News

Bryan Ferry released from hospital after 'precautionary tests'

Bryan Ferry released from hospital after 'precautionary tests'

Bryan Ferry has been released from hospital after being admitted last night (April 5) for tests.

The Roxy Music singer, who pulled out of an appearance at an Olympic 2012 event at London's O2 Arena as he was feeling unwell, was discharged from the undisclosed hospital this afternoon, reports WENN.

According to a source Ferry underwent "precautionary tests" during his stay in hospital and is now recovering at his home in London.

His publicist said that he had not suffered a heart attack but did not disclose details of his ailment.

It was also confirmed earlier today that Ferry's planned gig schedule for the rest of the year has not been affected by his health scare.

He is set to start a European solo tour on April 19 in Israel.

Latest music and film news on Uncut.co.uk.

Uncut have teamed up with Sonic Editions to curate a number of limited-edition framed iconic rock photographs, featuring the likes of Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan and The Clash. View the full collection here.


Newsletter


Editor's Letter

Reviewed: Respect Yourself: Stax Records And The Soul Explosion by Robert Gordon


As Robert Gordon reminds us in Respect Yourself: Stax Records And The Soul Explosion, his terrific account of the rise and fall of the great Memphis soul imprint, the Stax story is more than a record-label history. “It is an American story,” Gordon writes,”...