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David Crosby Postpones Shows After Heart Surgery

David Crosby heart surgeryDavid Crosby has postponed a sold-out run of shows on the West Coast after undergoing heart surgery last night. The singer expects to be back on the road by March.

According to a statement releasedto the press, Crosby underwent a cardiac catheterization to clear a blocked coronary artery. Though the surgery was successful and Crosby is expected to make a full recovery, several dates on his sold-out solo tour will have to be rescheduled.

“I’m very glad that I listened to my doctors and my family. It seems that I am once again a very lucky man,” Crosby said in a statement. “I’m sorry to have to move the dates, but I promise the music will be good when we do play them.”

Crosby is scheduled to go on tour with Crosby, Stills and Nash in March; those shows are still on. His rescheduled solo tour (in support of his new album Croz) is listed below.

– 3/16 The Barns at Wolftrap Vienna, VA (previously 2/4)

– 3/25 The Barns at Wolftrap Vienna, VA (previously 2/3)

– TBA The Troubadour Los Angeles, CA (previously 2/23)

– TBA The Troubadour Los Angeles, CA (previously 2/24)

– TBA The Troubadour Los Angeles, CA (previously 2/25)

– TBA The Troubadour Los Angeles, CA (previously 2/26)

– TBA The Troubadour Los Angeles, CA (previously 2/27)

– 4/20 Great American Music Hall San Francisco, CA (previously 2/20)

– 4/21 Great American Music Hall San Francisco, CA (previously 2/21)

– 7/20 City Winery Chicago, IL (previously 2/8)

– 7/21 City Winery Chicago, IL (previously 2/9)

NOTE: All dates at the Troubadour have been rescheduled for an unspecified date in April.

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