Sometimes, events are canceled due to technical, weather, or natural disaster issues. This week it was reported that Queensryche has canceled their third concert in a row. This is due to the fact that Todd La Torre has lost his voice.
According to an article published by Blabbermouth, Queensryche was forced to cancel its concert this past Sunday night (March 12) at La Hacienda in Midland, Texas. The cancelation was due to singer Todd La Torre “losing his voice”. This was according to promoter DIN Productions and local radio station Rock 95.1.
Midland marked the third show cancelation in a row for the band, which scrapped its performance this past Friday night (March 10) at the Scout Bar in Houston, Texas a few minutes before the band was scheduled to go onstage. The following night’s show at the House Of Blues in Dallas, Texas was likewise called off, apparently for the same reason.
Queensryche has not yet issued an official statement explaining the cancelations. The band’s 2023 U.S. tour is scheduled to run through April 16 in St. Petersburg, Florida. Direct support on the “Digital Noise Alliance” trek is coming from former Megadeth guitarist Marty Friedman, with Trauma opening each show.