Miranda Lambert Reschedules Shows

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Updated: 1/18/2012 4:16 pm

Singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert has rescheduled this Friday's January 20 show at Rupp Arena of her “On Fire” Tour, due to the death of her father-in-law, Dick Shelton who passed away Tuesday in Oklahoma. The rescheduled date for Rupp Arena is February 26th. Other dates rescheduled were in Charlotte, NC and Greensboro, NC.

Tickets for the January dates will be honored at the rescheduled dates. For more up-to-date tour information, visit mirandalambert.com.

Miranda, wife of singer and star of “The Voice,” Blake Shelton, has rescheduled two other dates along with the Lexington show. Mr. Shelton, who had been in declining health for the past year, was surrounded by loved ones upon his passing.

Miranda said, "Thank you to the fans for all the support and prayers. This is a really difficult time for our family and the most important thing is being together. Tell your loved ones you love them. See you next week."

The "On Fire" Tour, will resume January 25 in Charlotte, NC.

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