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Daniel Lanois In Critical Condition

11:01 AM Tuesday 6/8/10 | |

Canadian singer/songwriter, guitarist and producer Daniel Lanois has canceled all upcoming appearances by his latest project, Daniel Lanois' Black Dub, after he was injured in a motorcycle accident last weekend in Los Angeles.

Lanois was hospitalized with “multiple injuries” following the crash, according to a press release quoted by Entertainment Weekly. The highly respected producer (U2, Bob Dylan) “is expected to be released from intensive care soon.”

“Due to the severity of the injuries, Lanois … will be recuperating for the next two months.”

Fans holding tickets for Black Dub’s July tour of Europe should check with point of purchase for refund information.

The band’s debut album has also been postponed and will be released “when circumstances permit.”


  1. nbarnett wrote:

    04:31 PM, Jun 08, 2010

    Get well soon...we anxiously await your return.


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