Blood, Sweat and Tears delays Israel show

The March concert is now slated for October.

(Courtesy Blood, Sweat and Tears) (photo credit: Courtesy)
(Courtesy Blood, Sweat and Tears)
(photo credit: Courtesy)
American jazz group Blood, Sweat & Tears – or at least its modern incarnation – was supposed to arrive in Israel for a performance next week. But the band announced Monday that it had to push the show off until October.
According to local concert organizers, the group had to delay the show due to “technical issues and constraints.” The concert was originally slated to take place next week, on March 5, in Tel Aviv. The new date for the show is October 22, in the same location. Organizers said tickets will transfer to the new date and anyone who wants a refund will be granted it.
The band was founded in 1967 in New York, but its current lineup doesn’t contain any original members. Lead singer Bo Bice is an American Idol alumnus who was the runner-up in the show’s fourth season, and has been with the band since 2014.