Friday, May 20, 2011

Sabina postponed for an "acute diverticulitis" tour of Mexico and the U.S.

New York / Mexico, May 19 (EFE) .- The Spanish singer Joaquin Sabina announced today that it had postponed the scheduled tour U.S. in May and June in Mexico due to discomfort caused by "acute diverticulitis" at risk of complications . His promoter in Mexico ErreEle Productions said in a statement Thursday, "during a scheduled review of complaints in recent days, the artist was diagnosed with" an 'acute diverticulitis' at risk of complications in their current state.

" For the complete healing of Sabina, he added, "is recommended complete rest at home for six weeks from today's date." After this diagnosis, doctors asked the singer not to perform "Flight of the risks that could arise," said the promoter. For this reason, the Spanish singer had to suspend their first U.S.

concert, part of his tour "The penultimate train," said his spokesman in New York. "Sabina's tour has been postponed on medical prescription," said the source, which indicated that the dates of the concerts in the U.S.. UU. "Go for October." Sabina was also scheduled performances at the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City, for 11, 12 and 14 June and have been rescheduled for 4, 5 and 7 November, said ErreEle Productions.

The artist "deeply regrets" the postponement of concerts and "the inconvenience caused to all those people who had already purchased his tickets (for the Auditorium)," it added. Last April, told Efe, the singer said that "fear, just fear," was what he had "stayed away" due in the United States.

"The truth is that I'm scared to death. I have that mythical image of New York, the great Babel where they performed the greatest artists throughout history. It's a little intimidating, and more for a child of the province, like me, then said the singer. Sabina also mentioned other reasons such as its many commitments in Latin America, a continent that confessed to being madly "in love."

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