Suffering from the infamous “croaky throat” malady, Adams acknowledged the ailment via Twitter after his Oct. 7 gig at Milwaukee’s Riverside Theatre, calling it “a croaky night to remember.”
One day later, the Canadian rocker issued a tweet indicating he was still under the weather, saying he was “going home” and that he “must have gotten the same London lurgy as @OfficialAdele” – in a reference to the Brit singer who has suffered more than her fair share of vocal problems this year.
Adams’ croaky throat resulted in postponing shows on his “Bare Bones” solo acoustic tour from Oct. 8 through the end of the month. While most venues have announced new dates, a replacement day for Adams’ Oct. 8 gig in Chicago at the Chicago Theatre is still being worked out.
Pieced together from Adams’ tweets and individual venue announcements, here is what his revised schedule looks like so far, with two shows rescheduled for late October and the rest moved to January.
Oct. 9 in Springfield, Mo., moved to Jan. 29.
Oct. 10 in Fort Smith Ark. moved to Oct. 29.
Oct. 11 in Vicksburg, Miss., moved to Oct. 30.
Oct. 12 in Tuscaloosa, Ala., moved to Jan. 25.
Oct. 13 in Baton Rouge, La., moved to Jan. 26.
Oct. 14 in Beaumont, Texas, moved to Jan. 27.
Oct. 15 in Dallas moved to Jan. 28.
Per Adams’ website, tickets purchased for the original dates will be honored for the rescheduled performances. Visit BryanAdams.com for more information.