Singer host of masked shark show loses battle to mask

Australian singer-songwriter and masked shark-watcher Tom Fenton has lost his bid to return to Australia to perform in the country.

Fenton had been invited to perform at a country music festival in Adelaide on March 7, but cancelled the gig after he was found to have a serious case of stage-four lung cancer.

“I had to take it off the list,” Fenton told Al Jazeera.

Fenton, who is based in Sydney, has since found alternative gigs and is due to return in November. “

As I said, it was a massive disappointment to all of us who had hoped that we could do it in Australia.”

Fenton, who is based in Sydney, has since found alternative gigs and is due to return in November.

“The cancer is very, very, highly responsive to certain environmental factors and in my case, my health is very poor,” he said.

“My hope is that this will put me in the best position to be in the future.” “

Fentons latest tour was cancelled due to the threat of the disease, and the singer was recently diagnosed with stage-three cancer. “

My hope is that this will put me in the best position to be in the future.”

Fentons latest tour was cancelled due to the threat of the disease, and the singer was recently diagnosed with stage-three cancer.

Fenton’s new tour was to begin on Friday, and he said he hoped the show would go ahead.

“This is just another step in the journey that I’ve been going on for 10 years, and hopefully I can finish it off in one piece,” he told Aljazeera.

“Hopefully, I’ll be able in the end to play my favourite songs and have a nice, relaxing time.”

Fentedons latest solo album, “Kung Fu” was released last year and he told the ABC it was the first time he had been able to play live music since he was diagnosed.