Last week, Papa Roach kicked off their North American co-headlining tour with Stone Sour . Frontman Jacoby Shaddix says he’s grateful to back on the road now that his voice has healed following last year’s corrective surgery, during which doctors removed a nodule from his left vocal cord.
"I was really nervous after I got the surgery, I couldn’t talk for a few weeks which was tough, but I did the right thing and I followed doctor’s orders and my voice recovered fully,” he tells ABC News Radio. “Obviously some huge lifestyle changes have been an integral part of why my voice is the way it is and it’s staying now.”
Shaddix also gives fans an idea of what they can expect to experience if they make it out to one of their upcoming shows. “We’re doing six songs off The Connection and we’re performing for 75 minutes," he explains. "So fans will get the new stuff, mixed with the cult classics, mixed with the hits. It’s a set that P-Roach fans will love I guarantee it."
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