Rob Thomas’ latest concert wasn’t quite smooth because the Matchbox Twenty frontman is feeling unwell.
The “Smooth” singer, who lives in Bedford, suffered an allergy attack that caused him to lose his voice on Wednesday, forcing him to cancel a Denver show after fans had already arrived at the venue. “For the 2nd time in 20 years, I had to cancel a show! I am SO sorry Denver peeps. I am gutted. Been trying all day with doctors,” he tweeted following the last-minute cancellation.
Thomas, who recently hit the road for a summer tour, decided to take the stage in Utah the following day. However, his voice hadn’t fully recovered in time for the show.
“Just sang my worst show ever tonight to the greatest crowd ever in Utah,” he tweeted Thursday night. “They really kept me going every song. Can’t tell you. Almost cried.”
The Grammy-winning singer has no plans to cancel any future shows in his 37-city tour, titled The Great Unknown 2015. In August, he will perform at venues much closer to his Westchester home, including the Beacon Theater in Manhattan (Aug. 6) and Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. (Aug. 9).