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Bowling For Soup drummer Gary Wiseman struck down with mystery illness

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The American pop-punk band who gave us singles like Stacy’s Mom, 1985, and Girl all the Bad Guys Want, announced yesterday that drummer Gary Wiseman was forced to drop out of the bands current UK Tour due to a mystery illness.

Last Tuesday in Swansea, Wiseman suffered what his bandmates thought was a severe panic attack, just before taking the stage.

In a statement on Facebook Jaret Reddick the band’s Front man said Wiseman was ‘seen by medics, his vitals were checked, and he was monitored through the evening,’ adding that it was ‘suggested that Gary go to the hospital.’

Reddick said doctors had seen Wiseman nine hours later and ‘found nothing to be wrong. A heart attack was ruled out and blood work looked fine.’

Wiseman had still not recovered by Thursday and the call was made to send him home to be treated by his own physicians. In yesterday’s statement Reddick gave no further update on the drummer’s condition, other than to say that Wiseman and the band’s tour manager were on a plane home.

‘It has been a very emotional and scary time for all of us. We are family. We are brothers. And that comes first, Reddick said.

In the absence of their drummer the band announced yesterday ‘We are planning a show for tonight and tomorrow that people will not soon forget. Everyone will leave happy. We will do this all for Gary!’

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