John Mayer is back home and recovering following an emergency appendectomy earlier this week.
The 40-year-old musician shared a picture on Friday of himself in a multi-colored coat standing outside in the snow.
"Home. See you in a bit. ♥️," Mayer captioned the Instagram snap.
On Tuesday, Mayer was rushed to the hospital where he had an emergency surgery, forcing Dead & Company to postpone a handful of shows while the singer recovered.
Mayer later thanked his fans for all their well wishes and apologized for not being able to finish the rest of the tour.
"I’m so sorry that we couldn’t finish out the last few dates of the tour. This band and these shows mean the world to me. Love you all dearly. ⚡️♥️⚡️," he tweeted.
He also shared a pic of himself in his hospital gown with the caption, "Still got it."
On Friday, Dead & Company announced that the postponed shows had been rescheduled.
"The Dead & Company concerts that were postponed due to John Mayer’s emergency appendectomy have been rescheduled for February 24th in New Orleans, February 26th in Ft. Lauderdale, and February 27th in Orlando," the group tweeted.
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