Bono: ‘I’ll be back to full voice for the rest of the tour’

Bono: 'I'll be back to full voice for the rest of the tour'

Irish rocker Bono mentioned he’s feeling higher and able to resume his U2 live performance tour after dropping his voice throughout a present in Berlin Saturday.
“I’ve seen an awesome physician and together with his care I will be again to full voice for the remainder of the tour,” the 58-year-old musician wrote on his band’s web site Sunday. “So glad and relieved that something severe has been dominated out. My reduction is tempered by the data that the Berlin viewers have been so inconvenienced. There was a tremendous ambiance in the home, it was going to be a type of unforgettable nights however not for that reason… We will not wait to get again there on November 13th.”

Bono mentioned throughout Saturday’s present that he thought a smoke machine creating theatrical results may need negatively impacted his voice. After taking a brief break to see if he recovered, the band canceled the remainder of the live performance.
U2 is slated to carry out in Cologne, Germany, on Tuesday.

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