THE DARKNESS Cancel Cleveland Show After Singer Loses His Voice

THE DARKNESS' show scheduled for last night (March 30) at the Agora Theatre was canceled just two hours before the 8 p.m. concert was to begin, according to The Plain Dealer. Fans were already lining up outside the Cleveland club when the British hard rock band made the decision to cancel during their soundcheck. "Justin lost his voice", explained publicist Kim Harris. The sold-out show will be rescheduled, according to Harris. The band did complete an autograph signing session at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum yesterday afternoon. Word has it that a couple of other shows on the tour might be cancelled as well, beginning with tonight's gig in Pittsburgh. No further information is available at this time.

(Thanks: Bill Peters)

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