Chris Martin of Coldplay was diagnosed with a serious lung infection
CHRIS MARTIN – The vocalist of the British rock band Coldplay was diagnosed with a serious lung infection.
Coldplay is a British rock band formed in London in 1996.
They consist of vocalist and pianist Chris Martin, guitarist Jonny Buckland, bassist Guy Berryman, drummer Will Champion and creative director Phil Harvey.
They met at University College London and began playing music together from 1996 to 1998, first calling themselves Pectoralz and then Starfish.
The band is behind the hit songs; The Scientist, Fix You, Yellow, A Sky Full of Stars and to name a few.
Coldplay was supposed to perform in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo in Brazil.
However, the group decided to cancel their upcoming shows after their vocalist Chris Martin was diagnosed with a serious lung infection.
According to the band, their shows set this year until the first month of 2023 were canceled due to the condition of their frontman.
“Due to a serious lung infection, Chris has been put under strict doctor’s orders to rest for the next three weeks,” Coldplay said in a statement.
The group is “extremely sorry” for the fans who were dismayed by their announcement.
But the good news is, fans may still use the tickets on their next tours and they can also avail of a refund.
The band is optimistic that their vocalist will return to good health after the prescribed medical break.
Meanwhile, according to medicalnewstoday.com, a lung infection occurs when a potentially harmful microbe, such as a bacterium or virus, enters the lungs and causes damage. A lung infection can range in severity from mild to life-threatening.
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