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X Japan Paris live postponed / Yoshiki mentions his fans in his will

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Today, at X Japan Film Gig in Suzuka, Yoshiki and Toshi announced the postponement of two shows planned for this year - Paris and Osaka. They intend to release a new album with some old and some new songs as soon as possible and then restart the world tour.

Yoshiki wore a neck brace, but otherwise looked well.

UPDATE: According to JapanToday, Yoshiki revealed that "he has prepared his will given the risks involved with his spinal injuries, and that nearly one quarter of his assets will be used for the benefit of his long-term fans."

The article also talked about his health condition, stating that "... he revealed that he would have to get the disc replaced within the next three years, and that if nerve damage in his arm did not heal in the next two years, then it would be permanent. He said doctors cautioned him on his drumming practice which will resume next month, telling him not to raise his arms too high, not to twist his body left and right, and not to use anything heavier than one kilogram."


Sources: Various newspapers and webpages, including Sanspo and JapanToday


Discuss Paris live here! Discuss the Suzuka Film Gig here!
« Last Edit: August 24, 2009, 08:18:25 PM by Hypno »

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Reply #1 on: August 24, 2009, 08:17:55 PM
UPDATE: According to JapanToday, Yoshiki revealed that "he has prepared his will given the risks involved with his spinal injuries, and that nearly one quarter of his assets will be used for the benefit of his long-term fans."

The article also talked about his health condition, stating that "... he revealed that he would have to get the disc replaced within the next three years, and that if nerve damage in his arm did not heal in the next two years, then it would be permanent. He said doctors cautioned him on his drumming practice which will resume next month, telling him not to raise his arms too high, not to twist his body left and right, and not to use anything heavier than one kilogram."

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