Kings of Leon Scraps Rest of U.S. Tour After Dallas Walkoff

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On Friday, Kings of Leon had to cut short a Dallas concert after lead singer Caleb Followill walked off the stage and didn't return after telling fans he was "just so [expletive] hot." Now, according to MTV News, the band has issued a statement cancelling the remainder of its U.S. tour, in order to give Followill time to recover from what the statement calls "vocal issues and exhaustion."

After the aborted Dallas concert, bassist and fellow Followill brother Jared tweeted an apology for the show and blamed "internal sicknesses & problems that have needed to be addressed" for his brother's erratic performance.


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