NASHVILLE, Tenn. (November 23, 2016) – John Michael Montgomery has postponed two upcoming shows due to severe vocal fatigue. Montgomery is under a doctor’s order to reschedule the November 25 show in Waco, Texas as well as the November 26 show in Goliad, Texas.
“I apologize sincerely to all the fans who bought tickets to see this weekend’s shows. I will be taking this time to rest and recover my voice and I look forward to returning to Waco and Goliad very soon,” said Montgomery.
POSTPONED JOHN MICHAEL MONTGOMERY TOUR DATES:
Nov 25 Melody Ranch – Waco, Texas
Nov 26 Schroeder Hall – Goliad, Texas
ABOUT JOHN MICHAEL MONTGOMERY:
Born into a family of musicians in Central Kentucky, John Michael shot to stardom with his 1992 double-platinum hit album Life’s A Dance. The romantic balladeer has won over the hearts of millions with his chart-topping songs “I Swear,” “Be My Baby Tonight," "Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident)," "I Love The Way You Love Me," “If You’ve Got Love,” and the moving tribute to veterans and the members of the armed forces, "Letters From Home." More than a “tug at the heart stings” hit-maker, through his down-to-earth demeanor and refusal to take himself too seriously, John Michael has created a fan base that has supported him throughout it all — from career highs to trials and tribulations. Over the years, Montgomery has managed to create a storied career, charting 18 Top 10 hits and 15 No. 1s, celebrating two Billboard "Country Songs Of The Year," and achieving over 18 million albums sold. Along the way he has won four ACM awards, two CMA awards, one AMA award and garnered three GRAMMY Award nominations, placing him among the most successful country acts in history. For more information, please visit www.johnmichael.com.
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