Miranda Lambert Forced To Cut Tour Short To Preserve Her Voice
Miranda Lambert had good news and bad news for her fans Tuesday.
The good news: her new album is coming out Nov. 18. The bad news: she is canceling the final three dates on her “Keeper of the Flame” to preserve her voice, per doctor’s orders, Billboard reports. (RELATED: Miranda Lambert Talks About ‘Heartache And Healing’ After Her Divorce)
The three shows were scheduled in Texas later. Last year one of her concerts in Canada had to be canceled for vocal cord inflammation. (RELATED: Miranda Lambert: New Music Coming Out Soon)
Lambert announced the good news with a black and white video on Twitter. The 47-second shot shows her with her back to the camera, sitting in a chair, while writing something down in a journal.
“The Weight of These Wings,” Lambert tweeted. “Nov. 18.”
— Miranda Lambert (@mirandalambert) September 13, 2016
In a recent post on the singer’s Instagram, she talked about the last year of heartache and healing since her divorce from country singer Blake Shelton.
“The last year of my life has been one of heartache and healing,” Lambert wrote. “Of learning to be honest. Accepting the flaws and celebrating the smiles.”