Morricone, who is 85 and lives in Italy, endured a slipped circle in his back and experienced surgery to revise the damage. He has been exhorted by his specialists to cease from venturing out long separations to guarantee that his back recuperates appropriately, said coordinators.
"It disheartens me profoundly to need to delay these shows," Morricone said in a discharge sent Wednesday. "I'm appreciative and sorry to learn fans for delaying these shows. I'll miss you, and I anticipate seeing you soon."
It was reported today that Ennio Morricone's first-since forever live execution in Los Angeles that was set for March 20 has been put off until June 15, 2014 because of a back harm that is keeping the Academy Award-winning writer from voyaging abroad.
Morricone's first show in New York in 7 years that was set to happen at Barclays Center's Cushman and Wakefield Theater in Brooklyn on March 23 has been rescheduled to June 13 Concertticketsq.com .
Tickets to the first execution will be respected at the rescheduled execution and full discount will be issued to ticket purchasers who can't go to the rescheduled appear through the first purpose of procurement through May 1.