Tanya Tucker Cancels, Reschedules More Shows After Undergoing Hip Surgery

Tanya Tucker has cancelled or rescheduled several additional dates of her “Bring My Flowers Now Tour” after undergoing hip surgery last month.

Sharing the latest update on her health on Instagram on Wednesday, Tucker said, “I’m just overwhelmed by all the flowers, love and support since I had hip surgery. The doctors want me to rest a few more weeks before we get back on the road. I want you to know every day I feel stronger, better and ready to kick some ass, we’ll see y’all real soon, I PROMISE.”

The 62-year-old country star, who had an emergency hip surgery in mid-July, has cancelled her shows scheduled for August 7 at the Hinterland Music Festival in St. Charles, Iowa, and August 14 at the Great Cedar Showroom at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut.

A show that was slated for August 11 at the Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak, Michigan, has been postponed to November 4, while an August 13 concert at the Hart Theatre at The Egg in Albany, New York, has been rescheduled to November 7.

Tucker previously canceled her appearances at two festivals – Country Thunder Wisconsin, which was scheduled for Friday, July 16; and Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua, set for Saturday, July 17. She also rescheduled a July 31 show at Hinton, Oklahoma’s Sugar Creek Casino for December 10.

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