Crazy Horse Bassist Billy Talbot Suffers Stroke

performs onstage at the Global Citizen Festival In Central Park To End Extreme Poverty - Show at Central Park on September 29, 2012 in New York City.

Crazy Horse Bassist Billy Talbot Suffers Stroke

performs onstage at the Global Citizen Festival In Central Park To End Extreme Poverty - Show at Central Park on September 29, 2012 in New York City.

Billy Talbot, the bassist for Neil Young & Crazy Horse since the group formed in 1967, has suffered a stroke according to a press release. Talbot (above, center) is expected to make a full recovery, but his doctors have advised him to sit out the band’s upcoming tour dates in Europe and the Middle East, so Young’s former CSNY/Buffalo Springfield bandmate Rick Rosas will handle bass duties this time around. Here are the dates:

7/7 Reykjavik, Iceland @ Laugardsholl
7/10 Cork, Ireland @ Marquee
7/12 London, England @ British Summer Time
7/13 Liverpool, England @ Liverpool Echo Arena
7/15 Istanbul, Turkey @ Kucokcitifix Park
7/17 Tel Aviv, Israel @ Hayarkon Park
7/20 Ulm, Germany @ Munsterplatz
7/21 Barolo, Italy @ Open Air Barolo
7/23 Vienna, Austria @ Stadthalle
7/25 Munchengladbach, Germany @ Hockey Park
7/26 Dresden, Germany @ Elbufer
7/28 Mainz, Germany @ Norde Mole Open Air
7/30 Copenhagen, Denmark @ Forum
8/1 Bergen, Norway @ Bergen Festival
8/3 Stockholm, Sweden @ Music and Arts Festival
8/5 Lokeren, Belgium @ Lockeren Festival
8/7 Monte Carlo, Monaco @ Sporting Club
8/8 Alsace, France @ Festival de la Foire aux Vins

[Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images.]

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