AC/DC’s health concerns and Jonas Brothers’ holiday plans top the daily tour recap for September 28, as compiled by TicketNews. Australian hard rock crew...

AC/DC’s health concerns and Jonas Brothers’ holiday plans top the daily tour recap for September 28, as compiled by TicketNews.

Australian hard rock crew AC/DC postponed the first six dates of its late fall 2009 tour of North America. The delays came after singer Brian Johnson underwent an unspecified medical procedure and was ordered to rest by his doctor.

In other tour news, Jonas Brothers will be launching a holiday jaunt this December with their 12 Days of Christmas Tour. It appears, though, that the sibling trio’s dates were leaked earlier than intended by Live Nation, since the tour producer quickly removed evidence of the planned performances from its site.

Those are the complete tour announcements for this Monday. Check out highlights of the day’s other updates in brief below:

The Devil Wears Prada and All That Remains have mapped a year-end tour of the United States with Story of the Year and Haste the Day. The four bands will perform at least 22 times from November 23 at Water St. Music Hall in Rochester, NY, through December 21 at Crocodile Rock Café in Allentown, PA. Highlights include November 30 at Sokol Auditorium / Underground in Omaha, NE; December 9 at the Grove of Anaheim in Anaheim, CA; and December 19 at Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh, NC.

Papa Roach will follow a fall filled with European and UK tour dates with a brief U.S. outing. The hard rock crew has confirmed six shows from October 25 at Aztec Music Hall in Amarillo, TX, through November 14 at Metropolitan Park in Jacksonville, FL. Other stops along the way are October 26 at Ogden Theatre in Denver, CO; October 28 at Five Flags Center in Dubuque, IA; October 30 at Murat Egyptian Room in Indianapolis, IN; and November 5 at The Roy Wilkins Auditorium in St. Paul, MN.

Don Henley is leaving his Eagles counterparts behind for a brief November tour of North America. The veteran musician has eight concerns on the books, from November 4 at MGM Grand at Foxwoods in Mashantucket, CT, through November 20 at Constant Convocation Center in Norfolk, VA. Some of the other events on Henley’s brief fall calendar are booked for November 11 at Citi Performing Arts Center in Boston, MA, and November 17 at Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, ON.

Peter and Paul have announced their first concert since the September 16 passing of Mary Travers, who rounded out the lineup for folk group Peter, Paul and Mary. The surviving musicians, Peter Yarrow and Noel “Paul” Stookey, will continue on as a duo with a December 4 concert at the Capitol One Bank Theatre in Westbury, NY. Their most recent performance was also as a duet on August 22 at Wolftrap in Vienna, VA, where they performed in tribute to Travers’ whose health was failing after a long battle with leukemia.

The Academy Is… will follow up its lengthy Alternative Press Tour with at least three solo concerts in late November. Those recent additions to the band’s 2009 itinerary are November 17 at Underground at Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY; November 19 at Chubby Rain House of Tunes in Poplar Grove, IL; and November 20 at The Historic Southgate House in Newport, KY. The AP Tour picks up tonight, September 28, at the House of Blues in Chicago, IL, and runs through November 15 at After Bar in Pittsburgh, PA.