Chris Stapleton postpones shows due to vocal rest

Four shows have been postponed

Chris Stapleton has postponed several shows due some much needed vocal rest. The country crooner shares that he’s on doctor’s orders as he recovers from laryngitis.

“I had hoped to have some good news to share with you all after this quiet time, but unfortunately the progress I’ve made is not enough. On doctor’s orders, I will need to continue my vocal rest through the weekend in order to fully heal. I am sorry that so many of you have inconvenienced and I’m truly thankful for your patience and understanding,” Stapleton writes on socials.

“Nothing is more personal to me than the experience of music. I’m eternally grateful for the privilege of sharing in that journey with all of you night after night. Thank you for your continued support and I hope to see you all very soon.”

Rescheduled shows include last weekend in Sioux Falls, SD that has been rescheduled for November 14th. A pair of Nashville shows this weekend have been rescheduled for December 10th and 11th. The show at Riverbend in Cincinnati is being rescheduled to 2022 with a new date to be announced as soon as possible.

Tickets to the rescheduled shows honored on the new dates. For those unable to attend a new date, please contact your point of purchase.

Stapleton is set to resume his All-American Road Show next weekend with a show in Lubbock, TX on October 28th.

The tour is in support of last year’s Starting Over, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. Moreover, the album’s title track reached No. 1 at country radio’s Mediabase Chart earlier this year, marking it as Stapleton’s second chart-topping single as an artist following 2018’s “Broken Halos.”

Stapleton joins Eric Church with five nominations for the 55th Annual CMA Awards taking place November 10th in Nashville. Stapleton is nominated for Entertainer of the Year, Single of the Year for “Starting Over,” Album of the Year for Starting Over, Song of the Year for “Starting Over” and Male Vocalist of the Year.

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