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On Sunday, August 31, The Kings of Leon will play their first show since drummer Nathan Followill sustained an injury to the ribs.
According to The Celebrity Cafe, The Kings of Leon's tour had to be postponed for two weeks in August when Followill broke some ribs as their tour bus came to a sudden stop trying to avoid a pedestrian.
Now that Followill has reportedly recovered just in time for the band to headline the second night of the Budweiser Made in America festival.
As of yesterday, Followill's brother Caleb said, "He has this protective gear that he's wearing that's there to help him...[On Thursday], we went in [to rehearsal] and we kind of loosened up a little bit, played five or six songs. [On Friday], we went in and played more, but by the end of it he was definitely tired."