THE ROLLING STONES had to cancel another concert in Spain last night (Wednesday June 17) due to Mick Jagger’s laryngitis.
As reported yesterday, the band had already had to bail out of their Milan, Italy concert on Tuesday. Last night their date in Bilbao, Spain, also had to be stopped. The accident prone tour kicked off on June 13 in Nuremburg, Germany, after a three-week hiatus caused by Keith Richards breaking a rib in a fall at his house in Conneticut. But on the first night, fans reported Jagger’s voice was in trouble.
The two affected dates are expected to be rescheduled for September.
The Stones’ UK spokesman was unavailable for comment.
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