Reba McEntire postpones concerts due to doctor-advised ‘vocal rest’

Reba McEntire postpones concerts due to doctor-advised ‘vocal rest’

McEntire had to cancel a number of shows due to ‘vocal rest.’ It’s unclear whether the country singer will still perform at the CMA Awards on Nov. 9.

Reba McEntire revealed that she canceled a slew of weekend shows due to vocal issues.

The “I’m a Survivor” singer provided an update from her doctor while also thanking her fans for their patience with the sudden change in her tour dates.

“An update about this weekend’s shows,” she wrote. “My doctor has advised me to go on vocal rest, so I have made the difficult decision to reschedule this weekend’s shows.”

McEntire added, “All tickets will be honored for the new dates” in December. She ended her post with, “Thank you for understanding!”

Columbus, Ohio, Raleigh, North Carolina, and Indianapolis shows were all rescheduled for the following month.

Reba announced earlier this month that she would be extending her tour and adding new dates to her 2023 schedule.

It’s unknown whether the “Fancy” singer will attend the Country Music Association Awards ceremony next week.

McEntire is one of several artists set to perform at the CMAs, including Katy Perry, Miranda Lambert, and Carrie Underwood.

Kelsea Ballerini will perform “YOU’RE DRUNK, GO HOME” with Kelly Clarkson and Carly Pearce, as well as a duet between HARDY and Lainey Wilson singing “wait in the truck.”

McEntire has won numerous awards over the course of her career, including 16 Academy of Country Music Awards, three Grammy Awards, and eight CMA Awards.

She’s also had 59 top-10 hits on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, with 24 of them reaching No. 1.

The CMAs will be broadcast on Wednesday, November 9.


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