Citing a vertebrae issue, the American songwriter and guitarist, Bob Seger has postponed his remaining concert tours to the count of 19 of them. Previously, on Saturday, September 30, his last show was postponed in Columbus and now the singer’s website announced that the singer has taken doctor’s advice to rest his vertebrae seriously. The website put out in a statement, “I’m so disappointed to have to suspend the tour as the band is on a great roll,” Seger said in a statement. “It’s a privilege to play for our amazing fans. Hoping to be back out on the road very soon.”
The tour called “Runaway Train” tour saw its first concert date in the month of August 2017 and was scheduled to conclude on November 17 with his album, ‘I Knew You When’ releasing. Though the dates for the concerts that have been postponed will have to be rescheduled to future dates, the tickets already bought will reportedly be valued and even refunded at the place of purchase.
The shows that were to take place starting from Columbus to Greenville, S.C., Atlanta, Des Moines, St. Louis, Kansas City, The Woodlands, Frisco, Texas, Austin, Texas, Denver, Phoenix, Oakland, Inglewood, Boise, Idaho, Portland, Ore, Seattle, Billings, Mont. and St. Paul, Minn and lastly Chicago will now be postponed by the singer of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on doctor’s orders. The last show played in this tour was on September 28 in Pittsburgh. It was his 14th show in Columbus that was postponed due to a nerve pinch.
The reschedules dates are still to be announced. Bob Seger and his team have played on 13 dates in this tour so far, where some of the places he was to play at would have reportedly seen his final shows.
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