Morgan Wallen has postponed his appointed shows in Pennsylvania and New Jersey due to voice issues again.
The country music star announced on Tuesday that he is rescheduling the next six weeks of his concert tour dates after doctors told him to rest his vocal cords.
The 29-year-old will also be missing an appearance this week at the Academy of Country Music Awards telecast, where was nominated for an award for the entertainer of the year.
“I got some bad news from my doctors at the Vanderbilt Voice Center yesterday, after taking 10 days of vocal rest,” Wallen said in a video. “I performed three shows last weekend in Florida, and by the third one, I felt terrible. So I went in and got scoped yesterday and they told me that I re-injured my vocal cords and that I have vocal fold trauma. Their advice is that I go on vocal rest for six weeks. So that’s what I’m going to do.”
A representative of Wallen said that 14 shows would be postponed, starting with a concert date in Hershey, Pennsylvania, on May 18. The tour is set to resume on June 22 at Chicago’s Wrigley Field.
On April 23, Wallen abruptly canceled his concert in Oxford, Mississippi, after saying he had lost his voice. Two opening acts had already performed at the Vaught Hemingway Stadium on the University of Mississippi campus when it was announced on the video screens that he will not be performing.
“Ladies and gentlemen, unfortunately, Morgan has lost his voice and is unable to perform tonight. Therefore, tonight’s show has been canceled. Please make your way safely to the stadium exits. Refunds for tonight’s event will be available at point of purchase,” the message read.