By Gayle Thompson – February 24, 2020 06:26 am EST Share 0 Comments 0 Earlier this month, Miranda Lambert made the difficult decision to cancel two shows, in Denver, Colorado and Salt Lake City, Utah, after she became ill, and couldn’t recover from her sickness in time to perform. Lambert is now opening up about that decision, admitting that, while she didn’t have a choice, it was still hard for her to not perform for a show.”I recently had to cancel a few shows, which is rare and absolutely breaks my heart,” Lambert told the San Diego Union-Tribune. “When your voice goes, there is no backup. It just stops the train from rolling. I take pretty good care of myself, especially while on tour, because a lot rides on being healthy. Sometimes the crowd brings [me] to another level when they are having fun. The more energy they have, the more we have, and it creates a really great room.”The Texas native admits she would rather give a show fans will never forget, than perform when she isn’t able to give it her all.”If I can’t be great, I would rather wait and come back when I can be,” Lambert… Read full this story
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