Loretta Lynn has canceled or postponed additional shows as she continues to recover from injuries sustained in a fall earlier this month.

According to My San Antonio, Lynn’s Sept. 23 and 24 shows at Gruene Hall in New Braunfels have been canceled. Reps for Gruene Hall indicate that they're trying to find a reschedule date, but as of now, fans can get refunds at the point of purchase.

Lynn has canceled all September appearances since fans learned of her fall and injuries over Labor Day weekend. She was scheduled to play her Labor Day show at her Hurricane Mills, Tenn. ranch, but her sister Crystal Gayle informed the crowed that the 84-year-old had injured her chest and get enough breath to sing. The legend would later confirm the injuries, adding that she required minor surgery.

Additional canceled dates include Sept. 9 in Renfro Valley, Ky., Sept. 10 in Newell, W.Va.and Sept. 17 at the Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion in Bristol, Tenn.

Doctors have advised Lynn to stay off the road until she’s full recovered. The next scheduled date on her tour calendar is Oct. 8 in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. Earlier this week, she announced she would be releasing her first Christmas album in 50 years. White Christmas Blue is scheduled for Oct. 7. Earlier this year, she released her first studio album in 12 years, Full Circle.

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