After suffering a stroke on May 4, all of country legend Loretta Lynn's concerts were postponed to give her ample time to recover.
Her team released a statement about all of her upcoming shows saying, "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."
After leaving the hospital, Lynn checked into a rehabilitation center and has been "getting stronger every day," according to an update from her sister, country singer Crystal Gayle.
In June, she scheduled her first show since suffering her stroke, which will be at her inaugural Tennessee Motorcycle and Music Revival event at her Hurricane Mills, Tennessee ranch on October 1.
Fans seemed optimistic that she will be ready to go back out on the road after this event takes place, but a sudden announcement may prove otherwise. Lynn's show at Packard Music Hall in Warren, Ohio, which was originally scheduled for June 9th before her stroke, was postponed until December 2nd.
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.
We wish Lynn the best during her recovery and will continue to pray for her.
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