Mourners plan to assemble Monday (Feb. 11) at a memorial service in Tennessee for musician Kyle Yorlets after the frontman for the rock band Carverton was gunned down throughout a theft.
The service shall be held at Belmont University, Yorlets’ alma mater, the Nashville-based band mentioned in an announcement. The band says “all are welcome to return and have a good time the lifetime of Kyle.”
Yorlets, 24, was fatally shot outdoors his dwelling Thursday, Metropolitan Nashville police mentioned.
Five youths in a stolen pickup truck had been in an alley behind Yorlets’ dwelling once they noticed him outdoors, police mentioned in an announcement. They are accused of stealing his pockets, demanding the keys to his automobile and taking pictures him when he refused.
Authorities later arrested the youths at a Nashville retailer and recovered two stolen, loaded pistols. The suspects ranging in age from 12 to 16 had been charged with prison murder, and prosecutors had been in search of to strive them as adults.
A local of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, Yorlets and guitarist Michael Curry of Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, fashioned Carverton in 2014. They moved to Nashville, with drummer Christian Ferguson and bassist Michael Wiebell becoming a member of in 2016. Yorlets graduated from Belmont in May 2017 and labored at eating places between performances.
The band’s debut album, Chasing Sounds, is due out on the finish of March. The band mentioned on its web site that “every track is about pivotal factors in a single’s life, leaving the listener feeling welcomed and accepted to a neighborhood that appreciates private development through the hardest of instances.”
Expanding on that theme, Yorlets defined, “We hope our music may be each relatable and inspiring to those that want it. Life is loopy and unpredictable, and we wish to painting that in our music.”
The band mentioned it's “heartbroken.”
“We are in a state of shock and are having to know the truth that's now in entrance of us,” the band’s assertion mentioned. “Our condolences for his household and family members and all of the lives that he touched. We will always remember Kyle, and although he's gone too quickly his legacy is right here to remain.”