Greta Van Fleet cancels tour dates due to singers disease
Greta Van Fleet was forced to cancel the remain shows of the Australian tour. The reason is a pharyngitis contracted by vocalist Josh Kiszka, which will impede the performances.
The band even performed in Sydney on Saturday, 2, before reporting the cancellation.
Josh has released a clarification that promises to be “working to return and reward” fans.
Dear fans from Melbourne,
I have very sad news. Unfortunately, somewhere between the US trips to Japan and Australia, I contracted a respiratory disease that evolved into laryngitis. I’m trying to recover, but I cannot get rid of it. Doctors informed me that presenting myself in these conditions would damage my vocal chords. It’s something I cannot risk. So we need to reschedule the shows for today and tomorrow.
It means the world can play for you. Cut my heart to have to do it. But I must take my health seriously so as not to take any more serious risks.
I’m sorry for making this announcement. We are already working on a moment to return and reward you. We will announce this soon.
I hope you can understand. This was a difficult and disappointing situation for all of us.”
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