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Sam Smith suffered a hemorrhage to his vocal cords last week in Australia. Doctors had ordered the 22 year old British singer to stop performing, hoping to avoid any future damage.
Bad news for Sam Smith fans! The British singer suffered a hemorrhage to his vocal cords while on tour in Australia. In order to avoid any long term damage, doctors have ordered Sam to discontinue performing until he is healed.
All remaining dates on Sam’s Australian tour have been cancelled, including his performance at the upcoming Logie Awards.
Singer D’Angelo and the Vanguard have announced dates for the North American leg of the “Second Coming” Tour. The shows come in support of the R&B singer’s critically acclaimed 2014 album Black Messiah.
Fall Out Boy took to their Facebook page Thursday night to announce a co-headlining summer tour with rapper Wiz Khalifa. The opening act for each concert will be hip hop artist Hoodie Allen.
According to Pitchfork, Fleetwood Mac have added 28 dates to their current North American “On With the Show” tour. Stevie Nicks, Lindsay Buckingham, Christine McVie, Mick Fleetwood, and John McVie reunited for their first tour in 16 years featuring the five original band members.
Musical partners Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett will take the stage on New Year’s Eve at The Cosmopolitan casino in Las Vegas for their first show together in the U.S. The duo released a hit joint-album in September, called Cheek to Cheek.
Pop star Ariana Grande has announced her first North American headlining tour. The Honeymoon Tour will kick off on February 25, 2015 in Kansas City and will stop in 25 cities before wrapping up in Vancouver on April 16.
Fall will be an exciting season for Usher fans! After announcing plans for a tour last week, Usher has revealed a full list of cities that he’ll be stopping through starting in November. Along with the fall tour, Usher is also slated to release his eighth album.
2012 American Idol winner Phillip Phillips has a busy fall ahead of him, with nearly 40 concert dates scheduled September-December. This announcement from the pop-rock/folk-rock singer and guitarist comes after a summer tour with O.A.R., a series that followed the release of his second album, Behind the Light, in May, which includes singles “Raging Fire” and “Unpack Your Heart”.