While Buckingham’s North American tour is set to go up this month, it’s not clear whether it will go on as scheduled.
Due to “ongoing health difficulties,” Lindsey Buckingham has had to postpone the remainder of his European tour for 2022.
Unfortunately, the rest of Lindsey Buckingham’s current European tour must be postponed as he continues to battle health problems. Buckingham’s officials claimed in a statement that “refunds will be provided from the time of purchase.” “Lindsey extends his sincerest regrets to all of his admirers who were planned to attend, and he hopes to return to Europe in the future.”
Lindsey Buckingham Cancels European Tour
Tonight (October 3), tomorrow (October 4), and Saturday (October 6) were to be the dates in Scotland where the former Fleetwood Mac guitarist will play before continuing on to the United States for further gigs. If the Buckinghams’ scheduled tour dates in the United States will go forward is still unknown.
As 2019 began, Buckingham had a health scare and needed emergency open heart surgery. The surgery was mostly successful, although it temporarily injured his vocal cords.
Buckingham is currently on the road to promote his upcoming self-titled album, due out in 2021. On August 1st, he and Johnny Marr opened for The Killers at a show in Los Angeles, playing guitar on “Mr. Brightside.” Although he is no longer a member of Fleetwood Mac (he was famously expelled in 2018 when bandmate/ex-flame Stevie Nicks became “a little bit like Trump”), his contributions to the band’s discography are prominent on our list of their best albums.
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