Friday Sep 12
Swedish DJ, Avicii, forced to cancel all scheduled upcoming shows due to health concerns
Swedish EDM DJ, Avicii- real name Tim Bergling, known for such hits as, "Wake Me Up," and "Hey Brother," has canceled all scheduled upcoming shows indefinitely, due to health concerns. Earlier in the year, the DJ had surgery to remove his gallbladder and appendix, and lingering issues from the surgery are what have forced him to cancel all of his scheduled shows.
Avicii cancels all commitments to concentrate on health issues
Swedish DJ Avicii has cancelled all gigs and commitments for the remainder of 2014 to focus on continued health concerns. According to a statement released by his team at Night Management, the EDM superstar, born Tim Bergling, will be at home in Stockholm "until further notice so that he can fully recuperate from lingering health issues related to surgeries that removed his gallbladder and appendix earlier this year."
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The Winnipeg Free Press
Combining moody, Old West shootout music with crackling EDM synths could have ended up like a real dog's breakfast, but the French producer makes it work, and the result sounds a bit like a cross between Avicii's Wake Me Up and Juno Reactor's Pistolero.