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The Chicks, formerly known as The Dixie Chicks, postpone three shows after stopping weekend show

The Chicks – formerly known as The Dixie Chicks – STOP performing concert in Indianapolis after just 30 minutes on stage and postponing three tour dates for next week due to health concerns

  • The Chicks announced the postponement of three tour dates for the coming week after stopping a weekend show in Indianapolis after just 30 minutes
  • The band, formerly known as The Dixie Chicks, consisting of Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer, made an announcement on Twitter on Monday about their tour.
  • Due to strict doctor’s orders for vocal rest, the Chicks are forced to postpone the next shows,” the message read.
  • Shows in Noblesville, Indiana, Cincinnati, Ohio and Clarkston, Michigan were all postponed and moved to late September and early October
  • The band noted that singer-songwriter Patty Griffin will still be with them at those shows, and all tickets will be honored at the event.

The Chicks announced the postponement of three tour dates for the coming week after stopping a weekend show in Indianapolis after just 30 minutes.

The band, formerly known as The Dixie Chicks, consisting of Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer, made an announcement on Twitter on Monday about their tour.

“Due to strict doctor’s orders for vocal rest, the Chicks are forced to postpone the next shows,” the message read.

Postponement: The Chicks announced the postponement of three tour dates for the coming week after stopping a weekend show in Indianapolis after just 30 minutes

Postponement: The Chicks announced the postponement of three tour dates for the coming week after stopping a weekend show in Indianapolis after just 30 minutes

Shows in Noblesville, Indiana, Cincinnati, Ohio and Clarkston, Michigan were all postponed and moved to late September and early October.

The band noted that singer-songwriter Patty Griffin will still be joining them at those shows, and all tickets will be honored at the event.

While the band hasn’t revealed any details about why they’ve cut the show, they did apologize, and fans were quick to offer their own theories for the hiatus in the comments.

Let fans know: The band formerly known as The Dixie Chicks, consisting of Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer, have made an announcement about their tour

Let fans know: The band formerly known as The Dixie Chicks, consisting of Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer, have made an announcement about their tour

Still with their opening act: The band noted that singer-songwriter Patty Griffin will still be with them at those shows, and all tickets will be honored at the event

Still with their opening act: The band noted that singer-songwriter Patty Griffin will still be with them at those shows, and all tickets will be honored at the event

“Indianapolis, we’re so sorry we couldn’t give you the show you deserved OR the show we wanted to give you,” they wrote. ‘We’ll be back in Indianapolis!! Hold your tickets.’

They explained that “cardholders” would be contacted at a later date, saying they “love Indianapolis.”

“Feel better, Indiana allergies are no joke,” one fan wrote in the comments of their apology on Twitter.

Theories: While the band hasn't revealed any details as to why they've cut the show, they did apologize, and fans were quick to provide their own theories in the comments

Theories: While the band hasn’t revealed any details as to why they’ve cut the show, they did apologize, and fans were quick to provide their own theories in the comments

Major Tour: The Chicks are currently touring North America, which will last until mid-October

Major Tour: The Chicks are currently touring North America, which will last until mid-October

Another wrote: ‘I feel you Natalie, Cottonwood is a B*tch! Thank you for giving all you could, you are a warrior! Feel better. Can’t wait to see the show when you ladies return!’

The Chicks are currently touring North America, which will last until mid-October.

The trio’s tour comes just a few years after they released their latest studio album titled Gaslighter.

It is the group’s eighth studio album and it was the first to be released under the new name.

Eighth album: It is the group's eighth studio album and it was the first to be released under the new name

Eighth album: It is the group’s eighth studio album and it was the first to be released under the new name

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