Paul Weller cancels remaining 2021 tour dates due to COVID case in band

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“This is obviously incredibly disappointing news”

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Paul Weller has canceled the rest of his UK tour dates “due to a band member testing positive for COVID-19”.

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The former JAM frontman took to the road last month in support of his latest solo album, “Fat Pop (Vol. 1),” which came out in May. So far, he has played in Oxford, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow and other cities.

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The Modfather was slated to appear at the UEA LCR venue in Norwich tonight (December 3) before leaving for Lincoln (4) and Cambridge (5). Now, Weller has finished the last three gigs on tenure as a result of a COVID infection.

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“We are very sorry to announce that due to a band member testing positive for COVID-19, the remaining tour dates (Norwich 3 December / Lincoln 4 December / Cambridge 5 December) will not be held on their scheduled dates. ,” a representative wrote on social media this morning.

“We’re working hard to see if we can reschedule the show and will share more details on that as soon as possible.”

The message concluded: “This is obviously incredibly disappointing news not only for the fans but for Paul and the entire team, but we need to follow the guidelines to keep everyone as safe as possible.”

Weller’s UK tour, which was previously rescheduled due to COVID, will resume in March and continue throughout April. That second stage culminates in a three-night run of the London Show (April 22, 23, 24) before the European dates in May/June. Find full schedule Here,

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Earlier this year, Paul Weller got his sixth UK number one solo album with ‘Fat Pop (Vol. 1)’.

In a four-star review of Modfather’s latest record, Granthshala wrote: “[…] For the second time in less than a year, he has set a record that could safely sit among the best of his long career. Weller’s current purple patch is getting more and more powerful.”

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