Enlarge Every Time I Die at The Masonic, San Francisco, CA, June 25, 2019. Photo Credit: Simmons Tobias for MetalSucks

Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley Is an Ordained Minister Now

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It’s honestly not that big a deal to become an ordained minister — I know multiple people who have done it in order to officiate friends’ weddings. You don’t have to jump through many hoops or declare allegiance to any particular religion or anything like that. It’s not like becoming a priest or whatever.

Still, there’s something undeniably charming about the fact that Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley has a) become an ordained minister and b) is apparently willing to do weddings:

Every Time I Die have been using a live backdrop made to look like stained glass windows recently (see the pics at the top of this post and below); I dunno if that has anything to do with why Buckley pursued his new title or not. But I, for one, an e-mailing him to put down a deposit right now. Am I engaged? Nope. Not even seeing anyone. I just wanna know Keith is available if I ever need him. “We were married by the singer for Every Time I Die” makes a way cooler wedding story than “We were married by Rabbi Schlomo Moscovitz.”

Every Time I Die are playing three shows as part of New York’s Rocks Off Cruises at the end of this month. I saw them play one of these boat gigs a couple of years ago and it was a blast — I highly recommend it. Get tickets here.

Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley Is an Ordained Minister Now
Every Time I Die at The Masonic, San Francisco, CA, June 25, 2019. Photo Credit: Simmons Tobias for MetalSucks
Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley Is an Ordained Minister Now
Every Time I Die at The Masonic, San Francisco, CA, June 25, 2019. Photo Credit: Simmons Tobias for MetalSucks
Every Time I Die’s Keith Buckley Is an Ordained Minister Now
Every Time I Die at The Masonic, San Francisco, CA, June 25, 2019. Photo Credit: Simmons Tobias for MetalSucks

[via The PRP]

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