Eyes Set To Kill bassist suffering with blood clot

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Anisssa Rodriguez, bassist with Eyes Set To Kill, has been admitted to hospital after being diagnosed with a blood clot.

The bass guitarist is being closely monitored by doctors, with the band’s manager asking for fans’ prayers.

Posting on Eyes Set To Kill’s Facebook page, manager Daniel Vega wrote: “Anissa formed a blood clot behind her eye and is currently in the hospital. She is being monitored to determine what the next procedure will be to help assure a safe and speedy recovery.

“I’m sure you can imagine the severity of the situation and the good thing is she has the best care available.

“This is truly going to be a day by day development. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers.”

The band were due to embark upon a Norther American tour with Head PE this week, but have cancelled early dates in light of Rodriquez’s hospitalisation.

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Neil Young and Crazy Horse cancel more tour dates

NYandCHNeil Young and Crazy Horse have cancelled their upcoming tour dates in North America. The announcement comes just days after the band cancelled seven scheduled European gigs.

“We are sorry for any inconvenience this causes to our fans or the Festivals where we were scheduled to appear,” the band says in a statement. “As you must be, we too are disappointed at this unfortunate turn of events.”

The cancellations are as a result of an injury to guitarist Frank ‘Poncho’ Sampedro’s hand. “”[His] doctor has indicated that Sampedro’s hand requires additional time to heal properly,” the statement continues.

The affected North American dates are:

Aug 31: Greenbelt harvest Picnic, Dundas, Ontario
Sept 2: Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, N.Y.
Sept 4: Ottawa Folk Festival, Ottawa, Ontario
Sept 7: Interlocken Music Festival, Arrington, Va.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse are next scheduled to perform at Farm Aid in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., on September 21.