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Tyler Farr Placed on Vocal Rest, Cancels Shows

Farr’s tour partner Lee Brice reconfigures their joint tour, adding Maddie & Tae, Clare Dunn and Jerrod Niemann

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Tyler Farr has been placed on vocal rest and won't be able to participate in the Life Off My Years tour with Lee Brice.

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Lee Brice and Tyler Farr were originally due to launch their Life Off My Years Tour next Thursday, February 4th, but Farr will not be making the journey this year. The “Better in Boots” singer has been placed on vocal rest following an emergency vocal cord surgery to remove a polyp.

“The doctor promises nothing but a better recovery and I owe it to y’all — my fans, country music radio, everybody that’s had any part in my career — I owe it to y’all to be a hundred percent and to be able to give you my best every day, every night,” says Farr in a Facebook video.

As a result, Brice has reorganized his touring plans and added guests Maddie & Tae, Clare Dunn and Jerrod Niemann to support him on select shows. Singer-songwriter Dylan Scott will still open all dates.

Additionally, Brice has canceled his shows on February 18th (Southaven, Mississippi), 19th (Augusta, Georgia) and 20th (Pikeville, Kentucky).

Here are Lee Brice’s Life Off My Years Tour Dates and supporting acts:

(with Maddie & Tae)
February 4 — Salisbury, MD
February 5 — Rochester, NY
February 6 — Kingston, RI

(with Jerrod Niemann)
February 12 — Rockford, IL
February 13 — Kearney, NE
February 14 — Brookings, SD

(with Clare Dunn)
March 17 — Lowell, MA
March 18 — Allentown, PA
March 19 — Augusta, ME

(with Maddie & Tae)
April 7 — Milwaukee, WI
April 8 — Kalamazoo, MI
April 9 — Rosemont, IL
April 14 — Saginaw, MI
April 15 — Highland Heights, KY

(direct support TBA)
April 16 — Huntington, WV

(with Maddie & Tae)
April 21 — Dayton, OH
April 22 — Youngstown, OH
April 23 — Toledo, OH


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