Country star LeAnn Rimes says she has rescheduled her tour dates.
On Wednesday, the “Can’t Fight the Moonlight” singer took to Instagram to announce that she had “the flu” and bleeding vocal cords.
“It completely and utterly breaks my heart to announce that I will be rescheduling this weekend’s shows,” Rimes wrote.
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“When I had the flu, my doctor found that my vocal cords were bleeding. It was from a bad cough I had been sick with. I’m getting better, but I can’t talk or sing… doctor’s orders!”
He shared a photo of a handwritten letter on his social media account explaining why his concerts had to be postponed.
“I’m so sorry to have to do this because I was looking forward to nothing more than celebrating the holidays with you. Please check your email for rescheduled information and I’ll see you soon.”
In her headline, Rimes listed her rescheduled tour dates, announcing her April 8, 2023 concert at The Ryman in Nashville, Tennessee.
His concert at The Riverside Casino and Golf Resort is scheduled for September 29, 2023.
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“Please refer to your email address/point of purchase for more information,” Rimes advised.
The Grammy Award winner kicked off her JOY: The Holiday Tour on Dec. 2, when she was scheduled to perform a variety of holiday hits and songs from her new album, God’s Work.
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After recovering, Rimes will resume the tour on December 16 with two nights in Lincoln City, Oregon, and then head to the Northern Quest Resort & Casino in Airway Heights, Washington.
The “How I Live” singer is set to wrap up her 2022 run at the Pala Casino in California on December 22 and resume on February 17, 2023 in New Braunfels, Texas.