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Keane Show Bumped Due to Rehab

Posted by Sarah Rodman  August 22, 2006 03:22 PM

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The September 16th Keane show at the Bank of America Pavilion has been bumped to September 24th due to lead singer/pianist Tom Chaplin's announcement that he's going into rehab to adress an "increasing problem with drink and drugs."

Although initial reports stated the band was cancelling the fall tour for its sophomore album "Under the Iron Sea," an announcement today from promoter Live Nation states that all tickets from the original date will be honored on the 24th. We wish him a speedy recovery.

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