Wolfgang Gartner has announced that he will be unable to make it to all of the shows that he has booked for the rest of February and beyond. While it is unclear at this moment what his ailment is, he has cited health issues as the reason he will not be able to perform at this time.

Wolfgang Gartner wrote on his Facebook page, "My health has been declining while on the road, and gotten to a point where I am having cardiac issues that make it unsafe for me to be in that environment. My doctor, family and loved ones have asked and advised me not to continue touring due to the dangerous physical symptoms I am experiencing on the road. I feel like I am letting my fans down but at this time I need to put my health and life first. Thank you for your understanding and again, my apologies."

Amongst the cancelled events are headlining shows in Philadelphia, Atlanta, Denver, Park City (Utah), Chicago and Las Vegas. Wolfgang Gartner was just announced yesterday as part of Chicago's Spring Awakening festival lineup in June. Whether or not he will be healthy enough to perform by then remains to be seen.

In November 2014, Wolfgang Gartner released his newest single, "Unholy," featuring the soulful vocals of Bobby Saint. The track marked the DJ-producer's first official release since he teamed up Tommy Trash on "Hounds of Hell," the anthem for the their tour of the same name. Listen to "Unholy" below, and purchase the track on Beatport via Wolfgang's own Kindergarten Records.

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