Travis Tritt fills in for a sick LeAnn Rimes


LeAnn Rimes may have had a little too much fun on her recent birthday vacation because she's had to call in sick to work. 

LeAnn was scheduled to perform on Friday at the Trails End Concert Park in Sheridan Wyoming but was replaced by Jagertown and Asphalt Cowboy after she canceled due to illness. 

Singer LeAnn Rimes has had to cancel shows on August 30th at Trails End Concert Park in Sheridan, WY and on August 31st at Snowy Range Music Festival in Laramie, WY due to illness. The singer was advised by doctors to be on vocal rest and not to travel caused by this strain of the flu.

Rimes said, “I am so sad to have to cancel these shows and miss hanging with the great people of beautiful Wyoming. Unfortunately my voice isn't in performing condition and I pride myself on giving my fans everything I have got at each show.' 

Rimes is already working to reschedule the concert at Trails End Concert Park as soon as she is in better health.

Her performance Saturday at the Snowy Range Music Festival in Laramie ended up being covered by Travis Tritt who happened to be in the area. LeAnn tweeted a thank you to Tritt on Saturday. She wrote: "Ok let's try this again….@Travistritt thank you so much for filling in tonight for my sick butt. Hope you and the fans have a great time!"

Travis Tritt tweeted back: "@leannrimes You are welcome. Glad that we were in the area and could help. I'm sure it will be a lot of fun in WY tonight!"

LeAnn will at least have lots of time to recover since she's not scheduled to perform again until September 10 in the UK. 

[Photo: Twitter]

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