Having announced that he has suffered from some severe back pain for the past few weeks, Jonny Craig, frontman for California based post-hardcore outfit Slaves, has sadly been hospitalised and undergone treatment and three major surgery procedures in an effort to relieve the pain.
The vocalist is currently recovering from the aforementioned operations that have been carried out, and as a result has previously announced that the band have been forced to postpone some of their upcoming dates over in the US. The statement confirming this can be seen below:
Following this, with Craig‘s treatment and recovery from the surgeries still ongoing, the band have now announced that they’ve been forced to cancel and postpone their forthcoming headline dates across both the UK and Europe. You can read the statement below:
All postponed UK dates are listed below:
MARCH 23 – BRIGHTON, Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar
MARCH 24 – LONDON, O2 Islington Academy
MARCH 25 – BRISTOL, Thekla
MARCH 27 – BIRMINGHAM, Rainbow Complex
MARCH 28 – NOTTINGHAM, Rock City
MARCH 29 – GLASGOW, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
MARCH 30 – MANCHESTER, Sound Control
As explained in the band’s above statement, tickets for all dates will remain valid for the forthcoming rescheduled dates which will be confirmed and announced in the coming weeks.
We here at DEAD PRESS! wish Jonny Craig a swift and full recovery.
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