The songs that every punk rock fan knows, will probably not sound the same. So at least on the upcoming tour. “Because I’m not able to meet what’s becoming the norm in the music industry, it’s been decided that it’s not safe to participate in the studio or on tour. I mention this because you won’t see me at upcoming concerts,” said Offspring drummer Pete Parada.
The musician has been battling an autoimmune disease since childhood. His doctor therefore advised him to refuse the vaccine. It is said that covid also suffered from mild symptoms a year ago. But the band is said to understand the step.
“I’m not angry with my band. They’re doing what they believe is best. Just like me. I wish the whole The Offspring family all the best. I’m sorry I won’t see the people touring. And how I miss them fans, I can’t even put it into words, “sad musician. The drummer, who has been playing with the band since 2007, also wanted to provide support to people who have to isolate themselves in a similar way.
The temporary change of drummer was also announced by the legendary The Rolling Stones. For the first time since 1963, Charlie Watts will not take part in the planned tour. The 80-year-old musician has had an unspecified operation and the doctors recommended calm. However, the band has already found a temporary replacement for him and the fans will not lose the planned concerts.