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Kings Of Leon cancel all remaining US tour dates following death of their mother

Kings Of Leon‘s Caleb, Nathan and Jared Followill have cancelled all the band’s remaining tour dates following the loss of life of their mom, Betty Ann Murphy.

Brothers Nathan and Jared confirmed Murphy’s passing final weekend (September 25), days after the band introduced they’d be cancelling a sequence of exhibits to spend time with their mom following a “medical disaster”.

Now, the band – which additionally contains cousin Matthew Followill – have introduced that they are going to be cancelling all remaining tour dates in assist of their newest album, ‘When You See Your self’, to be able to be with their household throughout this time.

“Now we have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of affection and assist from our followers,” the band wrote on Instagram. “Should you haven’t heard, our mother Betty Ann handed away peacefully final week.

“We’ve determined to cancel all remaining tour dates via October to be with our households. Thanks for the sort phrases and all of the love you’ve given to the complete Followill household.”

Kings Of Leon carry out stay. CREDIT: Getty Photos

The dates affected embrace:

OCTOBER 2021

1 – White River Amphitheatre, Auburn, WA
3 – RV Inn Type Resorts Amphitheater, Ridgefield, WA
7 – Ruoff Music Middle, Noblesville, IN
9 – Hollywood On line casino Amphitheatre, Chicago, IL

Earlier this month, Kings Of Leon introduced a run of UK and Eire area exhibits.

Two of the exhibits, in Leeds and Newcastle, represent rescheduled gigs that had beforehand been introduced however delayed by the coronavirus pandemic. Unique tickets for these exhibits stay legitimate.

It’s unclear whether or not or not the exhibits will function the band’s Matthew Followill, who introduced in July that he will likely be taking time away from the band following the delivery of his and spouse Johanna’s new child.

Followill didn’t seem on the band’s latest leg of US dates, with touring member Timothy Deaux filling his place, and former touring member Chris Coleman returning to cowl Deaux’s position.

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