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Kiefer Sutherland is recovering after a serious crash during the tour in support of his new country album, “in Darkness & to Me” in Europe.
The actor and singer, 52, was found that he was suffering from injuries to the rib when he slipped and fell on the stairs in the bus while travelling to Denmark for one show on Thursday.
The former ‘ 24 ‘ star added that he will have to cancel the last few shows, but plans to return in the fall, when he was healed.
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“Unfortunately, I slipped and fell on the stairs in front of the bus, while on a trip to Denmark, and severely injured one of his ribs, making it hard to breathe, and that it would be impossible for me to sing,” Anderson said on his Instagram.
“Sorry, I’m not going to be able to perform the last 3 shows of the tour, but they have every intention of [sic] in the making of these shows are in September / October, when we get back.”
“I’m so sorry for the inconvenience that I have caused to the fans who have bought tickets. I will do everything I can to make it. Thank you all for your continued support. With warm regards, Kiefer,” he added.
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Anderson released his new album in April, and began its tour in May with a show in Austin, Texas.
“Music was something that I was really attached to them as a very young person, because I had an older brother who I idolized, and he was one of the biggest music fans in the world,” he told People magazine in 2016.
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“I wanted to be just like him. I joked that I was probably the only third grader that had to listen to Aerosmith, so, country music was not the music that I’m sure I grew up in,” he said.
Anderson released his first album, “Down in a Hole” by 2016.