BREAKING: Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black Abruptly Postpone Second Night Of Tour

Clint Black with Lily Pearl Black and Lisa Hartman Black; Photo Provided
Clint Black with Lily Pearl Black and Lisa Hartman Black; Photo Provided
Clint Black with Lily Pearl Black and Lisa Hartman Black; Photo Provided
Black issued a statement to fans just hours before the show.

Clint Black suddenly postponed his Friday night (Nov. 18) concert in Appleton, Wisconsin due to a medical emergency within his band. 

The country music icon shared the news just hours before the show via social media, letting fans know that his concert with his wife, Lisa Hartman Black, and daughter, Lily Pearl Black, has been rescheduled to a later date. 

“Due to a medical emergency with an essential, longtime band member, tonight’s Clint Black concert, featuring Lisa Hartman Black at Fox Cities Performing Arts Center has been postponed,” the statement reads. 

The “Killin’ Time” singer and his team encouraged fans to hold on to their tickets for the new date, which will be announced soon. 

The concert was scheduled to be the second night of The Mostly Hits & The Mrs. Tour, which kicked off on Thursday, November 17 in Burnsville, Minnesota. 

The tour features the beloved husband and wife alongside their daughter, Lily Pearl. 

“Having my family on the road is the best and the reactions have been everything we hoped they would be!” Clint Black previously shared. 

The Mostly Hits & The Mrs. Tour is scheduled to hit Rochester, Minnesota on Saturday, November 19 and Dubuque, Iowa on November 20. At this time it is unclear if the band member’s medical issue will impact those shows. 

Clint Black was recently presented with a 60 Million-Air award by BMI to celebrate 60 million broadcast performances of his songs. He was also awarded a plaque commemorating 38 billion audience airplay impressions. 

“This is one of the most moving and exciting things that has happened to me since my daughter was born,” Black shared at the time. “From the beginning of my recording career, I was determined to write my own songbook, one that would last the test of time. These awards validate for me everything I thought I was doing. Thank you BMI, Luminate, RIAA and most of all country radio and the fans.”

Clint Black is a celebrated artist with 22 No.1 hits and 31 Top 10 singles. To date, he has sold more than 20 million records and has been recognized with many awards and nominations, including a GRAMMY Award. 

The remaining dates on the Mostly Hits & The Mrs. Tour can be seen below. 

Nov 19 – Rochester MN  MAYO CIVIC CENTER

Nov 20 – Dubuque IA  FIVE FLAGS CENTER

Dec 1 – Fort Smith AR  ARCBEST PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

Dec 2 – Tulsa, OK  TULSA THEATRE

Dec 3 – Wichita, KS  ORPHEUM THEATRE

Dec 4 – Ottumwa, IA  BRIDGE VIEW CENTER

Dec 8 – Kalispell, MT  WACHHOLZ COLLEGE CENTER

Dec 9 – Helena, MT  HELENA CIVIC CENTER

Dec 10 – Billings, MT  ALBERTA BAIR THEATER

Dec 15 – Toledo, OH  STRANAHAN THEATRE

Dec 16 – Kalamazoo, MI  KALAMAZOO STATE THEATRE

Dec 17 – Evansville, IN  VICTORY THEATRE

Dec 18 – Rockford, IL  CORONADO PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

Jan 27 – San Antonio, TX  TOBIN CENTER

Jan 28 – Amarillo, TX  CIVIC CENTER AUDITORIUM

Jan 29 – Albuquerque, NM  KIVA AUDITORIUM

Feb 2 – Melbourne, FL  KING CENTER

Feb 3 – Key West, FL – Key Western Festival 

Feb 5 – Pensacola, FL  SAENGER THEATRE