Country legend Loretta Lynn has canceled the last of her 2017 tour and postponed her Wouldn’t It Be Great album release until 2018 due to doctors orders.
“I am getting stronger every day and can’t wait to get back out there with all of you,” said Lynn in a post on her website and social media. “I’m just letting everybody know that Willie ain’t dead yet and neither am I, and I can’t wait to see all of you on the road!”
The news, confirmed by MusicRow, comes after the announcement this May that Lynn was recovering from a stroke just weeks after her 85th birthday. Over a dozen future outing cancellations now come on the heels of already a dozen shows missed by the recovering entertainer this year.
The forthcoming album was to be released by Legacy Recordings (a division of Sony Music Entertainment) on August 18. More news is expected about the album and tour as it becomes available.
Loretta Lynn Remaining 2017 Dates Cancelled
Jul 22 — Treasure Island Resort & Casino, Welch, MN
Aug 25-26 — Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN
Sep 02 — Loretta Lynn Ranch, Hurricane Mills, TN
Sep 08 — Rialto Square Theatre, Joliet, IL
Sep 09 — Shipshewana Event Center, Shipshewana, IN
Sep 23 — Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC
Sep 28 — Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC
Sep 29 — The Carolina Theatre of Durham, Durham, NC
Oct 14 — Andy Williams Theatre, Branson, MO
Oct 15 — Andy Williams Theatre, Branson, MO
Oct 27 — Tower Theatre, Philadelphia, PA
Oct 28 — Seneca Allegany Casino, Salamanca, NY
Nov 03 — The Mahaffey Theater, Saint Petersburg, FL
Nov 04 — Broward Center, Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Nov 18 — Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, Mount Vernon, KY
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