While things were looking like they were getting somewhat back to normal on the live music front, it seems we are seeing a near-daily announcements of cancellations and postponements.

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The latest to announce a local postponement in The Doobie Brothers concert scheduled for Thursday, September 2nd has been postponed. This comes right on the heels of KISS canceling their show for Wednesday night due to Gene Simmons testing positive for COVID-19.

A statement released by The Doobie Brothers stated,

"Out of an abundance of caution, The Doobie Brothers will postpone their four upcoming shows as a member of the touring personnel has tested positive with COVID-19 despite health and safety precautions in place. The band’s shows in Clarkston, MI, Burgettstown, PA, Toledo, OH and Cincinnati, OH will be rescheduled and new dates will be announced shortly.

Fans are encouraged to hold on to their tickets for the newly scheduled dates. The tour will reconvene on September 9th, 2021 at Blossom Music Center in Cayuhoga Falls, OH."

There has been a slew or shows and actual tours being canceled and postponed in the past month as a increase in coronavirus cases and the Delta variant have reared their ugly head, Stevie Nicks, Garth Brooks, and super group BTS are amongst the acts that halted their tours or postponed them completely in the past few months for 2021. Brooks, who canceled his stadium tour for the remainder of 2021 is looking to hit the road with some "dive bar" shows this fall and will require all attendees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

If you have tickets to attend any shows coming up, be sure to check the acts social media or look for information here at WCRZ.com for any changes. We will be sure to let you know when The Doobie Brothers show is rescheduled.

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