hurting right now. We never had a chance to get to know each other outside of a few hangs, but I know you were a light to so many who love you. The world will miss you- rest easy https://t.co/POgdYIMgnr
— idc (@KeatonPierce) August 25, 2018
All of us at The Fillmore are heartbroken over the loss of Kyle Pavone from @WeCameAsRomans. Just this April, they came through The Foundry and absolutely lit up the room with their presence before a sold out crowd. We’re thinking the WCAR family and their fans at this time. ? pic.twitter.com/GKjcYkhc5f
— The Fillmore Philly (@FillmorePhilly) August 25, 2018
We Came As Romans has always been one of my favorite groups of people to tour with. Kyle Pavone had so much to do with the amount of love I have for spending so much time on the road with them. Rest easy bud, we all love you. ?
— bj stead (@whosrobertseed) August 25, 2018
Still can’t believe @kylepavone is gone… @wecameasromans was one of the first band we’ve brought to Japan and we’ve shared the stage so many times.. all our wishes to him, his family and boys in WCAR?? pic.twitter.com/gk7ATEB0gv
— Crossfaith (@CrossfaithJapan) August 25, 2018
i didn’t know Kyle Pavone and i don’t know the circumstances of his death but my heart goes out to his family and friends and many fans today. Peace to you in this painful time.
— Jamie Tworkowski (@jamietworkowski) August 25, 2018
RIP @kylepavone. Such an amazing person gone way too soon ?
— David Escamilla (@DaveCTE) August 25, 2018
Rest Easy Kyle Pavone. We werent super tight boys but our bands shared the stage a lot. My thoughts are with his family, friends and bandmates. Damn shame.
— Zachary Ross (@ZacOvrboard) August 25, 2018
Sorry you’re gone Kyle. Too young man, we have seen less of each other these days, but you were always a true friend and brother to everyone that had the chance to hang. One of the few first tours of my career were with WCAR, you never didn’t have a smile on your face. ?
— Tyler Carter (@TylerCarter4L) August 25, 2018
Kyle was a friend and collaborator. What a talent and loss for the world. You are missed. https://t.co/x3I2s6SeoZ
— John Feldmann (@JohnFeldy) August 25, 2018
You were such a kind and caring man. Will never forget you pal. Love you so much. pic.twitter.com/7JgZixnS8d
— Landon Tewers (@Landontours) August 25, 2018
RIP Kyle, sending love to his family, friends and band mates in this devastating time. While we didn’t know one another very well, I will say that he always went out of his way to be tremendously kind to me every time our paths crossed over the years on tour etc. A tragic loss ? https://t.co/GhViyptITd
— Andy Biersack (@andyblack) August 25, 2018
We have shared countless tours and stages. We have shared countless memories. Our bands came up in this “scene” together. I can’t believe Kyle is gone. I just saw you. This is unreal to me. Rest easy my friend. This one is really close to home ?
— Ben Bruce (@benjaminbruce) August 25, 2018
— Spencer Charnas (@SpencerICE9K) August 25, 2018
My heart goes out to everyone in the @wecameasromans camp.
A little over a week ago we shared some laughs and shared the stage together…this band even took me (sleepwave) out on tour at my lowest point in my life…they all treated me so well..I’m at a loss for words
— Luke Holland (@LukeHolland) August 25, 2018
We first hung out while our bands were on different tours in the same city, so your whole band came to our show and we partied until morning. Whenever we were home at the same time, I would come to Detroit just to hang. One of my few band friends I would go out of my way to see off tour. You brought me into your circle when mine was dwindling, introduced me to people I still call friends. You took me to my first and only Red Wings game knowing full well I didn’t really care who won, but I loved it anyway; just like you would talk my ear off about every team and player and coach like I knew what the hell you were saying, but I let you because your passion for sports was so amazing to see. We barely had anything in common other than the fact we were in bands, but we still somehow stayed up countless nights talking until the sun came up. You introduced me to your brother, Conner, my best man, business partner, and now lifelong friend and brother. I don’t listen to electronic music or dance, but that didn’t stop me and Conner from KILLING the dancefloor whenever you would DJ. I will never be able to repay you for all of the goodness you brought into my life, and I could write a novel about all of our good times. I will cherish every moment we shared. I will miss you dearly. I love you, Kyle.