Sam Smith came back to the stage after his former vocal cord operation. He is ready to go back on his tour and makes new concerts’ schedule. His spectacular announcing of returning the voice…
Sam Smith came back to the stage after his former vocal cord operation. He is ready to go back on his tour and makes new concerts’ schedule.
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His spectacular announcing of returning the voice appeared on Instagram together with the picture of Ariel from The Little Mermaid and words: ‘I CAN SPEAK AGAIN!!!!‘
Another photo, he shared with his fans, shows a doctor who helped Smith to reclaim his voice. The famous singer added sincere gratitude to the post.
Completely overwhelmed. Thank you so much Doctor Zeitels for everything. You have truly saved me this past few months. Such an amazing man. You truly truly truly don't know what you got until you lose it. I have fallen in love with music all over again over this past month, and more than ever I feel so blessed to be able to sing and do what I love every day xx
Smith seemed to be very grateful to Doctor Zeitels since he stated that Zeitels was an amazing man who had truly saved the singer those past few months.
You have truly saved me this past few months. Such an amazing man. You truly truly truly don’t know what you got until you lose it
– said Smith about the music and added that he had fallen in love with it all over again over those past month. Besides, he admitted that more that ever he felt so blessed to be able to sing again.
Four performances that were postponed by celebrity in April due to the vocal problems have been currently announced in Australia.
Smith admitted that he was very happy finally having some good news for Australia after forced pulling out of its tour because of bleeding on his vocal cords.
During the tour, which starts on 28 November at Perth Arena, Sam Smith is to visit Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
Radio 1’s Big Weekend schedule had been also reshuffled because of an operation.
His previous condition was so bad that he had to use cue cards while accepting three awards at last month’s Billboard Awards in Las Vegas.
However, now he is fully recovered and ready to plunge into the music with his head.