Bunny Wailer Cancels International Show Dates, Citing Medical Condition

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - November 18, 2011

By the Caribbean Journal staff

Citing an undisclosed medical condition, reggae star Bunny Wailer has canceled all of his upcoming international show dates.

The singer was scheduled to appear at the Bayside Rocks reggae festival in Miami this weekend, but canceled his appearance; producers ultimately canceled the event.

Also scheduled to appear was reggae singer Luciano, who also canceled, due to what is reportedly a serious legal issue preventing him from traveling to the United States.

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