Bruce Springsteen and The E Road Band have postponed all performances scheduled for September, beginning with Thursday’s present at JMA Wi-fi Dome in Syracuse, New York.
A post shared to X, previously often known as Twitter, on Wednesday said that the frontman is being handled for signs of peptic ulcer illness and that the postponement follows the “the choice of his medical advisors.”
In a press release to followers, the Boss wrote that he and the band are “heartbroken to should postpone these reveals.” He continued, “First, apologies to our fabulous Philly followers who we missed just a few weeks in the past. We’ll be again to select these reveals up after which some. Thanks to your understanding and assist.”
He ended his message on a hopeful notice, saying “We’ve been having a blast at our U.S. reveals and we’re trying ahead to extra nice instances. We’ll be again quickly.”
Springsteen and The E Road Band had been additionally scheduled to go to a number of cities throughout North America this month together with Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Vancouver, and Toronto. No particulars on whether or not their December performances in Inglewood and San Francisco had been talked about.
This tour was beforehand introduced in February and adopted a six-year break from the highway for the E Road Band, their longest since reforming in 1999.
Quickly after the tour kicked off, Covid rapidly hit E Road as band members Steven Van Zandt and violinist/singer Soozie Tyrell missed Texas gigs after testing constructive; saxophonist Jake Clemons and half of the E Road’s touring backup singers additionally missed subsequent dates.
In March, extra reveals had been postponed “because of sickness,” however the band didn’t disclose which members had been sick. On the time, Van Zandt assured followers on social media that there was no “should be anxious or afraid. Nothing critical. Only a non permanent state of affairs. We are going to all be again in full pressure very quickly.” When requested whether or not the reveals had been postponed or canceled, the guitarist added, “Postponed. We don’t cancel.”