Hi and thanks for your question.
I am curious how old the two of you are, and does he also want marriage someday and a family, meaning do the two of you share common goals that would help to keep the relationship going, even while he is away?
Yes I understand your concerns. Your concerns about the future and if he will be able in fact to juggle both being on tour and the demands of family life are just that, in the future. They are valid concerns but you wont' be able to know that now.
So, what you can do now is focus on what is concerning you now. It seems that him being on the road and away for long periods of time, is going to be an adjustment for both of you, understandably. How this works out will answer your questions about future concerns. So, no need to worry about both at this time. See how the next 6 months go with him, and see how you feel about the distance and time away, if it affects your feelings, or his. You can't know what you don't know. But, you can give yourself a time frame to test it out, and then make a decision later on. In the meantime, cut yourself some slack and say you don't need to figure it all out now. You will know when the time comes. In the meantime come up with ways to stay in contact with your bf while he is away - skype, texting etc. All the best. Please click ACCEPT so I will be credited for my answer. Thank you.
Sorry for the later reply... I had to step away a bit this afternoon. I think that your concerns are valid however it could be that he is also feeling his own pressure about this transition and is maybe even looking to you to reassure him. Maybe he worries as well if your feelings will change while he is away. If either his change or yours change is ultimately to be seen. However, as I mentioned you two could make plans to do nightly calls, or skype web cam calls, texting. etc with technology today being long distance doesn't have to mean in way, being disconnected.
Reassure him that this is new to each of you, but that you are supportive of him, happy for him and are here for him. This kind of reassurance will likely be shown to you in response. He did apologize and expressed his affection. I would let it go...and not worry about it, and focus on staying connected. Please ACCEPT. Thanks!