Rod Stewart advised followers this weekend he was “downhearted” over having to cancel a live performance in Australia simply hours earlier than the present due to a viral an infection.
“Hey my pals, I’m completely downhearted that I’m disappointing my followers who purchased tickets to A Day On The Inexperienced,” the 78-year-old rocker wrote on his social media accounts. “Late this morning I used to be suggested that I’ve a viral infection and my throat is just too irritated to sing.
“I’m solely human and sometimes get sick similar to you do. My best pleasure is performing for you, so I’m doing every little thing I can to get on the mend and get again on stage.”
Hours earlier than, Dwell Nation and Roadhouse Leisure mentioned the live performance in Geelong Saturday had been canceled “resulting from sickness.” The “Maggie Might” singer shared the announcement on his social media.
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“We apologize for the frustration and inconvenience to ticket holders,” the assertion mentioned. “An extra announcement concerning the live performance preparations can be made early subsequent week.”
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The “Have I advised You Currently That I Love You” singer was within the nation for a “Hits” tour with company Cyndi Lauper and Jon Stevens.
The tour began March 11 in Perth and is anticipated to conclude April 2 in Bowral. His subsequent present is scheduled for Tuesday.
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The rocker obtained effectively needs on social media from followers telling him to “Get effectively quickly” and that they “completely perceive.”
Final week, Stewart posted a brief video from the primary evening of the tour that confirmed him singing “You Put on it Effectively” and dancing throughout the stage.
“And we’re off!” he captioned the publish. “First evening of Australian tour in Perth was a implausible one.”
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Following his Australian tour, Stewart has exhibits in New Zealand, beginning April 5.