Aretha Franklin has been ordered by her doctors to cancel three of her upcoming performances because of some health concerns.
The 74-year-old songstress confirmed to the Associated Press on Monday that, “Due to doctors’ orders, I will have to cancel a few concerts for the next month or so.”
These shows include an Aug. 26 show at the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts near Vienna, Virginia, and two performances at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall. She will also miss “Tony Bennett Celebrates 90” on Sept. 15 and a solo show on Sept. 23.
Aretha did not reveal which medical issues she might be experiencing, but the singer will be resting up until November, when she plans on returning to the stage.
We wish Franklin a speedy recovery.