The Chicks are speaking out about being booted off the stage in front of a stunned Indianapolis audience.
WTHR-TV reported that on Sunday night, the country music band ended their act mid-concert after performing for roughly 30 minutes.
When the band posted a statement following the event on Instagram, they apologized to Indianapolis for not delivering “the concert we deserved” or “the show we intended to give you,” as they put it in the message. “Indianapolis, look out for us again soon! Keep your tickets safe.”
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After stating that ticket holders will be contacted by the official point of purchase with more information, the message concluded, “We love you Indianapolis.
Following the first statement, the trio of Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire, and Emily Strayer claimed they “are obliged to postpone” some gigs from their summer tour, including visits in Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan, due to “doctor’s instructions for vocal rest.”
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These performances have been rescheduled for September and October, according to the announcement. Clarkston, Mich., Noblesville, Ind., and Cincinnati, Ohio, will now be among the band’s upcoming stops on September 28 and September 30, respectively.
When PEOPLE contacted the Chicks‘ publicist, they did not immediately respond.
The band revealed to PEOPLE last month that they plan to play a song they haven’t performed in nearly two decades on their summer 2022 tour.
A new song from Gaslighter will be played at each concert, and fans who attend many shows may witness the entire album performed live, as Maines, 47, explained at the time. Because we put so much time and effort into the album, it’s also a reward for us because we get to perform the songs live.
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As she stated, “We’re going to perform a fun game where we have six tunes that coordinate with dice and we’ll roll the dice on stage and play whatever song.” There is one song in the six that we haven’t played in almost 20 years because I don’t like it, ‘There’s Your Trouble,’ and we will play it for the first time since it was our first No. 1 in 1992.”
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