The veteran singer was supposed to perform in Australia on Saturday, but he was forced to withdraw from the show due to an illness.
He was scheduled to perform alongside Jon Stevens and Christine Lauper. He posted a message on his Instagram page about the cancellation.
Due to his illness, his performance at the Mt.Duned Estate in Australia has been postponed.
The event’s promoters, Live Nation, issued a statement to confirm the cancellation. They also apologized to the ticketholders. The statement was posted on the company’s website.
It’s not clear if the three performers contracted the same illness. All of them posted messages on their social media accounts, with Christine Lauper writing a message from Sir Rod Stewart.
Jon Stevens, a New Zealand singer who is known for his work with the Jesus Christ Superstar and Noiseworks groups, also announced an important announcement.
It’s not clear how the situation will affect the rest of Stewart’s tour.
The Mirror has contacted the representative of Sir Rod to ask about his statement about retiring from performing.
He said earlier this month that he would not retire from performing, but he wanted to do fewer shows. He noted that he would not be doing it if he didn’t love it.
He noted that he wanted to try something new, and if a charity event called for him to sing “Do Ya Think I’m Sexy?” he would be willing to do it.
He said that he was getting ready to tour New Zealand in April, and he usually takes four suitcases with him when he’s on the road.
He added that he thought it was an extension of his personality.
The packing has already started, and he noted that a lot of his equipment, such as his amps, has already been taken.