Alan Parsons underwent an “pressing spinal surgical procedure” on Friday (Jun. 24) and postponed a collection of tour dates consequently, his daughter reported.
The rocker had been gearing as much as assist the launch of his new album From the New World, which arrives on Jul. 15, however skilled a well being problem that pressured him to alter plans.
Saying she was writing “on behalf of our whole household,” Tabitha Parsons defined through social media: “We’d like to increase our sincerest gratitude to everybody for the outpouring of affection, assist, nicely needs, and ideas and prayers expressed for Alan and our household as he confronted this pressing spinal surgical procedure. The surgical procedure was a hit and Alan is now comfortably resting at dwelling. There might be some prolonged restoration time, however he might be again to his regular and pain-free self quickly sufficient.”
She added: “We have now some live performance dates on the schedule for the autumn which can proceed as deliberate and we hope to get any rescheduled dates confirmed and on the schedule shortly. Thanks once more from the underside of our hearts in your continued assist.”
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Parsons’ label, Frontiers Music, lately described From the New World as that includes “the basic sound [he] has turn into identified for throughout his spectacular 50-plus 12 months profession by fusing progressive, symphonic and basic rock parts collectively.” The album options Tommy Shaw, Joe Bonamassa, David Pack and James Durbin as company. It’s out there for pre-order now.
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