Bruce Springsteen’s Vocal Woes Force Concert Postponements


Bruce Springsteen postpones concerts due to vocal issues

Bruce Springsteen’s Vocal Woes Strike Again

Bruce Springsteen’s iconic voice has taken a hit, forcing him to postpone three European concerts over the next fortnight. The Boss, accompanied by his faithful E Street Band, was set to grace the stages of Marseille, France; Prague, Czechia; and Milan, Italy, but fate had other plans.

A Vocal Setback

On Sunday, Springsteen’s team made the unfortunate announcement on Instagram, revealing that “following yesterday’s postponement in Marseille due to vocal issues, further examination and consulting has led doctors to determine that Bruce should not perform for the next ten days.”

With this disappointing news, additional postponements became necessary. Fans eagerly awaiting his performances at Airport Letnany in Prague (originally scheduled for May 28) and San Siro Stadium in Milan (set for June 1 and 3) will now have to wait.

Refunds and Recover

Springsteen’s camp understands the inconvenience and disappointment caused by these postponements. They have assured fans that new show dates will be announced shortly and that refunds are available at the original point of purchase.

“Bruce is recuperating comfortably,” the statement added, providing some solace to worried fans.

A History of Health Challenges

This is not the first time that Springsteen has faced health-related setbacks. In 2013, he had to postpone his “Born in the U.S.A.” tour due to peptic ulcer disease. The tour was eventually rescheduled and resumed in March of this year.

Tour Resumption in Sight

Despite the temporary setback, the band remains optimistic about resuming their tour. They are scheduled to take the stage at the Civitas Metropolitan in Madrid, Spain, on June 12.

Bruce Springsteen has always been renowned for his raw and powerful vocal performances. His fans eagerly await his recovery and the opportunity to witness his iconic music live and in person.