Angels Frontman Determined To Beat Brain Tumor

(Classic Rock) Angels frontman Doc Neeson has told bandmates he will among the 20 per cent of patients who beat a form of aggressive brain tumor which resulted in him being hospitalized and all tour dates being cancelled.

Neeson, who turned 66 on January 4, was admitted to hospital shortly before Christmas complaining of pins and needles. He was immediately placed on a programme of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

His plight has ended plans for him to front a second version of the iconic Australian pub-rock band, which would tour in competition with a line-up fronted by former Screaming Jets singer David Gleeson.

Drummer Buzz Bidstrup told News Limited of the diagnosis: "On a scale of one to four it's a four. But he's incredibly stoic and accepting; he's in great spirits." more on this story

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