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Country Music Hall of Fame members Alabama have canceled a show in Canada because lead singer Randy Owen has been ill.

Big Sky Music Festival in Ontario, Canada tweeted out, “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.”

The group’s website didn’t have any information about the the Big Sky cancelation or if other dates will also be cancelled.

The band recently posted to Instagram, “Honored to be on the cover of @pollstar_official this week! Thank you for an amazing 50 years, and thank you to Pollstar for reminiscing with us!”

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The country music trio is currently on their 50th Anniversary tour, which will finish out at their “official” last show in November in Nashville. That show will be with another country legend, Charlie Daniels.