Neil Diamond, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, has Parkinson’s disease

NEW YORK — Neil Diamond is timid from furloughed after he says he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Days bashful of his 77th birthday, a stone fable is canceling his debate dates in Australia and New Zealand for March. He was on his 50th anniversary tour.

According to a press recover released by a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s team, Diamond will continue to write, record and pursue new projects.

“The conflict of a illness has done it formidable to transport and perform on a vast scale basis,” a orator pronounced in part, according to CBS Los Angeles. “Based on his doctors’ advice, a third leg of Diamond’s 50th Anniversary tour, set to land in Australia and New Zealand this March, has been cancelled.”

Diamond pronounced it was with “great hostility and disappointment” he done a announcement, adding that he designed to “remain active in writing, recording and other projects for a prolonged time to come.”

“I have been so respected to move my shows to a open for a past 50 years,” he continued. “My sincerest apologies to everybody who purchased tickets and were formulation to come to a arriving shows.”

“My interjection goes out to my constant and clinging audiences around a world,” he said. “You will always have my appreciation for your support and encouragement. This float has been ‘so good, so good, so good’ interjection to you.”

Diamond’s countless hits embody “Sweet Caroline,” ”America,” ”Love on a Rocks” and “Hello Again.”

Diamond turns 77 on Wednesday and will get a lifetime feat endowment during Sunday’s Grammy awards.

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