& # 39; My voice is still not back after the operation & # 39 ;: Australian folk singer Xavier Rudd, 41, reveals his fear of health just weeks before his biggest tour so far
Australian folk singer Xavier Rudd has revealed that after the operation he still & # 39; no voice & # 39; only a few weeks before he starts his biggest tour ever.
The 41-year-old went to his Facebook page on Wednesday to thank fans for all their wishes with his recovery, after having had a secret operation just five weeks ago.
& # 39; Forty-one today and five weeks since my operation … great love and thanks to ya (sic) all for the benevolence, & # 39; Xavier wrote.
Health scare: Australian folk singer Xavier Rudd, 41, (photo) revealed that he is still recovering from an operation and has no voice
& # 39; My voice is still not well back, but that is pretty scary, because we are starting our Europe tour within three weeks. I think I have always taken the power of my voice for granted and reminded me of its fragility through this process. & # 39;
& # 39; Thank you for the journey and the lessons we learn and the webs we weave and the love we give and the love we receive … time to send in and out within three weeks to shoot at your (sic) time, & he decided.
Fans flooded the comments with good wishes, with many European fans sending prayers hoping that the singer was completely healed before starting his tour.
Thoughtful: the 41 year old singer took his Facebook page on Wednesday to thank his fans for all their wishes with his recovery after his operation five weeks ago
& # 39; We love you and we need your mind in July here in Austria … my son and I are waiting for you & # 39 ;, a user wrote.
& # 39; We come to you in Germany at A Summers Tale and look forward to it! Please be better soon, & another one said.
Xavier & # 39; s European 33-date tour starts on June 27 and will visit the singer countries such as Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Germany before returning to Australia for a series of shows in August.
Although it is unknown what the operation was intended for, Xavier has undergone a spinal fusion and disk replacement surgery in the past.
The Daily Telegraph meanwhile, Xavier reported to the media in New Zealand while touring earlier this year that he was a & # 39; juggling & # 39; operation with his relentless tour schedule.
Health comes first: although it is unknown what the operation was intended for, Xavier has undergone a spinal fusion and disk replacement surgery in the past
Xavier said he was following an operation after the tour through New Zealand.
"It was a juggling act, but there is always a positive side, and I learned a lot from this journey about taking care of myself and not taking my health and body for granted," he said.
& # 39; Playing shows, sharing energy, putting a smile on the faces of people who need it, and experiencing and sharing cultures are some of the many things I thank for. If I started complaining and crying about negative things, I would take my blessed existence for granted. I have a great life. & # 39;
Get well soon: Xavier & # 39; s European 33-date tour starts on June 27 and will visit the singer countries such as Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Germany before returning to Australia for a series of shows in August
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