Charles Kelley has postponed the remaining tour dates for The Driver Tour, in order to finish work on his upcoming solo EP.
“As much as I hate postponing dates y’all it’s important that I finish this EP into the full length record first. New dates coming soon!” Kelley said via Twitter.
In October, a string of concert and theater dates were announced, with The Driver Tour set to run from November through the end of January 2016. Sony Nashville newcomer Maren Morris was named as opener for the shows. Earlier this year, Kelley previewed songs from the album for Nashville industry members.
The tour was set up to help promote Kelley’s debut solo single “The Driver,” which features guest appearances from Dierks Bentley and Eric Paslay. The song has earned a Grammy nomination for Best Country Duo/Group Performance, which was announced on Dec. 7.
Meanwhile, Lady Antebellum is on hiatus. While Kelley pursues a solo career, it was revealed that fellow Lady Antebellum member Hillary Scott is working on a project with her family.
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