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Leonard Cohen Reschedules European Performances Due To Injury

It has been announced today that a run of performances by Leonard Cohen have been rescheduled to allow proper time for a sports-related injury sustained by the artist to heal.

While exercising recently, Leonard Cohen suffered a compression injury in his lower back. He has been advised by physicians to follow the typical four to six month regime of physical therapy prescribed for athletes with similar injuries.

"Doctors have confirmed that Mr. Cohen is otherwise in terrific shape, thanks to years of exercise and careful diet, and simply needs appropriate time to recover from the lower back injury," stated Cohen's manager, Robert Kory.

The rescheduled dates below will be amended shortly to reflect all thirteen rescheduled dates:

July 25 - ZAGREB - ARENA
September 15 - CAEN - ZENITH
September 17 - GRENOBLE - PALAIS DES SPORTS
September 19 - STRASBOURG - ZENITH
September 21 - MARSEILLE - LE DOME
September 23 - TOURS - PARC DES EXPOSITIONS
September 25 - LILLE - ZENITH GRAND PALAIS
October 04 - KATOWICE - SPODEK
October 07 - MOSCOW - KREMLIN PALACE
October 13 - BRATISLAVA - INCHEBA EXPO ARENA