BREAKING: Clint Black Postpones Tour Kickoff Due To Doctor-Ordered Surgery
The country singer has been advised to undergo back surgery, causing him to reschedule several dates on his tour.
Photo Courtesy Clint Black
Clint Black has been forced to postpone or cancel several of his upcoming Summer’s Comin’ Tour dates due to a sudden medical procedure.
According to a member of Clint Black’s team (per Midland Reporter-Telegram), the “Killin’ Time” singer has to undergo surgery on his back under the advice of his Doctor.
“Based on the advice of his doctors, Clint needs to undergo a procedure on his back prior to this performance,” Black’s team wrote in a press release.
According to Clint Black’s official website, the country hitmaker is scheduled to return to the stage on June 24 in North Carolina at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex.
See a full list of the affected tour dates below:
2 – Overland Park, Kansas – Cohen Community Series (NEW DATE: October 27)
7 – Midland, Texas – Midland County Horseshoe Arena (Canceled Appearance – Replaced by Clay Walker)
9 – Catoosa, Oklahoma – Hard Rock Hotel And Casino Tulsa (NEW DATE: December 28)
10 – Round Rock, Texas – Round Rock Amp (NEW DATE: August 4)
16 – Abilene, Texas – Potosi Live (Canceled)
17 – Fort Worth, Texas – Billy Bob’s Texas (NEW DATE: August 5)
The news comes just weeks after the country superstar announced his headlining Summer’s Comin’ Tour.
The trek, dubbed the Summer’s Comin’ Tour, was originally slated to kick off on Friday, June 2 at the Cohen Community Series event in Overland Park, Kansas. Black’s tour was expected to wrap up on September 24 at California Center For The Arts in Escondido, California, however, it will conclude later in the year.
The Summer’s Comin’ Tour comes after he spent the fall on the road with his wife Lisa Hartman Black and their 22-year-old daughter Lily Pearl Black, which was dubbed the Mostly Hits And The Mrs. Tour.
“That’s a wrap on the Mostly Hits and The Mrs. Tour!” Black wrote at the conclusion of the tour. ”Thank you so much to everyone who made these shows so special, and to @lisahartmanblackofficial_ and @lilypearlblack for sharing your beautiful selves!”
The Mostly Hits And The Mrs. Tour kicked off on November 17, 2022, in Burnsville, Minnesota at Ames Center and continued for months before wrapping up on February 5, 2023, in Pensacola, Florida at Saenger Theatre.
Clint Black recently reflected on the tour during an interview with Music Mayhem and recalled one of his favorite moments from the trek, which was watching his daughter live out her dreams.
“It’s especially nice as a dad to watch people react to her [Lily] hitting these high notes on a Carrie Underwood song or something and seeing their reaction,” Black admitted. “It’s thrilling to see she has the fire now, it’s lit.”
He also hopes to bring his family back out on the road in the future. “This is something I hope to do, plan to do, every year,” he shared. “We’re still gonna do 70 cities without Lisa and Lily coming along and then hopefully before the end of the year we’ll be back out with them.”
Additionally, the “Killin’ Time” singer is currently hosting, Talking In Circle With Clint Black, a TV series that airs on Circle Network that finds him interviewing fellow country artists.
Over the course of three seasons, Black has filmed 35 episodes with special guests like Luke Combs, Tim McGraw, Pam Tillis, Deana Carter and many more.
“It’s brought people into my life who I was already a fan of or just a new fan of,” Black said of the show. ”There’ll be some collaborations that come out of that.”
Now, Clint Black is preparing to kick off Season 4 of Talking In Circles With Clint Black, which launches on May 13 at 10/9c on the Circle Network. The new season of the popular TV series will feature special guests Lee Brice, Terry Bradshaw, Charles Esten, Kathie Lee Gifford, Kevin Nealon, and Big Kenny of Big & Rich.
Early next year, Clint Black will join The Country Music Cruise, which begins on January 20, 2024 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and visits Grand Turk, Key West and Half Moon Cay before returning to the dock on January 27, 2024.
The 2024 Country Music Cruise will also feature performances by Tracy Lawrence, Neal McCoy, Joe Nichols, Shenandoah, Home Free, Moe Bandy, Wade Hayes, Darryl Worley, Billy Dean, Jimmy Fortune, Linda Davis, and more. Click HERE to see the cruise’s full lineup.
Hosted by Nan Kelley, the cruise will also feature a Grand Ole Opry at Sea event as well as tributes to Elvis Presley.
The sold-out sailing marks the tenth annual voyage of The Country Music Cruise and fans will set sail aboard the luxurious Holland America Line Nieuw Amsterdam.
For a full list of Clint Black’s upcoming tour dates, visit his official website HERE.
25 – Wilmington, North Carolina – Wilson Center at Cape Fear Community College
30 – Shipshewana, Indiana – Blue Gate Performing Arts Center
13 – Albany, Oregon – Linn County Fair
14 – Central Point, Oregon – Bi Mart Amphitheater
15 – Everett, Washington – Boxcar Park
29 – Maquoketa, Iowa – Jackson County Iowa Fair
4 – Round Rock, Texas – Round Rock Amp
5 – Fort Worth, Texas – Billy Bob’s Texas
12 – Charles Town, West Virgina – Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races
18 – Peachtree, Georgia – Frederick Brown Jr Amphitheater
27 – Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin – Crystal Grand Music Theatre
9 – Pendleton, Oregon – Pendleton Round-Up & Happy Canyon Hall of Fame Museum
23 – Chandler, Arizona – Chandler Center for the Arts
24 – Escondido, California – California Center for the Arts
27 – Overland Park, Kansas – Cohen Community Series
28 – Catoosa, Oklahoma – Hard Rock Hotel And Casino Tulsa
20-27 – Beginning in Fort Lauderdale, Florida – The Country Music Cruise
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