Dave Grohl was forced to postpone shows with the Foo Fighters after losing his voice. The 49-year-old singer and musician rescheduled two concerts in Canada — Tuesday in Edmonton and Thursday in Calgary — to Oct. 22 and Oct. 23, respectively. The Foo Fighters announced the news Monday on its official Twitter account. Grohl and the band referred to U2 singer Bono, who coincidentally also lost his voice over the weekend, by saying: “FF RESCHEDULE 2 CANADA DATES DUE TO ILLNESS. ‘That’s the last time I ever make out with Bono’ – DG.” Bono said in a statement through U2’s rep that he’d soon “be back to full voice” and will take the stage with U2 on Tuesday in Cologne, Germany. Meanwhile, Grohl and the Foo Fighters will next perform Saturday in Vancouver, B.C.
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