Rick Springfield Tests Positive for Covid
Working Class Dog Rick Springfield is sick as a dog with Covid, forcing a postponement on his current tour.
The rocker–famed for his role as Dr. Noah Drake on the soap opera, General Hospital–shared his diagnosis this weekend on the micro-blogging site, Twitter.
“Felt a little crappy today and turns out I tested positive for Covid. Not able to perform tonight at Foxwoods,” he wrote on New Years Day. “For the safety of my band, crew, venue staff, and all of my amazing fans, I’m isolating, taking Tylenol and drinking lots of green tea. So bummed!”
As for when that show will take place, Springfield was less specific.
“I’m certain we’ll reschedule a Foxwoods show in the new year. Can’t wait to rock again with you soon!” he wrote.
Springfield’s next show with Loverboy is set to take place in Ridgefield, WA on Jan. 23.
In other Rick news, Valentine’s Day will feature the world premiere of ‘Orchestrating My Life’ featuring Rick Springfield performing with the Santa Monica HS Orchestra recorded at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. This special streaming pay-per-view event will be available to watch February 14 at 3pm PT / 6pm ET through February 17 at 3pm PT / 6pm ET.
For info on tickets and VIP ticket packages, please visit: https://rickspringfieldmerch.com/collections/pay-per-view-events