Morrissey Recovering From Medical Emergency After Postponement of Canadian Concerts
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The 'Suedehead' singer is expected to resume his tour in Canada on April 26 after being forced to reschedule his shows at the Orpheum in Vancouver as well as a gig in Edmonton.

AceShowbiz - Morrissey has been forced to postpone three dates in Canada due to a "medical emergency".

The British rocker has rescheduled shows at the Orpheum in Vancouver - set for Sunday and Monday, April 14-15 - to October, after reportedly falling ill in Europe. A third date in Edmonton on Thursday has also been axed.

Promoters have assured fans Morrissey is "on the path to a swift recovery", and his Canadian tour will resume in Toronto on April 26.

"Morrissey looks forward to making his long-awaited return to the city and wishes to deeply thank everyone for their patience," a message reads.

There has been no mention of what led to the medical emergency.

The "Suedehead" star's Canada dates - hist first in the country in almost two decades - will include another Toronto date and a show in Montreal.

Morrissey's upcoming Broadway residency to promote his new album California Son will not be affected by the concert cancellations.

He will hit the stage at the Lunt-Fontanne theatre for a string of dates beginning in May.

The former The Smiths star will then hit the road in the U.S. with "Interpol" later this year.

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