Rahman says sorry

Oscar-Grammy winner A R Rahman has once again proved that he is down to earth, by apologising to fans for cancelling one of his music concerts due to an accident in Detroit (USA), in which part of the stage structure collapsed.
The Mozart of Madras, who is resuming his world tour on July 23 in the United Kingdom, said in a statement, "In my 15 years of doing concerts I have always put my fans first. The accident in Detroit had a profound effect on all of us."
He added: "The band, dancers, crew and I are all very disappointed, but it is the fans to whom I send the most heartfelt apology." The statement further said: "The shows that were due to take place in Zurich on July 16, Paris on July 17 and Mannheim on July 18 have had to be postponed due to circumstances beyond our control."
The shows in North America have been rescheduled for September, after the accident, in which most of the stage, lighting and musical equipment were damaged. Consequently, the itinerary for the shows had to be re-scheduled.


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