Kings of Leon Cancel Concert due to Bus Accident

Famous band Kings of Leon decided to cancel their latest concert as one of the famous singers was injured in a bus accident. Drummer Nathan Followill was the only star hurt during the events. 

Reports reveal that Nathan Followill suffered from broken ribs following the accident. Apparently, the band’s tour bus, in which the famous singers were riding, had to stop short to be able to avoid a pedestrian. The events occurred on Sunday. Kings of Leon announced after the crash that their performance will be postponed. 

They revealed their decision through a Facebook post. “Due to an accident on their tour bus, Kings of Leon will unfortunately have to postpone tonight’s show in Saratoga Springs, NY. The band was en route to their hotel after their show in Boston when a pedestrian jumped in front of their tour bus, causing the bus to stop short, injuring Nathan Followill,” the statement said. Moreover, it explained how drummer Nathan Followill is doing at the moment. 

The announcement indicated that the famous singer is currently under treatment for broken ribs. However, he is already doing quite well. The same statement revealed that their Sunday night show had to be postponed “until further notice. Refunds for ticket holders will be available at point of purchase.”

Kings of Leon are currently working hard to promote their current album. Mechanical Bull is the latest project of the stars. The band has scheduled a series of shows, including a series of performances until the month of October. The famous band is scheduled to perform on Tuesday on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. It has not been revealed if the stars will hold this performance or they plan on canceling it for health reasons. On Wednesday, the band has to be at the Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, New York. 

Apparently, Kings of Leon star Nathan Followill wanted to make sure that his fans know he is doing well, so he posted a message on his Twitter. The star wrote on Twitter a lovely message. “Thank you for all of the get well soons. I’m a little banged up but will be back better than ever,” the Twitter post said. 

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