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Los Lonely Boys Cancel Dates

11:01 AM Thursday 4/22/10 |   |

A rather nasty vocal malady has forced Los Lonely Boys to cancel dates through mid-May as well as hold up a CD release.

Doctors at the Colorado Voice Clinic told Los Lonely Boys member Jojo Garza to refrain from singing after discovering lesions on the bassist’s vocal cords.

  • Los Lonely Boys, Santana

    Carlos Santana with Los Lonely Boys guitarist Henry Garza during rehearsal for the American Music Awards.
    November 22, 2005

    (AP Photo)

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“My voice specialist told me it’s vital to take care of this medical issue now if I want to continue making music,” Garza said in a statement. Or, more likely wrote in a statement. “Nothing is more important to me than sharing this passion with my fans, so I cannot ignore this problem. My brothers and I promise to do our best to make up these shows.”

Canceled shows range from the band’s April 21 gig in Missoula, Mont., through a May 12 show in Odense, Denmark.

In a double-dose of bad news, the band’s upcoming CD scheduled to be released in the fall, is now on hold.

For more information, click here for the Los Lonely Boys website.


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