Alabama were forced to cancel two more shows due to frontman Randy Owen‘s health issues.
Due to Owen’s migraines and vertigo, the country supergroup had to call off two shows scheduled at the Columbus Civic Center in Columbus, Georgia, on Friday, July 26 and at the Thunder Valley Ampitheatre in Bristol, Tennessee, on Saturday, July 27.
Last week, the band also canceled two shows, July 19 and 20 at TD Place Stadium in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and at the Big Sky Music Festival in Oro-Medonte, Ontario, Canada, respectively.
“Randy Owen has been advised by doctors that he can not perform this weekend as he continues treatment for vertigo and migraines,” Conway Entertainment Group, Alabama’s management company, said in a statement.
The statement added, “We apologize for any inconvenience for those that have tickets to these shows, but wish to reassure fans that Alabama is trying to reschedule these shows as soon as possible.”
The band are currently on their 50th Anniversary Tour that launched in January 2019, with their next show scheduled for August 16 at the West Virginia State Fair.
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