Luke Bryan canceled another show over the weekend as he deals with health issues. Bryan, 47, announced the Brandon, Mississippi, show cancelation Sunday morning, hours before he was supposed to take the stage for the "Country on Tour" concert. "Under doctor advisement after taking 6 days off to heal I attempted to sing at both shows Thursday and Saturday and it was a struggle," Bryan explained in a statement shared to social media. "Every show I sing I’m setting my voice back.
I will continue to do everything I can to get better. Please know how much you mean to me and how heartbreaking this is to do." A representative for Bryan did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital's request for additional comment.
The cancelation comes as Bryan pulled out of a string of shows in Washington, Utah and Idaho as he battled a "head cold." In early August, Bryan was set to headline the Watershed Festival in George, Washington, but his spot was filled by Lainey Wilson. "This is such a frustrating weekend. ‘Shedders, I am sorry to let you down but I am not back singing – can hardly even talk still," Bryan announced on Instagram at the time. "This festival is one of the most beautiful places we perform and one of the most fun crowds always.
I know my friends on the show will bring a great time for you! Show them all what you got. Love ya – Luke." The "American Idol" judge shared a similar sentiment with his other fans. "Dear Boise fans – this is so hard for me to do but I am going to have to cancel my show on August 5th at Ford Center.