Singer Ringo Starr, 82, has canceled two performances he would make in the United States this weekend. He would be affected by a health problem that affected his voice, making it impossible for him to go on stage.
According to the newspaper O Globo, Starr had a confirmed performance this Saturday at a Michigan casino, which ended up canceled hours before it happened. The establishment itself expressed itself on the subject on its social networks.
“Ringo is sick and was waiting [mesmo assim] able to present themselves, hence the late decision. However, that [a doença] affected his voice. For this reason, tonight’s show, scheduled to start in a few hours, has been cancelled,” the casino said, without specifying what the illness was that affected the former Beatle.
On Sunday, it was time for another performance by Ringo to be canceled at the last minute, this time in Minesotta – and again under the justification of the illness that would have affected the artist’s voice.
A third concert by the musician remains confirmed for tomorrow in Winnipeg, Canada.