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John Mayer Says 'Sorry' for Canceling Shows and Postponing Album

September 17, 2011 (5:16 pm) GMT
The singer has promised his fans that he would be back performing and recording once he's given all clear by the doctors.
John Mayer

's throat problem is so bad that it has cost him two concerts and a release date. The blues singer announced on his blog that he has developed a condition called granuloma, an inflamed nodule or tumor-like mass of tissue which can vary from harmless to very serious. Mayer did not elaborate about the illness.

"After several months of going week to week monitoring and hoping to correct the condition, I am forced to cancel my upcoming singing engagements due to something next to my vocal cords called a granuloma." His album called "" will be released next year instead of this fall because he could not finish "singing on several of the tracks".

Additionally, the singer wrote "I know there were people depending on me to be there and I'm sorry that I can't be on those stages." He was due to perform at the iheartradio Music Festival in Las Vegas next week and a show with in Los Angeles.

During the down time, the "bummed" singer would devote his time to "writing and composing more music and kicking an empty soup can around the West Village."

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