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Radiohead’s tour is on hold due to Toronto disaster

Radiohead announced in a release that it will have to cancel a number of shows due to the damages created by the collapsed roof at Downsview Park last Saturday. In addition to mourning the loss of drum technician Scott Johnson, the band notes in the release that there are “practical considerations to deal with” like restoring the tour’s unique light show which was damaged when the roof collapsed. Radiohead has cancelled its shows in Italy, Germany and Switzerland and won’t resume touring until July 10. Read the entire story [Pitchfork] »

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