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Fozzy has postponed the remainder of their 2022 U.S. tour dates as frontman Chris Jericho continues to recover from a bruised larynx.

As previously reported, Jericho suffered the injury doing his other job, wrestling, during an AEW event in August, forcing Fozzy to postpone the beginning of the tour. In a new update, Jericho says that, while the condition is “not permanent” and is “healing,” he still “need[s] more time to heal, in order to be able to sing at 100%.”

“Nobody likes to move shows, least of all me, but if Fozzy and I can’t give you 100% during each and every show we do, we won’t do them,” Jericho says.

The affected shows have been moved to the spring of 2023. Previously purchased tickets will be honored at the rescheduled dates.

For all ticket info, visit FozzyRock.com.

Fozzy’s tour supports the band’s new album, Boombox, which features the singles “I Still Burn,” “Sane” and “Nowhere to Run.”

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