Dwane shows off his newly-shaved head in a picture while thanking fans for their support and well wishes as he had a brain surgery to remove a blood clot.
Mumford & Sons' member Ted Dwane is on the mend after having a brain surgery to remove a blood clot earlier this month. The bassist posted a message on the band's official website to give update on his condition and assured fans that he's doing well after the health scare.
Along with a picture of him with a shaved head, Dwane jokingly wrote, "Bear with a sore head!" On a serious note, he thanked fans for their outpouring support, "Thanks so much for all the well wishing, it seems to be working!" excitedly adding, "I'm home."
Due to the unforeseen circumstances, Mumford & Sons canceled some of their scheduled shows including at the Bonnaroo music festival in Manchester, Tennessee this past weekend. The Grammy-winning British folk band was replaced by Jack Johnson at the gig.
Mumford & Sons is still scheduled to perform later this month at U.K. biggest festival, Glastonbury. They are set to headline the event alongside The Rolling Stones and Arctic Monkeys. Next month, they are expected to take the stage at London's Olympic Park on July 6.