Danny Carey, an American drummer, and his long-time companion Rynne Stump have a five-year-old son named Zola. They welcomed their kid in early 2015 and have been savoring their time together as a family.
Rynne Stump is his partner
Stump, who was born on January 5th, is the founder and organizer of Stumpfest, a yearly music festival held in Portland, Oregon. The festival brings together musicians from all walks of life for a couple of nights of musical fun at Mississippi Studios.
The concert was supposed to take place in April 2021, however, it was postponed because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The manager of the Children of Saturn radio show is Carey’s partner.
She’s also a PADI (Professional Association of Diving Instructors) instructor, which is the world’s largest scuba diver training organization.
The couple has a child together
On June 10, 2015, Carey and Stump had their first child, a son named Zola. The new mother announced the birth of their baby son on her Facebook page. On June 17, 2015, she shared a family photo with her newborn.
Existential Recording, a Twitter handle dedicated to Carey’s band Tool, congratulated the Kansas native and his girlfriend a few days later. Carey was photographed holding his son shortly after his birth, according to the page.
While Carey has kept his personal life private, his partner, Stump, has kept fans informed about Zola by posting images of him on her Facebook page.
Are Rynne Stump and Danny Carey married?
The drummer for Tool and his partner had a child together, but it’s unclear when they met. It’s also unclear whether they’re just dating or have already married.
Carey was married to Sabine Broseid before Stump. On March 23, 1997, the couple married, and in early 2000, the 59-year-old drummer filed for divorce at the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Los Angeles, California.