Drive-By Truckers cancel Europe shows
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Drive-By Truckers cancel Europe shows

Tuesday, November 30, 2010 – Drive-By Truckers canceled the final five dates of their European tour due to illness.

The band's web site said, "Drive-By Truckers will be forced to cancel the remaining shows on their European tour. The band has been sick for several days and last night Mike Cooley collapsed due to exhaustion and dehydration. Doctors have advised complete bed rest. We are very sorry to cancel shows at the end of this tour, especially in Scandinavia, where the band have such a loyal following. Please know we will make every effort to reschedule these shows sometime in the near future. Thank you for your understanding and your continued support."

Shows were slated to be:
Tuesday, Nov. 30 - Odense, Denmark
Wednesday, Dec. 1 - Gothenburg, Sweden
Thursday, Dec. 2 - Malmo, Sweden
Friday, Dec. 3 - Stockholm, Sweden
Saturday, Dec. 4 - Oslo, Norway

DBT continues touring Saturday, Dec. 11 in Asheville, N.C. with a sold-out show.

Other upcoming shows are:
Thursday, Dec 30 - Brooklyn, N.Y
Friday, Dec. 31 - New York


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