Crazy Horse Drummer Ralph Molina Comments on Tour Cancellation
Crazy Horse drummer Ralph Molina has commented on the band’s recent tour cancellation in a Facebook group. JamBase has noted that The Thrashers Wheat blog is reporting that Molina posted a comment in the Rusties group that reads:
Dearest you all…not burned out, nothing going on, other than our guitar player cannot play for another month….crap happens….I can’t see the stones without Keith…believe you me, we are all so terribly sorry…it wasn’t an on purpose thing…we will play again…luv you all…
The big news in that comment is that Crazy Horse intends to play again. Sampedro, whose injury is responsible for the cancelled dates, told Rolling Stone earlier this year that he was worried this tour would be their last.
As previously reported, Neil Young & Crazy Horse cancelled their North American tour—including their appearance at the upcoming Lockn’ Festival—yesterday due to an injury sustained by guitarist Poncho Sampedro. The news came shortly after the band cancelled their remaining European tour dates.
Here’s a look at Crazy Horse’s cancelled North American performances
August 31 Dundas, ON—Greenbelt Harvest Picnic
September 2 Port Chester, NY—Capitol Theatre
September 4 Ottawa, ON—Ottawa Folk Festival
September 7 Arrington, VA—Lockn’ Music Festival