Kings Of Leon Pulling The Plug On Tour
[lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Kings of Leon[/lastfm] is cancelling the rest of their US Tour because ”allegedly” leadsinger, Caleb Folowill, is having health issues.
“We are so sorry to say Kings of Leon are canceling their entire US tour due to Caleb Followill suffering from vocal issues and exhaustion”, stated a rep for the band.
The statement continues, “The band is devastated, but in order to give their fans the shows they deserve, they need to take this break. Unfortunately, the US dates cannot be rescheduled due to the band’s international tour schedule.”
The rep tells us tickets will be refunded — and the band will resume touring in Canada on September 28th.
Friday night in Dallas was the last stop for KOL. Apparently it was “too hot” for lead singer Caleb Followill. He got on stage and said “My voice is completely 100 percent gone,”
After a few more songs, he announced to the audience: “I’m gonna go back stage for a second, I’m gonna vomit, I’m gonna drink a beer and I’m gonna come back out and play three more songs.”
He never came back. The band was mortified and with good reason.
Concert goers say it was a train wreck on stage.
Sounds like Caleb might of been sent to away ”rest.”
KOL Press Release stated: …The band is devastated, but in order to give their fans the shows they deserve, they need to take this break. Unfortunately, the US dates cannot be rescheduled due to the band’s international tour schedule. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase. Tickets purchased online or via phones will be automatically refunded. The band will resume touring in Canada at the Rogers Center in Vancouver, BC, on September 28th. That show was originally schedule for September 14th.
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