Music Bunbury announces that he is retiring from the stage due to health problems
On the night of Saturday to Sunday, the soloist and
former member of Héroes del Silencio,
, has announced that he cannot continue his tour due to throat problems and that the two concerts given in the United States have been the last.
In an urgent statement, published on his social networks, the singer has stated that when they announced the concerts of "
The Last Tour"
they wanted to fulfill the commitments they already had in the United States and Spain and tried to leave as much time as possible between concerts to that the voice "could answer".
This last tour began in
and continued in
where the singer enjoyed what he proudly says were "two fabulous concerts, both from the public and from us."
The third concert was going to take place this Sunday in
, but one day after the celebration, the artist's throat problems increased: "What I thought was going to be controlled, is totally out of my hands and wishes," he stated in the notice.
After this episode Bunbury has maintained not to consider further cancellations or postpone events and "with all the pain in his heart" has brought forward
the end of his live concerts
All the people who had purchased tickets, and who had
on the North American tour, can return them in the same places where they purchased it.
Bunbury says goodbye hoping for the understanding of his fans "at this very painful moment" for him and his entire team.
The singer from Zaragoza had concerts pending in Chicago, Houston, El Paso, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Anaheim.
In addition, the farewell tour in Spain was going to pass through Cádiz, Murcia, Mallorca, Málaga, Pontevedra, Alicante, Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Zaragoza, Granada, Madrid, Barcelona, Seville and Valencia.
The former member of Heroes del Silencio announced at the beginning of the year that he suffered
from throat problems
, and these episodes have increased, making it difficult for him to breathe.
February 14 was the first time that, due to medical prescription, the
singer canceled three concerts.
Bunbury stopped for a week and promised to find the time to resume those shows.
Two weeks later, on February 28, the singer published a statement in which he told what was happening to him.
On the "Mutaciones" tour of 2015 and 2016 and, above all, on the next one entitled "Expectaciones" that lasted from 2017 to 2019, he began to notice a discomfort that he was not able to locate.
"From the moment I leave my house and trips and shows begin, a compendium of
symptoms and pains accompany me from the morning until the moment I get on the show
. The reality is that my throat closes and irritates, and my respiratory tract makes it difficult the slightest exercise and the execution of my work," he said in the statement.
The singer maintained that what was a "pleasure and delight" had become a "
source of immense pain and suffering
" and commented that this only happened to him on tour.
Despite the point and end of the concerts, Bunbury
does not intend to retire from music
"Endless possibilities open up before me, in which the creative, that is, composing songs, recording albums, painting and writing poetry books, are part of my goals," he shared.
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