Daryl Braithwaite has been forced to abruptly cancel a performance after he was hospitalised in Melbourne on Thursday.
The 72-year-old was meant to perform in the Sounds Better Together show in Victoria, but was instead admitted to hospital after falling ill, the Herald Sun reported.
“I’m incredibly sorry to cancel as I was really looking forward to returning to Mallacoota where I spent some time recently,” Daryl said.
“I’m having a few days rest and will be back on track next week.”
Details of the exact reason for the trip to hospital have not been revealed, however a source told the publication it is not serious and not coronavirus related.
The singer was replaced by Jon Stevens for the Mallacoota gig on Saturday night.
The Aussie icon has been celebrating the 30th anniversary of his hit 1991 single The Horses.
“Jan 28th is the 30th year anniversary of when I released 'The Horses',” he wrote on his Instagram.
“To celebrate I have some brand new merchandise available on my store which you can look at.”
Daryl previously said he doesn't get tired of performing his best known hit.
“That really hasn't gone to sleep at all. It's maintained and maybe gotten bigger,” he told Today back in July.
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