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Willie Nelson Cancels Shows After Leaving Concert Early

Fans told a newspaper that Nelson was coughing and apparently had difficulty breathing

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    Willie Nelson Ends Show Abruptly Due To Health Reasons

    Country legend singer Willie Nelson was performing in Salt Lake City and ended his show abruptly. The 84-year-old singer had a health scare due to the high altitude of the city. Concert goers say Nelson appeared to be struggling through the first half hour at the Utah venue. Nelson tweeted an apology to his fans.

    (Published Monday, Aug. 14, 2017)

    Country music legend Willie Nelson has canceled shows in Nevada and California after leaving a concert in San Diego after performing one song.

    A publicist for Nelson says shows scheduled this week in Rohnert Park, California; Las Vegas; and Laughlin, Nevada, have been canceled. The San Diego Union-Tribune reported that Nelson left his show at a San Diego casino on Saturday after the first song, "Whiskey River."

    Fans told the newspaper that Nelson was coughing and apparently had difficulty breathing. A statement from Ticketmaster said he left the stage early because of an illness.

    Nelson, 84, keeps up a rigorous touring and recording schedule. His latest album, "Willie Nelson and the Boys: Willie's Stash Vol. 2" featuring his sons Lukas and Micah was released last year.

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