Foo Fighters cancel tour ‘to heal’ after Taylor Hawkins’ death – NewzBugs

The Foo Fighters have pulled the plug on their world tour throughout the wake of the newest, untimely loss of life of their drummer Taylor Hawkins.

A press launch from the band’s social media accounts on Tuesday confirmed what many fans suspected — that they’ve definitely canceled their remaining reveals and returned residence to the US.

“It’s with nice unhappiness that Foo Fighters verify the cancellation of all upcoming tour dates in gentle of the staggering lack of our brother Taylor Hawkins,” the group wrote. “We’re sorry for and share within the disappointment that we gained’t be seeing each other as deliberate. As a substitute, let’s take this time to grieve, to heal, to tug our family members shut, and to understand all of the music and reminiscences we’ve made collectively. With Love, Foo Fighters.”

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Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins died on March 25, 2022, on the age of fifty.
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Hawkins, 50, was found unresponsive in his resort room sooner than the band was scheduled to play a gift in Bogota, Colombia, on Friday. From there, they’d deliberate dates all by the Americas and Europe.

Hawkins had reportedly complained of chest pains sooner than going alone to his resort room. Medical authorities in Colombia have stated that the musician had apparently suffered from an enlarged coronary coronary heart muscle, most likely leading to cardiac arrest, and as well as reportedly harbored 10 completely completely different treatment in his system on the time of loss of life.

Earlier this month, the Foo Fighters had been launched as performers at this Sunday’s 2022 Grammy Awards on the MGM Grand Backyard Enviornment in Las Vegas. 

There was no phrase however on whether or not or not the band members would nonetheless make an look on the event to pay tribute to Hawkins. The Submit has reached out to the band’s representatives for comment.

Simply remaining month, Grohl, 53, ruminated on his musical band of brothers in an interview with The Submit.

“There’s one thing about strolling onstage along with your guys. There’s a safety in that,” he talked about. “There’s one thing about being a bunch, that it’s not simply me in opposition to the world — it’s us in opposition to the world. I don’t know what it’s prefer to be a solo artist, however I do know what it’s prefer to be in a f—king band. And I gotta say, it feels good.”

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