Mexican superstar Juan Gabriel has assured fans he will be back on stage next month (May14) following his hospitalisation this week (beg14Apr14).
The 64 year old cancelled three dates in California after he was admitted to an intensive care unit in Las Vegas on Monday (14Apr14) to treat a nasty bout of pneumonia.
Gabriel is currently recovering under doctors' care but he has now announced plans to be back on stage next month (May14) by rescheduling his dates in Los Angeles and San Jose, California. The L.A. shows will now take place on 8 May (14) and 9 May (14), while the San Jose concert has been slated for 28 May (14).
The star has assured his fans on Twitter.com that he is over the worst of his illness, adding, "There is no better medicine than the beautiful wishes from so many loved ones... All that you wish for me I want returned to you."
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