R&B/jazz singer Natalie Cole has cancelled all of her October concerts, totaling 11 shows, following her September 12 hospitalization for Hepatitis C.
The tour has been put on hold while she recuperates from side-effects from her medication and gains strength. In July Cole said she was suffering from hepatitis C, a liver disease spread through contact with infected blood, most likely caused by her drug use years ago.
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Cole recently released her latest album, “Still Unforgettable,” a set of American standards. It was a follow up to her 1991 “Unforgettable … With Love,” which sold more than 14 million copies worldwide and earned Cole several Grammy Awards. The title track from 1991 album was a posthumous duet with her father Nat King Cole. The new album finds her singing once again with her late father on the lead single, “Walkin’ My Baby Back Home.”
Natalie Cole cancelled events:
|October 7||Indiana, PA||Fisher Auditorium|
|October 9||Bethesda, MD||Music Center at Strathmore|
|October 10||Brookville, NY||Tilles CPA|
|October 11||Newport News, VA||Ferguson Center|
|October 12||Charlottesville, VA||Paramount Theatre|
|October 15||Ft. Walton Beach, FL||Emerald Coast CC|
|October 17||Birmingham, AL||BJCC Concert Hall|
|October 18||Columbus, GA||Rivercenter|
|October 19||Atlanta, GA||Cobb Energy PAC|
|October 22||Brampton, ON||Rose Theatre|
|October 23||Windsor, ON||Casino Windsor|