'I Can't Love You Back' and 'A Little More Country Than That' hitmaker Easton Corbin has pulled the plug on a handful of his October concerts, due to doctor's orders. In a message posted to Corbin's official website, the singer personally apologized to fans and explained that he's been feeling a little under the weather lately.

"To all of my fans: I wanted to let all of my fans know that I am truly sorry that I have had to cancel shows this month," Corbin starts in his letter to his fans. "I haven't been feeling well, and after a few doctor visits, they informed me that I needed to rest. I am taking the time to get better and be 100% so that I can go back on the road and do what makes me happy, playing for all of you. Thank you for all of your love and support. Can't wait to feel better and see all of you out on the road."

Corbin had shows scheduled in North Carolina and Maryland, but he didn't give any inclination whether or not those will be rescheduled -- or how fans can obtain a refund. Thankfully, the 29-year-old country singer will be back on his feet soon. According to CMT News, Corbin will keep his originally-scheduled concert in Jacksonville, Fla. in tact. He is scheduled to play at Mavericks at the Landing on October 27.

Get well soon, E.C.!