Merle Haggard's health has forced him to cancel several tour dates this year. The singer was hospitalized last month for double pneumonia, and in a new interview with Garden & Gun Magazine, he reveals that his family wants him to quit touring.
Merle Haggard returned to the concert stage for the first time in several months at a show in Las Vegas over the weekend, less than a week after announcing he was canceling his entire live schedule for February.
Country legend Merle Haggard has canceled the remainder of his tour dates in February due to ongoing concerns with his health after a recent bout of pneumonia. The performances include a Feb. 3 show with Kris Kristofferson in Beverly Hills and five additional dates.
Merle Haggard was forced to cancel a concert at the last minute on Tuesday (Feb. 2) due to ongoing concerns over his health. The 78-year-old country legend was scheduled to play a date at the Fox Performing Arts Center in Riverside, Calif...
Merle Haggard has always had strong opinions about social matters, and he's never been afraid to share them in public. In a new interview, the country music legend takes aim at Donald Trump, the recent frontrunner in the 2016 Republican presidential primary.
Merle Haggard had fans worried last week when he postponed several tour dates due to an 11-day hospital stay due to a battle with pneumonia. Even the singer admits that he's "really lucky to be alive."