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Willie Nelson cancels tour due to the “breathing problem”, but says he’ll be right back

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Willie Nelson has cancelled his tour due to “breathing problem” — poor fans who wanted him to be good.

The 86-year-old country star apologized on social media on Wednesday, along with the announcement.

“To my fans, I’m sorry to have to cancel my tour, but I’ve had a breathing problem is that when I have my doctor’s check out,” he wrote. “I’ll be back to Love, at this point.”

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Fans of the “On the Road Again,” and the singer responded with words of kindness, and ask him to take care of herself and get better.

Get well soon and take it easy. It’s not worth it for your health, for a tour. You will take care of you first,” one Twitter user wrote.

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Another said, “Even legends need a break from time to time in some cases. Take good care of yourself. We’ll be waiting.”

Willie Nelson, shown performing at the 4th of July in Austin, Texas, announced Wednesday that he was canceling his tour due to health problems.
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Prior to his announcement, Nelson had just finished performing in Toledo, Ohio, and was scheduled to appear Friday in Grand Rapids, Mich.

In September, he was scheduled to perform at the Farm Aid concert, featuring John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews, Neil Young, and Bonnie Raitt, before wrapping up his tour in Thackerville, Okla., in the month of November.

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The tour is cancelled, it is not Nelson’s first account of the disease. He canceled an appearance at the Outlaw Music Festival this past summer due to illness, and was forced to cancel several dates in 2018 and beyond, as well.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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