Singer John Mayer Hospitalized, Rushed to Emergency Surgery in New Orleans

John Mayer Hospitalized, Undergoes Emergency Appendectomy

John Mayer Hospitalized for Emergency Appendectomy

John Mayer's been rushed to a New Orleans hospital for an emergency appendectomy.

The band announced the news on Twitter, and added that all tickets for the Tuesday night show at Smoothie King Center would be honored for a to-be-announced rescheduled date.

John was hospitalized early Tuesday morning according to a rep for the singer. Information on the rescheduled date will be announced as soon as possible.

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Mayer plays lead guitar in the group that includes three original members of the legendary Grateful Dead.

The guitarist is touring with The Dead and Company. The New Orleans show slated for Tuesday evening was the third-to-last show of the string of gigs, initially set to conclude December 8 in Sunrise, Florida.

Mayer, 40, has not yet commented on the procedure, but as of Monday evening, he'd been active on social media. Mayer has additional solo tour dates slated for this month, and it's unclear now how they'll be affected.

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