The Canadian singer-songwriter has been diagnosed with vocal haemorrhaging and his tour is on hold until further notice
Dallas Green of City and Colour has been diagnosed with vocal haemorrhaging and is postponing several dates on his tour until he has fully recovered.
“I’m disappointed to announce that I have suffered vocal haemorrhaging and will have to postpone the remainder of my tour,” Green wrote on his website on Wednesday.
City and Colour (@DallasGreen) Because of my recent vocal hemorrhaging and TCA, I will be postponing shows until further notice. Apologies to all fans, see you soon.
From Mike Hann (@mikehann) Well that sucks pic.twitter.com/uC3gOKHOtB
Green, 32, has been playing with impaired voice and no longer appears in any videos or images. He was recently also forced to remove his physical presence from his Instagram page because he had difficulty breathing. “He’s not doing too well,” guitarist Ryan Chambers told Okayplayer. “We’re trying to figure out why he’s been singing the way he has … Honestly, he sounded pretty good with the voice we had. Maybe [he lost his voice] or it just started to fail him.”
It was to his Houston show on 12 July that the star had first noticed that his voice had started to go. “I woke up this morning and my voice wasn’t good,” he wrote on his site. “I ran to the bathroom and threw up and decided to see my doctor.”
Doctors diagnosed Green with vocal haemorrhaging, meaning his vocal cords had separated, and he has been advised to rest until he has fully recovered.
“I don’t want to let you all down,” Green concluded. “I am so excited for our upcoming set at Coachella 2019 and I hope that you all come out to see us.”