The Who have been forced to cancel a few upcoming dates on their ongoing Moving On Tour to allow singer Roger Daltrey to rest up and recover from a current bout of Bronchitis.

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Guitarist Pete Townshend took to social media on Thursday to share the tour update, which includes the cancelation of their shows at the American Airlines Center Dallas, TX (9/27) and the Pepsi Center in Denver, CO (9/29). The band had been forced to prematurely end their performance at the Toyota Center in Houston, TX earlier this week after Daltrey’s voice gave out after just eight songs into the show.

According to the video posted by Townshend, the band hopes to make the shows up again in spring 2020, when they’ll also apparently perform at next year’s New Orleans Jazz Festival.

“We will redo those shows, including probably coming back to Houston and re-gig that show because we only played 45 minutes last night, next April or May,” he says in the video. “We’re doing the New Orleans Jazz Festival I believe and we’ll probably come straight into Dallas or Houston and up to Denver to replace those shows.”

Watch the announcement from Townshend below.


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The Who’s next performance as part of their ongoing arena tour will take place at San Francisco’s new Chase Center on October 9th. The band also recently announced the forthcoming release of their next studio album, Who, which is set for a November 22nd arrival via Polydor Records.

Head to the band’s website for updated ticketing and tour info.