Rock star John Mayer admitted to hospital for emergency appendectomy

Rock star John Mayer admitted to hospital for emergency appendectomy

Rock star John Mayer admitted to hospital for emergency appendectomy

John Mayer underwent an emergency appendectomy Tuesday morning, forcing the rocker to postpone a New Orleans Dead & Company show.

All tickets for the December 5 show will be honored for the rescheduled date, according to the statement.

This morning, amid his tour with Dead and Company, John Mayer experienced a health scare that ended up with him being rushed to a New Orleans hospital!

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John Mayer is on the mend following an emergency appendectomy, his representative confirms to CNN. Along with John, Dead & Company consists of Grateful Dead's Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Bob Weir, as well as Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti.

Dead & Company are due to perform at Amway Center in Orlando on Thursday (07.12.17), and again in Fort Lauderdale on Friday (08.12.17). Should ticketholders choose to seek a refund, they will be available at the point of purchase.

The band is scheduled to play the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida on December 7. As of noon Tuesday, there was no further word on Mayer's condition. Hopefully the Dead & Co. frontman can get back to performing soon.

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