Williams singer says he’s ‘in a really good place’ after surgery to remove a brain tumor
Posted On July 9, 2021
A new video released by the singer/songwriter shows him talking to a friend about his diagnosis with brain cancer, and he’s feeling pretty good about his recovery.
Williams will perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in 2018.
The singer/guitarist said in an interview with Billboard magazine that he felt pretty good during the surgery and will soon have his next show.
“The last show I did I did a lot of shows that were really tough, because I had this thing where I couldn’t do what I wanted to do,” he said.
“I had to stop touring and do other things, and I felt like I couldn.
But, I’m really excited about it.
I’ve been able to do it all, but now I’m finally feeling good.”
Williamson underwent surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, in November 2016 to remove the brain tumor from his left side.
He told Billboard magazine he’s also having a good time with the support of his family.
He also thanked his bandmates and fans for the support during his recovery and said he’s been “pretty excited” to be back on stage.
“My friends and fans are just so amazing,” he told Billboard.
“It’s been a great ride.”
Willson has been performing and touring for a decade, most recently in 2018 with his band, The Drones, and in 2018 he released his debut album, Love in a Bottle.