The 35-year-old frontman of the band Imagine Dragons posted a shirtless selfie on his Instagram story over the weekend, giving the impression that previous health issues were behind him. While wearing it, the shot was captioned “Health and Recovery.”
Due to Reynolds’ LCL sprained knee, bleeding vocal cords, and nodules, his band had to postpone a number of gigs scheduled for the past week. They said his doctor warned him not to go out at this time because his vocal cords could rupture.
We’ve played less than 12 times in our 12 years as a band. The band released a statement, explaining that they had to postpone the show. They hoped fans would understand how difficult it was to decide to do so.
Reynolds previously told PEOPLE that the extension of his three-year sabbatical caused by the COVID-19 pandemic following the conclusion of the 2019 Evolve World Tour was very much appreciated.
He was “pretty tired” during the trip, according to his comments in August. but by the time I finished the show, it was empty. So I needed to take a breather to rediscover my passion for going to concerts.
The Grammy winner also spoke about battling depression, autoimmune diseases like ankylosing spondylitis and ulcerative colitis, and strategies for staying healthy while on tour.
The second leg of Imagine Dragons’ Mercury World Tour has been announced, starting January 24, 2023 in Zarak, Bahrain.
https://celebrityinsider.org/following-the-postponement-of-multiple-tour-dates-imagine-dragon-frontman-dan-reynolds-provided-a-shirtless-health-update-535694/ Imagine Dragon frontman Dan Reynolds provides shirtless health update following postponement of multiple tour dates