Hedley says show will go on amid sexual misconduct allegations
The St. Catharines show will go on for a pop-rock band facing sexual misconduct allegations.
Hedley has withdrawn from consideration for three awards at this year's Junos and plans to "talk about how we have let some people down, and what we intend to do about it."
The band has come under fire since sexual misconduct allegations began circulating on social media.
Many radio stations have stopped playing their music, and there are reports the band has been dropped by their management team.
Despite this, in a statement issued today the band says it won't be cancelling 23 shows booked through the month of March because, "the easy thing to do would be to cancel the tour and hide."
The band is scheduled to appear in St. Catharines on March 7th.
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