After 30 years, Swedish pop band Roxette has announced its touring days are over. Their 30th Anniversary Tour was supposed to go on the road June 3, but the famous duo is canceling after advice from Marie Fredriksson’s doctor.

"It's been 30 great years! I feel only happiness and joy when I look back at all the gigs around the world during this long period of time,” said the singer in a press release.
Fredriksson has been battling cancer and its complications since 2002, but she and Per Gessle plan to continue their long career together as Roxette without tours — their most recent release of the single "It just happens" on April 8 (Listen to the title song here Roxette – It Just Happens (Official Lyric Video); on June 3, their 10th album "Good Karma" will be available.


Roxette's hits include Listen to Your Heart, Sleeping In My Car and It Must Have Been Love; they leave behind 557 live shows, 75 million albums sold, 51 singles released and four U.S. Billboard number ones, making them one of the world's most successful bands. More information about Fredriksson’s state of health isn’t available, but it appears Roxette will continue to sing together and there could be more albums in the future.