According to an article posted yesterday at UltimateClassicRock.com, the singer was hospitalized and underwent surgery after a kidney stone attack forced the veteran Los Angeles bad boys to cut their Sunday night show in Sydney, Australia short.
The surgery was successful, and Neil updated fans on Twitter to say he’d be able to continue the tour, writing, “Doc says I should have a full recovery and be back onstage for the Brisbane show tomorrow. Thanks to my bandmates and crew for your support!”
Their next show is scheduled for March 12 at Brisbane Entertainment Centre.
The “Dr. Feelgood” hitmakers are currently wrapping up the Australian Monster Tour leg with Kiss and Thin Lizzy, before heading to Canada for a solo tour next month.
Their 18-city Canadian leg kicks off on April 20 in Penticton, BC at South Okanagan Events Centre and winds up on May 14 in Ottawa, ON at Scotiabank Place.
See Motley Crue’s official website for more details.
Did you know? Motley Crue plan to perform one final farewell tour and permanently disband after completing work on a movie based on their biography, “The Dirt: Confessions Of The World's Most Notorious Rock Band” along with a soundtrack for the film and one last studio album.