Loretta Lynn suddenly cancels another concert after her stroke. I hope she’s ok…
Loretta Lynn has just cancelled another concert while still recovering from her stroke. May 4, 2017 was a terrifying day for all of her fans after hearing the news.
“Loretta, who just celebrated her 85th birthday, has been advised by her doctors to stay off the road while she is recuperating. Regrettably, upcoming scheduled shows will be postponed.”
Her sister, Crystal Gayle, and all of her team has kept us updated on her health saying that she is recovering. This is why we were all in shock to hear that one of her biggest and most anticipated shows is getting cancelled.
A couple of weeks ago the country star started to reschedule some of the shows that she had missed. Her first appearance was going to be inaugural Tennessee Motorcycle and Music Revival event. The event was going to take place at her Hurricane Mills, Tennessee ranch on October 1.
Fans were starting to get excited knowing Loretta was going to be performing again. Unfortunately, things took a bit of a turn. Loretta’s doctors have advised her to stay off of the road longer than expected.
Now she has cancelled another show and it was a big one. Her show at Packard Music Hall in Warren, Ohio, which was originally scheduled for June 9th. It was postponed until December 2nd, and has now officially been cancelled.
“According to a new report from NBC affiliate WFMJ, Lynn’s previously postponed concert on December 2nd has been cancelled, and ticket holders may receive refunds. Her management, JAC Management Company, did not list a reason for the cancellation. “
Although no news has been released about her health recently, this is really concerning. Please continue to keep Loretta in your prayers for a full recovery!
We love you, Loretta! Stay Strong!