Iggy Pop Confirms Foo Fighters Support Shows Won’t Be Replaced | Music News
Following the news that the Foo Fighters have cancelled all remaining Europe tour dates (including two nights at Wembley and a headline slot at Glastonbury Festival), Iggy Pop has released a statement confirming he will not be replacing the support slot he was booked to play at the Wembley shows. The infamous punk singer said via his Facebook page: “Firstly – get well, Dave, it was hell of a fall! Those decisions are never easy. This also means, folks, that you’ll have to wait a week longer to see Iggy on stage. His first solo performance will now be Down The Rabbit Hole Festival in Holland on June 27”. The Foo Fighters shows were cancelled due an onstage injury that led to lead singer Dave Grohl breaking his leg and dislocating his ankle.
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