Two-time ARIA Hall of Fame-inducted singer Daryl Braithwaite is recovering immediately after screening positive for COVID-19.
The former Sherbet frontman has postponed a string of approaching Australian reveals as a final result of his prognosis.
“This early morning I was notified that I had Covid-19,” he writes in a information posted Tuesday (Jan. 11). The 73-12 months-aged artist says users of his band also tested constructive, even though he did not identify them.
Braithwaite has many dates booked for his Incredible Caprettos tour of Australia’s east coast, which is scheduled to wrap up March 6, 2022 with a one-off exhibit at Hobart’s Botanical Gardens.
As frontman with glam-era pop outfit Sherbet, Braithwaite landed a string of hits in the ’70s with “Summer Like,” “Howzat,” “Cassandra” and other individuals.
The Sherbs, as they’re affectionately identified in these components, relished a flavor of global success. Again in 1976, their Aussie chart-topping strike “Howzat” peaked at No. 4 in the U.K. and No. 61 in the U.S. And they crossed into French Contact territory when Daft Punk sampled their early ‘80s monitor “We Journey Tonight” for the now-disbanded duo’s song “Contact,” from 2013’s Random Obtain Recollections.
Braithwaite’s interpretation of Rickie Lee Jones‘ “The Horses” is now regarded as a vintage Down Less than and is a staple at home events across the nation.
Braithwaite was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame for a next time, in 2017. He was elevated with Sherbet in 1990, just the 3rd 12 months of the annual celebration.