David Crosby has postponed four sold-out concerts that he was scheduled to play this past week in support of his new solo album, Croz . The folk-rock legend pulled out of two shows that were to have taken place on Tuesday and Wednesday at The Barns at Wolf Trap in Vienna, Virginia, and another pair of gigs slated to be held Saturday and Sunday at City Winery in Chicago.
The February 3 and 4 Virginia shows have been rescheduled for March 16 and 25, respectively, while the February 8 and 9 Chicago concerts will now be held on July 21 and 22. While "unforeseen circumstances" have been cited as the reason for the postponements, Crosby has commented on his Twitter feed and that he and members of his band and crew have all been fighting bad colds. He wrote on Tuesday, "very bad cough / cold..very very bad."
Crosby's next concert is scheduled for February 20 at San Francisco's Great American Music Hall. Visit DavidCrosby.com/Tour to check out all of his upcoming dates.
In other news, Croz landed at #36 on the Billboard 200 after its first week of release, marking the first time a Crosby solo album has entered the chart since his debut solo effort, If I Could Only Remember My Name , in 1971. Croz also bowed at #2 on Billboard 's Top Folk Albums tally.
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