Rodney Crowell Cancels Remaining 2017 Tour Dates Due to Health Concerns

Rodney Crowell Cancels Remaining 2017 Tour Dates Due to Health Concerns

Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Rodney Crowell issued a statement on social media yesterday (Sept. 19) in which he cancelled his remaining tour dates due to health concerns.

“Regretfully, I must cancel the remainder of the 2017 tour schedule,” Rodney wrote. “An impressive team of doctors have confirmed what for the past year I’ve instinctively known: dealing with the root cause of my health issues requires complete rest. For the foreseeable future, with expert medical guidance, my work will consist of quietly encouraging my body to return to its natural state. I’m sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. Peace and love, Rodney.”

On Sept. 13, Rodney’s “It Ain’t Over Yet” was named Song of the Year at the Americana Honors and Awards, but he was not feeling well enough to attend the ceremony.

According to Rodney’s website, he has a number of tour dates scheduled for 2018.

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