LeAnn Rimes has to postpone performances because of ‘bleeding’ to vocal cords
LeAnn Rimes postpones some of her tour dates because of a bleeding on her vocal cord.
Rimes announced the news with a handwritten note she posted on Instagram, writing that she also had the flu.
“It completely and utterly breaks my heart to have to announce that I will be moving this weekend’s shows,” she wrote.
She continued, “While I was sick with the flu, my doctor discovered bleeding on my vocal cords, caused by the violent cough that came with being sick. I’m getting better, but I can’t speak or sing… doctor’s order!”
The singer added that she is “devastated” to have to postpone but will see fans after she recovers.
“I’m devastated to have to do this because there was nothing I looked forward to more than celebrating the holidays with you,” she said. “Check your emails for information on new scheduled times and I’ll see you very soon.”
Rimes’ “JOY: The Holiday Tour” kicked off on December 2. She would perform songs from her album “god’s work”.
She added her rescheduled dates and announced that her concert at The Ryman in Nashville, Tennessee, will take place on April 8, 2023. A performance at The Riverside Casino and Golf Resort will take place on September 29, 2023.
“Check your emails/point of sale for details,” she told cardholders.
Rimes tentatively resumes her tour on December 16 in Lincoln City, Oregon.