Jet forced to postpone more European dates do to singer’s throat trouble

Jet has announced the band will be forced to postpone part of their current European tour due to lead singer Nic Cester’s continued throat trouble. The band was forced to cancel shows two weeks ago after Cester developed laryngitis, but have now announced they will be canceling shows on Oct. 14th to Oct. 25 while the singer deals with nodules on his vocal chords. The shows will be re-scheduled.

Cester completely lost his voice in New York two weeks ago, and was told by doctors to rest his voice before completing the band’s U.S. tour. The group postpone two shows (which have already been rescheduled), but Cester has developed nodules on his vocal chord as a result of returning to the stage before being fully recovered.

The doctors have said that the nodules are small, and with rest and treatment should disappear completely. Cester is expected to spent the next two weeks in London undergoing specialist treatment. Following the treatment, he will join his bandmates on their current world tour in support of their new album ‘Shine On’ – which was released in the U.S. last week.

‘Shine On’ is now available at Amazon. Visit the music database for more information, a link to M&C’s review of the album and a complete track list.

The following dates have been postponed and will be re-scheduled. Tickets for original shows will be valid for re-scheduled dates. A further announcement regarding re-scheduled dates will be made shortly. Visit M&C’s Concert Ticket Database for more information on how you can purchase tickets to see Jet live.

14 October – Elysee Montmatre, Paris

15 October – Melkweg, Amsterdam

16 October – Grosse Freiheit, Hamburg

17 October – Postbahnhof, Berlin

19 October – Muffathalle, Munich

20 October – New Age Club, Treviso

21 October – Rolling Stone, Milan

22 October – City Halle, Winterhur

24 October – Razzamataza, Barcelona

25 October – Arena, Madrid


 

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