Los Angeles: Grammy-winning singer Sam Smith cancelled his show in Milan, Italy on the 9th of March, as the songwriter is down with a severe case of laryngitis.
The talented 22-year-old took to ‘Twitter’ to announce the disappointing news and apologize to fans just hours before the concert was supposed to start at the city's Alcatraz Club.
"I have Laryngitis. I'm so upset. I'm sorry to any fans in Milan tonight and to all who have traveled from abroad... I promise to make it up to you," the 'Stay With Me' hit maker wrote in a string of posts.
In another post, he told his followers that the cancelled show had been rescheduled for June ."Milan, I'm back in June and I will sing the hardest I've ever sung. That's a promise," he added.
Smith has been on the road to support his 2014 acclaimed debut album ‘In the Lonely Hour’. The set, which peaked at no.2 on Billboard 200, was among the contenders for ‘Album of the Year Award’ at last month's ‘Grammys’.