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David Crosby reschedules shows after heart procedure

David Crosby announced Feb. 17 he has rescheduled dates for the upcoming shows in San Francisco and Los Angeles on his solo tour after he underwent a cardiac catherterization and an angiogram at the request of his doctor.

David Crosby at the 2014 MusiCares Person of the Year celebration for Carole King.
David Crosby at the 2014 MusiCares Person of the Year celebration for Carole King.
Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images
David Crosby
David Crosby
Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images

“At the urging of his doctor, on Friday, February 14, David Crosby underwent a cardiac catheterization and angiogram, based on the results of a routine cardiac stress test. The left anterior coronary artery was found to be 90% blocked, and two stents were placed to provide blood flow to his heart muscle. David is expected to have a full recovery. He did not have a heart attack, though it is certain that had he chosen to ignore his doctor’s urgent recommendation, it would have led to one,” a statement on his website read.

"I am very glad that I listened to my doctors and my family. It seems I am once again a very lucky man,” Crosby said in a statement. "I'm sorry to have to move the dates, but I promise the music will be good when we do play them."

The tour's dates at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco originally scheduled for Feb. 20-21 and the Troubadour in Los Angeles scheduled for Feb. 23-27 have been moved to mid-April, the website said.

The Great American Music Hall said it would honor tickets for the original date at the April shows.