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The Civil Wars postpone dates

Friday, March 16, 2012 – The Civil Wars postponed European dates for late March and early April due to illness.

The shows were slated for March 26 through April 4. A serious illness in the band's immediate family was cited, but exact details were not provided.

The Civil Wars is Joy Williams and John Paul White, who won two Grammys last month with a soulful country/roots sound. The trip to Europe is their first tour overseas. They are currently in England and Scotland with a show tonight in Manchester. The next seven shows are sold out. in Germany, Belgium, Frances, The Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland and Istanbul.

New dates will be announced next week.


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