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AC/DC Delays North American Shows as Singer Brian Johnson Risks Hearing Loss

New dates will be announced in the future

AC/DC fans will have to wait to see the legendary band.

The Australian rockers have been forced to delay and rescheduled the next 10 shows of their Rock or Bust World Tour. Singer Brian Johnson, who’s at risk of total hearing loss, was told by doctors to stop performing live.

The affected dates begin Tuesday and run through the group’s last show of the North American leg on April 4 in New York.

New dates will be announced in the future. For those, the band will likely have a guest singer. Ticker-holders can use their current tickets for the new shows, or can gain a refund.

This article originally appeared on Ew.com

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