The Chicks ended their live performance prematurely in an Indianapolis suburb on Sunday and later canceled two different exhibits for what the group stated had been “physician’s orders for vocal relaxation.”
The nation music band performed for about 30 minutes at Noblesville’s Ruoff Music Middle in Indiana earlier than departing the stage.
“Indianapolis, we’re so sorry we couldn’t provide the present you deserved OR the present we needed to offer you,” the band, previously the Dixie Chicks, wrote on Instagram. “We can be again Indianapolis!! Maintain onto your tickets.”
Followers in attendance famous singer Natalie Maines appeared in vocal misery through the efficiency, Billboard reported. In a spectator’s video, the throat-clearing Maines informed the gang: “You all will get tickets, I promise. I just can’t … we’ll attempt another music. Ready for this shot to kick in … not a shot of alcohol, a shot of steroids.”
A message on Instagram later confirmed that postponements would prolong to future exhibits as effectively.
The band — comprised of Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer — stated Monday they “are pressured to postpone” another Midwest dates on their tour, citing “physician’s orders for vocal relaxation.”
The put up included rescheduled dates.
The group dropped Dixie from its identify due to the phrase’s affiliation with the Confederacy and slavery. The trio launched the only “March March” on the time, encouraging civil rights protests after the police killing of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man.