Indiana fans of Aaron Lewis will have to wait a little longer than expected to see him perform as his nationwide solo tour has come to the end of the road — for now.

The singer, who splits his time between being a solo country artist and frontman for the hard rock band, Staind, which he formed in 1995, has been ordered by doctors to rest his voice for the remainder of the year or risk damaging them.

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In a statement posted on his Instagram account, Lewis attributed the recording of a new Staind album, a new solo country album, and playing over 150 shows this year to the need for rest while also admitting that he's not getting any younger.

The doctors' orders mean all upcoming December dates of the tour will be rescheduled including two scheduled for the Brown County Music Center in Nashville, Indiana on December 14th and 15th. While the good news is those shows will still happen, unlike the second date in Saginaw, Michigan which is the only December date to be canceled altogether, the not-so-great news is that the rescheduled dates won't take place for nearly nine months.

The shows have now been rescheduled for August 24th and 25th, 2024. Tickets for the original dates will be honored for the rescheduled dates, so make sure to keep them in a safe place (assuming you have physical tickets and not digital versions). If you don't think you'll be able to make the rescheduled shows, contact Ticketmaster or the outlet you purchased them from for a refund.

[Source: Aaron Lewis on Instagram]

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