Randy Owen Cancels Concerts after Suffering from Severe Vertigo and Related Migraines
For fans of classic country music, the band ‘Alabama’ is most likely to fetch out a lot of awesome memories. However, saddening news has just emerged concerning them and their performances, which is set to take place in Canada over the next few days.
According to reports, the band has had to cancel upcoming concerts due to Randy, who is the band’s lead singer ill health.
An official disclosure from Big Sky Music Festival twitter page read;
“We just received news from the band Alabama that co-founder & lead vocalist Randy Owen is suffering from vertigo & migraines. First & foremost, we wish him well as he recovers & we await another opportunity to host Alabama @BurlsCreek.”
We just received news from the band Alabama that co-founder & lead vocalist Randy Owen is suffering from severe vertigo & migraines. First & foremost, we wish him well as he recovers & we await another opportunity to host Alabama @BurlsCreek More info -> https://t.co/7k80z1y5Oz— bigskyfestival (@BigSkyFestival) July 18, 2019
Before the unfortunate incident, the band was meant to perform at two separate places in Canada. The performances are in celebration of Alabama’s 50th Anniversary, and the tour dates were July 19th and 20th respectively.
Although courtesy required that the band should still manage to perform, Randy’s health status makes it almost impossible. Vertigo is a condition whereby an individual has problems finding balance and is often feeling dizzy.
Medical research has revealed that it is mostly as a result of complications in the inner ear. It also comes with a long list of other symptoms.
This, combined with migraines, would give the singer a very uncomfortable experience if he were to go ahead with the performance. We wish him a quick recovery.
ABOUT RANDY OWEN
Randy, full name Randy Yeuell Owen was born on the 13th of December 1949. He is a native of Fort Payne, Alabama and has built a tremendous career as one of country music’s most successful singers and songwriters.
His band, Alabama acquired fame following the fantastic mainstream success of the 1980s down to the late 1990s.