Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds keyboardist Conway Savage is undergoing treatment for a brain tumour, the band has revealed.
In a statement, the Australian outfit report that the veteran Bad Seed is recovering from a major surgery to have the growth removed.
“Many of you have noticed the absence of Conway Savage from this Summer’s North American tour and from the current European tour,” Cave & co. write.
“Conway was diagnosed with a brain tumour and underwent an operation just before the start of the North American shows. The operation was largely a success and he is currently at home in Australia undergoing follow-up treatment.”
The bands add: “I’m sure you’ll all join us in sending our beloved Conway lots of love & very best wishes. We are missing him enormously. We send him all our love and thoughts.”
Savage has been a member of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds for almost 30 years, and was part of the band’s huge Australian tour earlier this year before being sidelined due to ill health.
Catch photos from their Sydney show and read the band’s full statement on Conway’s health, below.
Gallery: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds @ ICC Sydney Theatre, Sydney 2017 / Photos: Maria Boyadgis
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds' Conway Savage Undergoing Treatment For Brain Tumour - Music Feeds