Adele to hit the music stage soon after throat surgery

Adele Laurie Blue Adkins

Adele debuted in 2008 with her album ‘19’ for which she won two awards for ‘Best New Artist’ and ‘Best Female Pop Vocal Performance’ in 51 Grammy Awards 2009. She also won the Brit Award (Critics’ Choice) for her first album.

Adele’s second album ‘21’ was released in January 2011 and got breaking success of 208,000 copies sale in first week in UK and got number one position in ‘UK Album Chart’ and hold the number one position for sixteen weeks.

She became the first female solo artist to remain longest ever in ‘UK Album Chart’. Even in US, her album ‘21’ got number one position and 352,000 copies sold in first week. Adele’s album ‘21’ made a record selling of 3 million copies in one year and added in the 2012 Guinness Book of World Records.

Adele was born on 5 May 1988 at Tottenham, North London, England. Adele began to sing form the age of four and she graduated in May 2006, from ‘The BRIT School for Performing Art and Technology’ in Croydon. For her class project, she had recorded three songs, and gave it to a friend, who posted it on Myspace, where it became huge success and from here, her singing career began.

Adele began to have voice trouble from January 2011, as she had started her promotional tour in Europe for her album ‘21’. She was diagnosed with laryngitis and was advised to rest for 10 days and when she recovered, she went back to do promotional tours. In May, she went on tour in the US and was in Minneapolis where one morning suddenly she could not speak. She was suffering a “vocal chord haemorrhage” and had to cancel all her remaining tour date. At Massachusetts General Hospital, Adele undergoes successful microsurgery. Dr. Steven Zeitels, who had done same surgery on Steven Tyler (Aerosmith) said he expect her to undergo a full recovery.

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