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White Wizzard Splits With Vocalist Mid-Tour, Seeking Fan Replacement

White Wizzard has posted the following message online via Facebook about splitting with the band's vocalist mid-tour and seeking a fan to replace him:

"So fans of the Wizzard in London here is the deal. Joseph Michael fucked off our gig in Cardiff and left us screwed, sat in a bar and refused to perform the show.

"Though Peter and Jon came through and saved the day and sang some tunes, and actually had an amazing memorable gig... if there is anyone that can bring it on some Wizzard tunes that wants to get up and do 5 or 6 songs tomorrow night we will give you the chance.... Jon and Peter will handle some tunes and we will make it a party.

"If we find a guy good enough.... hey you can do the euro tour. Here is a chance for a fan that can sing... if not we may get a few guys up and just have fun with it. Yes our luck with singers is legendary and yes this is spinal tap but hey fuck it. We will carry on.

"The 4 of us are determined to not let it stop us. We thank every fan and will bring it tomorrow we assure you. Thanks for all your support. God help us find a decent singer that is dependable and a good guy!! That is all we ask. Here is to hoping and if anything one memorable night upcoming in London."

Remaining dates on the tour include:

Oct. 06 - London, UK - Borderline
Oct. 08 - Cologne, Germany - Underground
Oct. 09 - Munich, Germany - Backstage Club
Oct. 10 - Berlin, Germany - Cassiopeia
Oct. 11 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Stengade
Oct. 12 - Hamburg, Germany - Headcrush
Oct. 13 - Lichtenfels, Germany - Paunchy Cats
Oct. 19 - Drachten, Netherlands - Iduna

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