Hard Rock Live Reschedules Canceled Michael Stanley Concerts


  • Joe Kleon
Late last year, local singer-guitarist Michael Stanley had to cancel a pair of sold out Hard Rock Live concerts because he had to have a quadruple bypass.

Now that he’s successfully recovered from the surgery, Stanley has rebooked the gigs. He will now perform at the venue on March 17 and March 25.

“Trust me, no one was more disappointed about postponing our December concerts at the Rocksino than me,” Stanley says in a press release. “I am sorry for the inconvenience, but I am really looking forward to making it up to you!”

Tickets previously purchased for the Dec. 22 concert will be honored at the March 17 gig, and tickets previously purchased for the Dec. 23 concert will be honored at the March 25 show.

Stanley will celebrate his 70th birthday at the March 25 concert.

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