- “This is amazingly disillusioning information.”
Paul Weller has dropped his leftover UK event dates “because of a musician testing positive for COVID-19”.
The previous Jam frontman hit the road last month on the side of his most recent independent collection, ‘Fat Pop (Volume 1)’, which turned out in May. Up until now, he’s played in Oxford, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow and different urban areas.
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The Modfather was set to show up at the UEA LCR setting in Norwich this evening (December 3) preceding making a beeline for Lincoln (4) and Cambridge (5). Presently, Weller has rejected the last three gigs on the stretch because of COVID contamination.
“We are exceptionally sorry to report that because of a musician testing positive for Covid-19, the leftover event dates (Norwich third Dec/Lincoln fourth Dec/Cambridge fifth Dec) can not happen on their booked dates,” a rep composed via web-based media toward the beginning of today.
“We are striving to check whether we can reschedule the shows and will share more data on that in a hurry.”
The message finished up: “This is unquestionably disillusioning information for the fans as well as Paul and the entire group included, however, we want to adhere to the rules to protect everybody as could be expected.”
Weller’s UK visit, which was recently rescheduled because of COVID, will continue in March and proceed all through April. That subsequent leg finishes in a three-night run of London shows (April 22, 23, 24) in front of European dates in May/June. Track down the full timetable here.
Recently, Paul Weller accepted his 6th UK Number One independent collection with ‘Fat Pop (Volume 1)’.
In a four-star survey of the Modfather’s most recent record, NME expressed: “[… ] For the second time in under a year he’s delivered a record that can sit securely among the best of his long profession. Weller’s present purple fix is becoming perpetually strong.”