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Jason Isbell left five of his upcoming U.S. tours with The 400 Unit and canceled two, telling fans he passed a positive test for COVID-19.

In a tweet posted yesterday (January 11), Isbell said he was “feeling well” and had contracted the virus, but should cancel his planned performances in Asheville. yesterday and today, January 12).

It is unknown whether the rocker plans to move these dates for a future run, but he was re-scheduled to be canceled in a follow-up tweet in Louisville, Columbus, Wilkes-Barre and Wilmington.

The final show has yet to get a new date, but Isbell has announced that his concert at Wilkes-Barr will now take place on Wednesday, Jan. 26, Columbus on Thursday, and Louisville on Friday, Jan. 28 and 29. the old dates retain their force, the money can be refunded for those who could not pay for the new ones.

Isbell has also announced three solo shows for April, with Hickman, Kentucky singer-songwriter SG Goodman set to open. The performances will take place on Tuesday, April 5 in Tarritown, on Thursday 7 April in Huntington and on Friday 8 Friday in New Brunswick. Detailed information (and tickets) for these concerts can be found at the link below. Isbell website.

Speaking about his COVID-19 diagnosis, Isbell said he was experiencing it. “[a] lotta sinus drainage type stuff, my throat is itchy and my muscles ache “but assured fans that” there are no problems with coughing or breathing “. stressed that.

Isbell has long supported COVID-19 safety measures on tours, and announced last August that any player would participate in their shows. provide proof of vaccination or negative test result. When a venue in Houston refused to implement this policy, he said canceled the show altogether.

Isbell released his eighth studio album, “Georgia Blue”, last September. His fifth with “The 400 Unit,” it was Isbell’s first cover album dedicated to the songs of bands, artists and musicians in Georgia.

Earlier this week, Isbell He criticized the promoters of the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville for allowing Morgan Wallen make it happen. He wrote on the stage that “they had a choice – either to upset a young man and his” team “, or to break the heart of a legion of black country artists.”



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