Wynonna Judd reportedly cancels show due to “medical emergency” Getty Images/Terry Wyatt
Getty Images/Terry Wyatt

Wynonna Judd canceled a nightclub show in Portland, Maine, Sept. 30 as a result of an unspecified “serious medical emergency,” TMZ reports.

Wynonna and her band, The Big Noise, had been scheduled to perform at a club called Aura. The opening act went on as scheduled, but Wynonna did not appear. Instead, her production manager reportedly took the stage to announce that a “medical emergency” made her unable to go on.

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A law enforcement source reportedly told TMZ that someone called 911, and the fire department responded to the call. However, Wynonna reportedly did not wish to be transported to a hospital, so the EMTs left the scene.

Wynonna and her band, which includes her drummer husband Cactus Moser, are still scheduled to perform tonight in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center, and a call to the box office confirmed the show will go on as planned. The band has additional dates booked on its “Roots & Revival Tour” Oct. 5-9 and beyond.

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An Oct. 1 post on Wynonna’s Twitter page thanks fans for their prayers.

While we don’t know the cause of the medical incident, we wish Wynonna a speedy recovery.

Phyllis Stark is a Nashville-based entertainment journalist who has been reporting extensively on country music (and loving every moment of it) for more than two decades.
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