The lead singer of the rock band SALIVA, Josey Scott, was forced to undergo emergency surgery on Monday morning (March 30) to repair a hemorrhaged arterial bleeding ulcer at Jackson Madison General Hospital. He will remain hospitalized for several days as he begins his recovery.
As a result of this sudden health matter, SALIVA will have to cancel two weeks of scheduled touring as a co-headliner of the Snocore tour with STATIC-X. Other acts on the bill include BURN HALO and THE FLOOD.
The affected tour dates are:
April 01 - Albuquerque, NM - Sunshine Theatre
April 02 - El Paso, TX - Club 101
April 03 - Abilene, TX - Midnite Rodeo 3
April 04 - San Antonio, TX - Hemisfair Plaza Park
April 05 - Beaumont, TX - Scout Bar - Beaumont
April 07 - Dallas, TX - Palladium Ballroom
April 08 - Houston, TX - Scout Bar - Houston
April 10 - Tampa, FL - St. Pete Times Forum
April 11 - Fort Lauderdale, FL - Revolution
April 12 - Daytona Beach, FL - The Coliseum
April 13 - Augusta, GA - The Country Club - GA
April 14 - Jacksonville, FL - Bourbon Street Station
April 15 - Jacksonville, NC - Hooligan's - Jacksonville, NC
SALIVA plans to resume the Snocore tour on Friday, April 17 in Sayreville, New Jersey at the Starland Ballroom.
The band is touring in support of "Cinco Diablo", its fifth studio album on Island Def Jam Recordings.
SALIVA has sold over two million records, which include the hits "Click Click Boom", "Ladies and Gentlemen", "Your Disease" and "Always".