Randy Houser was forced to miss a show in Ogden, Utah on Wednesday, but after being hospitalized and told to take a few days off, the 'Runnin' Outta Moonlight' singer is back on the road. The Ogden show has been rescheduled for April 3.

"Hey y'all I'm fine!! Just needed to slow down for a couple days. I'm in Pittsburgh and doing a show here tonight," Houser tweeted. "I really appreciate ur prayers and concerns. Thank U all sooo much," he added minutes later.

The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Houser was taken to a local hospital, but not admitted on Tuesday night. His publicist told Country Weekly he was too sick to perform in Utah, adding that he'd played 20 dates in 25 days. Earlier in the week, the 'How Country Feels' hitmaker had flown from New York City to Las Vegas before driving to Utah.

Houser is no doubt getting little rest on his off days at home. With a 10-month-old son to care for, it's likely he's hurting for sleep by the time his tour bus departs. Of course, he's not complaining.