Disturbed Cancel Saskatchewan Show Over Singer David Draiman's Vocal Issues

David Draiman of Disturbed
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David Draiman of Disturbed performs live on stage during a concert at Verti Music Hall on May 4, 2019 in Berlin.

Disturbed was forced to cancel their scheduled show at the Brandt Centre in Saskatchewan, Canada, on Wednesday night (July 24) due to singer David Draiman's vocal issues. "We regret to inform our fans that we will have to cancel tonight's show... due to a vocal issue," they wrote in a statement. "At the recommendation of a doctor, David has been advised to rest and limit his vocal usage today to avoid any further damage." 

The band, currently on the road in support of their seventh album, last year's Evolution, are still expected to make their next date at Chaos AB in Edmonton, Alberta, on Friday (July 26). Tickets for the canceled Brandt Centre show can be refunded at the point of purchase.   


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