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Morrissey live at SXSW in 2006. Pic via: mrmatt @ flickr via Wiki Commons

(CNN) — After a series of reshuffled dates, Morrissey has canceled the remainder of his North American tour for health reasons.

In recent weeks, Morrissey has been plagued with a bleeding ulcer, Barrett’s esophagus and double pneumonia, a statement from the musician’s rep said.

As a result, those anticipating to see the artist perform his upcoming March shows in Lawrence, Kansas; Lincoln, Nebraska; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Chicago, Illinois; Clear Lake, Iowa; Nashville, Tennessee; and Atlanta, Georgia will have to wait until his next tour.

“Despite his best efforts to try to continue touring, Morrissey has to take a hiatus and will not be able to continue on the rest of the tour,” the statement said. “Morrissey thanks all of his fans for their well wishes and thoughts.”

Here’s a list of the other tour dates that have been pulled from the calendar – if you bought tickets to one of these shows, you can get a refund from your point of purchase.

April 2: Asheville, North Carolina at Orange Peel

April 3: Richmond, Virginia at National

April 6: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Tower Theater

April 8: Flint, MI at Whiting Auditorium

April 9: Indianapolis, Indiana at Murat Theater

April 12: Beaumont, Texas at Jefferson Theater

April 13: Pharr, Texas at Pharr Entertainment Center

April 15: Dallas, Texas at Palladium

April 16: Austin, Texas at Austin Music Hall

April 19: Phoenix, Arizona at Marquee Theater

April 20: Las Vegas, Nevada at The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

April 23: El Paso, Texas at Tricky Falls

April 26: Denver, Colorado at Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre

April 28: Salt Lake City, Utah at Kingsbury Hall

April 30: San Francisco, California at The Warfield

CNN’s Carolyn Sung contributed to this report.

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