The GRAMMY Award-winning guitarist has been suffering from vocal issues.
Jonny Lang has cancelled all of his upcoming confirmed appearances, per doctor’s orders. The GRAMMY Award-winning blues guitarist and singer has been suffering from vocal issues over the past year. Unfortunately, the issues have not improved. Lang continues to hope for a natural recovery at some point in the future. Until then, no future plans to perform live or record will be made.
In a press release, Lang said he is thankful for the support of his fans over the past two plus decades, and hopes to be in the position to return to the stage should he retain the ability to perform at a level his global audience has enjoyed night in and night out. As he navigates these challenges, further guidance will be offered at an appropriate time in the future.
Until then, all ticket holders will be refunded. Guidance will be forthcoming from individual promoters imminently.
Jonny Lang released his debut album Lie To Me in 1997. The North Dakota native has shared stages with The Rolling Stones, B.B. King, Aerosmith and Buddy Guy. In 2007, Lang’s LP Turn Around won the GRAMMY Award for Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album.