The group is currently celebrating 25 years since the release of their album ‘Crazysexycool’.
TLC has postponed two shows on their celebration of the ‘CrazySexCool’ US tour following an allergic reaction to band member T-Boz.
The group – composed of Tion “T-Boz” Watkins and Rosonda “Chili” Thomas – rescheduled their Houston show from October 2 to October 4 and their Dallas show from October 3 to 5. Tickets will be valid for the new show dates. .
“Due to the backstage presence of excessive cigarette and recreational smoke at previous shows, T-Boz suffered an allergic reaction,” the duo said in a statement on social media.
“The group has always implemented a strict no-smoking policy on their shows in an effort to prevent any health issues for the group and/or crew.”
— TLC (@OfficialTLC) 2 October 2021
Celebrations for TLC’s ‘CrazySexCool’ tour kicked off last month to mark the 25th anniversary of the landmark album. talking to Granthshala In 2019, Chile said they had “a lot to prove” with the record.
“It established us as a group that was going to be here for a long time and it proved that we weren’t just a fad,” she said.
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T-Boz said, “I think it’s doing what we wanted it to be today. It’s just good music that has no age and is loved by everyone regardless of color. No matter what gender, creed or nationality you are, it’s just great music and that’s what I love about it. It’s timeless.”
Since the release of “Crazysexycool” in 1994, TLC has released three more albums, most recently in 2017 with their self-titled LP. His band member Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, who starred in CrazySexCool, died in a car accident in 2002.