Descendents Singer Milo Aukerman Suffers Gentle Coronary heart Assault, Tour Dates Canceled

Descendents singer Milo Aukerman suffered a gentle coronary heart assault on Thursday evening (July twenty seventh). Because of this, the legendary punk band canceled its summer season UK/European tour, which was set to kick off tonight (July twenty eighth) in Barcelona, Spain.

“We’re actually sorry, however we’ve to cancel the upcoming European exhibits,” the band wrote on its social pages. “Our singer, Milo, had a gentle coronary heart assault final evening. He’s doing positive, and is anticipated to make a full restoration from surgical procedure, however will want just a few weeks to get better earlier than we are able to hit the highway once more. Hope to see you quickly.”

The 60-year-old Aukerman joined Descendents in 1980, and subsequently recorded the group’s iconic debut album, Milo Goes to School. He has fronted the band ever since (albeit with just a few hiatuses alongside the best way), recording seven extra full-length LPs.

As of now, Descendents are scheduled to renew touring August twelfth in Portland, Oregon, with varied headlining and competition dates mapped out within the US, Japan, and Australia by early November.

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We’d wish to ship our greatest needs to Milo Aukerman for a speedy restoration. See Descendents’ assertion by way of Instagram under, adopted by a 2021 dialog through which Descendents’ Invoice Stevenson and Rise In opposition to’s Tim McIlrath talk about the influence of Milo Goes to School.