David Crosby Undergoes Heart Surgery, Postpones Sold-Out California Shows
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.
Singer and songwriter David Crosby has postponed two upcoming sold-out California shows following heart surgery last week, his rep has confirmed.
The 72-year-old founding member of The Byrds; Crosby, Stills and Nash; and CPR underwent a cardiac catheterization to fix a blocked coronary artery, publicist Michael Jensen told the City News Service.
He's expected to make a full recovery, but concerts planned for February in San Francisco and West Hollywood will be moved to April.
Crosby was scheduled to perform at the Troubadour on Feb. 23; that show has been rescheduled for April 13 and all tickets will be honored. He says he'll be ready to perform with Crosby, Stills and Nash on a tour that kicks off in Richmond, Va., on March 4.
The "Wooden Ships" singer underwent a liver transplant in 1994. In a statement, the performer says he is "once again a very lucky man."