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Accident forces Los Lonely Boys Hawaii concerts to be postponed

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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

A member of Los Lonely Boys band has been involved in an accident, forcing the postponement of concerts in Hawaii, according to local promoters.

This weekend's Aloha Tower Marketplace and Kilohana Pavilion concerts will be rescheduled for a later date, which promoters say will be announced soon.

Tickets issued for this weekend's shows will be honored on the rescheduled dates; buyers are encouraged to keep their tickets in a safe place until they are announced.

For more information about the concerts, call (808) 593-8333.

According to the band's official Facebook fan page, singer Henry Garza is hospitalized after falling off a stage in Los Angeles:

Henry Garza, of Texas trio Los Lonely Boys, was admitted to a Los-Angeles area hospital after sustaining injuries from a fall at the Downey Civic Theater last night. Shortly following the conclusion of the band's performance, Mr. Garza walked to the front of the stage to greet fans and fell into the orchestra pit. Brother Joey Garza quickly jumped down to his aid, and Henry was transported to the hospital. Doctors are observing Mr. Garza's condition to make sure the trauma has not led to significant spinal or neck injuries. 

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