Jorn van Deynhoven takes time off to focus on health after emergency surgery.
Jorn van Deynhoven is taking a break from touring and music commitments to recover from a lengthy 12-hour emergency surgery after his aorta ripped on July 17. The ‘We Can Fly’, ‘New Horizons’ and ‘Fake ID’ hit-maker took to social media to share the news last week, and tweeted today that he’s scheduled for another surgery tomorrow.
“To fully recover and rehabilitate, I unfortunately won’t be able to fulfill any gigs, meetings nor appointments in the near future. From the bottom of my heart I thank you for your understanding, the endless well wishes, love and support you have sent my way!” the Trance hero said last week.
Jorn van Deynhoven has emerged as one of the hottest names in Trance society in recent years, delivering top-notch tunes to please the crowds across the globe and has produced mind-blowing remixes for some of the biggest acts in the scene including The Space Brothers, Mark Sixma, RAM and Armin van Buuren.
Many of his industry friends, have reached out on social media to wish him a speedy recovery. Ben Nicky wrote, “Get well soon mate and fuck touring until you’re way than better, you only get one body mate.” Craig Connelly tweeted, “Get well soon buddy,” and Fisherman commented “Heavy! Get well soon mate!”
The Trance mastermind is sure to fill the hearts of Trance fans with even more joy after recovering from all surgeries.
Sending you best wishes for a successful surgery tomorrow, Jorn van Deynhoven.