John Mayer Hospitalized for an Emergency Appendectomy

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Rock singer-songwriter John Mayer on Tuesday went into emergency surgery for removal of his appendix, forcing his band featuring former members of the Grateful Dead to postpone a show.

Loynes said all tickets for Tuesday's show would be honored and later rescheduled as soon as possible. "Should ticketholders choose to seek a refund, they will be available at point of purchase".

Mayer recently turned 40 years old.

The New Orleans show slated for Tuesday evening was the third-to-last show of the string of gigs, initially set to conclude December 8 in Sunrise, Florida.

Mayer had performed with the Dead & Company, the Grateful Dead tribute band, on Sunday, and continues to rock with them at various concerts.

While the group doesn't now have anything scheduled after its Friday concert until next February, Mayer has a few solo shows lined up for this month.

Dead & Company have two remaining dates in 2017, including the Amway Center in Orlando, FL on December 7 and the BB&T Center in Sunrise, FL on December 8.

Mayer is also scheduled to perform a December 12 at the Masonic in San Francisco.



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