Country music icon Tanya Tucker is postponing three upcoming tour dates after suffering from from a fall onstage.
Tucker, 58, was hospitalized in Texas for her injuries, fracturing one of her vertebrae and a rib. While in the hospital, she was also diagnosed with bronchitis. Luckily, Tucker’s injuries do not require surgery, but her recovery will take time and physical therapy.
The artist will reschedule three of the following concerts this week: Jan. 12 in Tulsa, Okla., Jan. 13 in Emporia, Kan., and Jan. 14 in Grant, Okla.
“We’ve been having a blast with the band and fans on the road and I’m so mad this happened,” said the “Delta Dawn” singer in a statement, “I was really looking forward to seeing all the Okies and fans in Kansas this week, but we have to postpone the shows.”
The country music maven continued, “I’ll do my very best to make it up for y’all. Let’s hope for no more accidents this year and I look forward to a great 2017.”
Back in the fall, Tucker was hospitalized with an upper respiratory infection and had to push back several tour dates.
We wish Tanya a speedy recovery and better health in 2017!
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