At this point, your chances of winning the lottery are better than actually seeing Morrissey in concert. For every show in which he walks onstage and sings, there seems to be another two or three that are either canceled or postponed.

For the third time in a week, the singer is missing more shows. Even though he showed up for a weekend concert in Boston, after postponing a couple performances last week, Morrissey has now crossed off tonight's and tomorrow's appearances from his itinerary.

According to a post on the 9:30 Club's Facebook page, concerts in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., are now not happening. "At the advice of Morrissey Official's medical team, Baltimore at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall is now rescheduled for June 24 and the the Lincoln Theatre in Washington DC is rescheduled for June 25," reads the post.

Fans are no doubt getting used to all this by now. Last week, Morrissey canceled a couple shows -- including one in Atlanta for the fourth time! -- after he came down with some sort of mysterious virus. And starting in late 2012, there was a string of cancellations and postponements that covered everything from his mom getting sick to a bleeding ulcer.

There were various other ailments along the way that have derailed his tour plans too.

Morrissey's new album, 'World Peace Is None of Your Business,’ is out on July 15, which, at this rate, may be the next time anyone sees the guy in person.

In the meantime, enjoy this video of Morrissey reciting some lyrics to a song from his new album:

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