Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's Soul2Soul Tour stop in Little Rock, Ark., has been canceled, as Hill has been placed on vocal rest.

A statement posted on Verizon Arena's Facebook page shares that Hill's vocal rest will last two days. "Tim & Faith adore their fans and are so sorry to disappoint them," it reads.

The couple are scheduled to resume performances on Friday at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. McGraw and Hill are in the middle of a 65-date North American tour that started in April and wraps in October. It's Hill's first major tour in years, although she and McGraw played several residencies in Las Vegas within the last five years. The couple wrapped two nights in Denver on Monday and Tuesday and will play two nights in their hometown before a 12-day break.

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The Soul2Soul Tour re-introduced McGraw and Hill as singing partners and worked to promote a promised collaborative album, due on Sony Music Nashville. "Speak to a Girl" was the first single from that album, although they've shared several since. Of course the married couple have been frequent duet partners on separate solo projects. Hill hasn't released a studio album in over a decade.

Neither McGraw or Hill have commented on the canceled show on their social media pages. Tickets for the Little Rock, Ark., show will be refunded at the point of purchase.

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