John Mayer Has Been Hospitalized for an Emergency Appendectomy

John Mayer Has Been Hospitalized for an Emergency Appendectomy

John Mayer Has Been Hospitalized for an Emergency Appendectomy

It's unclear at the moment how significant the recovery time might be following a procedure of this nature and how many dates of Mayer's tour with the Dead & Company might be affected after their planned show this evening in New Orleans.

Singer-songwriter John Mayer has been taken to hospital to undergo an emergency appendectomy, which has left his band Dead & Company to cancel one of their U.S. shows.

John Mayer was rushed to a New Orleans hospital early Tuesday morning (December 5) for emergency surgery.

John Mayer was admitted into a hospital earlier this morning after experiencing significant abdominal pain, and is preparing to receive an emergency appendectomy.

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Apparently, all of the purchased tickets will still be honored at the postponed date that is yet to be announced.

Dead and Company took to social media to officially announce the news of the singer's appendectomy as well as update the fans on his upcoming performance. He joined the group in 2015, alongside Oteil Burbridge, Jeff Chimenti and former Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann.

The band now includes former Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann. They are scheduled to play in Orlando on Thursday and Sunrise, FL on Friday.

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