Rascal Flatts cancels show due to vocal issues
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
– Rascal Flatts had to cancel three shows in the Northwest and Canada due to lead singer Gary LeVox losing his voice.
This week's cancellations include:
Thursday, Aug. 7 - Idaho Center Amphitheater - Nampa, ID
Friday, Aug. 8 - Northern Quest Casino & Resort - Airway Heights, WA
Saturday, Aug. 9 - Rocking' River Music Festival - Mission, BC, CAN
Bassist Jay DeMarcus said, "It is incredibly difficult to make the decision to cancel shows and disappoint our loyal fans who have been so good to us over the years. The schedule of shows this past weekend, coupled with media days in New York City, have left him without a voice. We promise to return as soon as we can and give our fans the best show possible."
Ticketholders should contact their venue for refund information.
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