For the second time in three days, The Rolling Stones have postponed a concert so that singer Mick Jagger can rest his voice.
Bad news. The Rolling Stones postpone another show on their "Bigger Bang" world tour. To their fans' dismal the band has been forced to cancel their rare theater show at New York's Beacon Theatre scheduled for Tuesday evening Oct 31st after frontman Mick Jagger was struck down by a sore throat.
Due to the sick, doctors advised the rocker to rest his voice, which unfortunately forced his band to, in addition to the Tuesday show, also postpone their Friday night Oct 27th concert in Atlantic City, New Jersey. This is the second time that Jagger's throat has affected the Stones tour. In August the band cancelled two dates in Spain after the singer contracted laryngitis.
The Stones, however, has rescheduled the Atlantic City show for November 18, with the scheduled November 19 show in Los Angeles likely to be moved back as a result. Moreover, there are also reports mention that the November 22 show in Hawaii will also need to be cancelled.