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Paul McCartney forced to call off his rest of Japan tour because of illness

Music legend Sir Paul McCartney had initially called off one concert in Tokyo, Japan, but organizers told that he is still not feeling better. The singer has been forced to call off his Japan tour after he was hit with an unspecified virus, stated the organizers.
This comes days after the seventy one year old former Beatle member declared that he had to call off Saturday’s 2014 Out There Japan Tour – and later Sunday concert. A statement issued from the organizer Kyodo Tokyo told that Sir Paul would regrettably have to cancel the remaining Japanese shows. Paul is still not feeling better and this cancellation is unavoidable.
The former Beatle singer was all set to perform the rescheduled Saturday gig on Monday evening and also 2 more dates as part of the Japan tour. Sir Paul McCartney apologized to all his rooters for calling off the 1st concert. In a statement on the official Facebook page of the tour, it was said that doctors asked him not to play.
Earlier McCartney wrote: “Thank you for such a beautiful and warm welcome to your country. I’ve unfortunately had to postpone tonight’s show in Tokyo. I came down with a virus on Friday and following a visit from doctors, I’ve been told not to perform tonight.”
He also added that he is very sorry to all his rooters as he was greatly looking forward to this gig. But, the situation is out of his hands. Along with the doctors, he is doing everything he can to make sure that he would be better for tomorrow night’s show and the rest of his time in Japan. They were planning to replay this show on Monday. He really expect you could make it.

Music legend Sir Paul McCartney had initially called off one concert in Tokyo, Japan, but organizers told that he is still not feeling better. The singer has been forced to call off his Japan tour after he was hit with an unspecified virus, stated the organizers.

This comes days after the seventy one year old former Beatle member declared that he had to call off Saturday’s 2014 Out There Japan Tour – and later Sunday concert. A statement issued from the organizer Kyodo Tokyo told that Sir Paul would regrettably have to cancel the remaining Japanese shows. Paul is still not feeling better and this cancellation is unavoidable.

The former Beatle singer was all set to perform the rescheduled Saturday gig on Monday evening and also 2 more dates as part of the Japan tour. Sir Paul McCartney apologized to all his rooters for calling off the 1st concert. In a statement on the official Facebook page of the tour, it was said that doctors asked him not to play.

Earlier McCartney wrote: “Thank you for such a beautiful and warm welcome to your country. I’ve unfortunately had to postpone tonight’s show in Tokyo. I came down with a virus on Friday and following a visit from doctors, I’ve been told not to perform tonight.”

He also added that he is very sorry to all his rooters as he was greatly looking forward to this gig. But, the situation is out of his hands. Along with the doctors, he is doing everything he can to make sure that he would be better for tomorrow night’s show and the rest of his time in Japan. They were planning to replay this show on Monday. He really expect you could make it.